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Windows.Foundation.Collections interfaces

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InterfaceDescription

IIterable<T> interface

Exposes an iterator that supports simple iteration over a collection of a specified type.

IIterator<T> interface

Supports simple iteration over a collection.

IKeyValuePair<K, V> interface

Represents a key-value pair. This is typically used as a constraint type when you need to encapsulate two type parameters into one to satisfy the constraints of another generic interface.

IMap<K, V> interface

Represents an associative collection, also known as a map or a dictionary.

IMapChangedEventArgs<K> interface

Provides data for the changed event of a map collection.

IMapView<K, V> interface

Represents an immutable view into a map.

IObservableMap<K, V> interface

Notifies listeners of dynamic changes to a map, such as when items are added or removed.

IObservableVector<T> interface

Notifies listeners of changes to the vector.

IPropertySet interface

Represents a collection of key-value pairs, correlating several other collection interfaces.

IVector<T> interface

Represents a random-access collection of elements.

IVectorChangedEventArgs interface

Provides data for the changed event of a vector.

IVectorView<T> interface

Represents an immutable view into a vector.

 

 

 

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