C# in Simple Terms - Indexers

C# in Simple Terms - Indexers

We have now come to the part in the C# in Simple Terms series where we can explore some cool but little-used C# features.

We have now come to the part in the C## in Simple Terms series where we can explore some cool but little-used C## features. Among these is the ability to access values in a class instance in the same way we access array values; we do this using a C## feature called indexers.

So, let's build some indexers!

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