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WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
object[index] = value
An object returned by the DotNetObject constructor (if the indexer is used on the class) or some other indexed field, property or method return type (for using the indexer on).
The value for the array member, which must be an object.
The value of the index to use, starting at 0.
Calling the indexer set method is similar to setting a member of a single‑dimension array based on its index.
If a value type is to be set, you must box it first. The system then attempts to convert the passed type to the destination type for the object’s indexer using the same rules as for DotNetObject.Call. If the conversion fails, an $ERR_INVCAST occurs.
If the indexer type is an object, value must be either ^NULL (to indicate a null object) or an object returned by the DotNetObject constructor, DotNetObject.Call, DotNetObject.GetField, DotNetObject.GetProperty, or the indexer get method. Otherwise, an $ERR_INVCAST error will occur.
Index must be greater than or equal to 1 and less than or equal to the number of elements; otherwise, an $ERR_SUBSCR error will occur.
See Properties and indexers for more information about indexers.
The example below is similar to setting the string in position 5 of an array to “hello”.
dnObject = "hello"