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ReadOnlyCollection<T> Properties

The ReadOnlyCollection<T> type exposes the following members.

  Name Description
Public property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Count Gets the number of elements contained in the ReadOnlyCollection<T> instance.
Public property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Item Gets the element at the specified index.
Protected property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library Items Returns the IList<T> that the ReadOnlyCollection<T> wraps.
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  Name Description
Explicit interface implemetation Private property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library ICollection<T>.IsReadOnly Gets a value indicating whether the ICollection<T> is read-only.
Explicit interface implemetation Private property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library ICollection.IsSynchronized Gets a value indicating whether access to the ICollection is synchronized (thread safe).
Explicit interface implemetation Private property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library ICollection.SyncRoot Gets an object that can be used to synchronize access to the ICollection.
Explicit interface implemetation Private property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library IList.IsFixedSize Gets a value indicating whether the IList has a fixed size.
Explicit interface implemetation Private property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library IList.IsReadOnly Gets a value indicating whether the IList is read-only.
Explicit interface implemetation Private property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library IList<T>.Item Gets the element at the specified index. An NotSupportedException occurs if you try to set the item at the specified index.
Explicit interface implemetation Private property Supported by the XNA Framework Supported by Portable Class Library IList.Item Gets the element at the specified index. A NotSupportedException occurs if you try to set the item at the specified index.
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