FolderItems.Count property

Contains the number of items in the collection.

This property is read-only.

Syntax


iCount = FolderItems.Count


Property value

An Integer that contains a value for the Count property.

Examples

The following example uses Count to retrieve the count of items in the Windows folder. Proper usage is shown for JScript, VBScript, and Visual Basic.

JScript:


<script language="JScript">
    function fnFolderItemsCountJ()
    {
        var objShell = new ActiveXObject("shell.application");
        var objFolder;
        var ssfWINDOWS = 36;
        
        objFolder = objShell.NameSpace(ssfWINDOWS);
        if (objFolder != null)
        {
            var objFolderItems;
            
            objFolderItems = objFolder.Items();
            if (objFolderItems != null)
            {
                var nCount;
                
                nCount = objFolderItems.Count;
                alert(nCount);
            }
        }
    }
</script>


VBScript:


<script language="VBScript">
    function fnFolderItemsCountVB()
        dim objShell
        
        set objShell = CreateObject("shell.application")
        if (not objShell is nothing) then
            dim objFolder
            dim ssfWINDOWS
                
            ssfWINDOWS = 36
            set objFolder = objShell.NameSpace(ssfWINDOWS)
            if (not objFolder is nothing) then
                dim objFolderItems
                        
                set objFolderItems = objFolder.Items()
                if (not objFolderItems is nothing) then
                    dim nCount
                    
                    nCount = objFolderItems.Count
                    alert(nCount)
                end if
                set objFolderItems = nothing
            end if
            set objFolder = nothing
        end if
        set objShell = nothing
    end function
 </script>


Visual Basic:


Private Sub fnFolderItemsCountVB()
    Dim objShell   As Shell
    Dim objFolder  As Folder
    Dim ssfWINDOWS As Long
    
    ssfWINDOWS = 36
    Set objShell = New Shell
    Set objFolder = objShell.NameSpace(ssfWINDOWS)
        If (Not objFolder Is Nothing) Then
            Dim objFolderItems As FolderItems
            
            Set objFolderItems = objFolder.Items
                If (Not objFolderItems Is Nothing) Then
                    Dim nCount As Integer
                    
                    nCount = objFolderItems.Count
                    Debug.Print nCount
                End If
            Set objFolderItems = Nothing
        End If
    Set objFolder = Nothing
    Set objShell = Nothing
End Sub


Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

Shldisp.h

IDL

Shldisp.idl

DLL

Shell32.dll (version 4.71 or later)

 

 

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