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Returns an iterator that points to the first element in the Vector.
virtual Windows::Foundation::Collections::IIterator <T>^
An iterator that points to the first element in the Vector.
A convenient way to hold the iterator returned by First() is to assign the return value to a variable that is declared with the auto type deduction keyword. For example, auto x = myVector->First();. This iterator knows the length of the collection.
When you need a pair of iterators to pass to an STL function, use the free functions Windows::Foundation::Collections::begin and Windows::Foundation::Collections::end