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GetEnumerator  
Method  
Gets an enumerator to allow reading the elements of the current SortedList
SortedList Class
System.Collections NameSpace
CF1.  Function GetEnumerator : IDictionaryEnumerator;
CF : Methods with this mark are Compact Framework Compatible
Description
Returns an IDictionaryEnumerator object that allows the contents of the current SortedList to be read.
 
A call to MoveNext must be performed before a value can be read from the enumerator - the starting position is before the first element.
References
IDictionaryEnumerator
Microsoft MSDN Links
System.Collections
System.Collections.SortedList
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Geting all elements from an SortedList
program Project1;
{$APPTYPE CONSOLE}

uses
  System.Collections;

var
  MyList     : System.Collections.SortedList;
  DictEntry  : DictionaryEntry;
  Enumerator : IEnumerator;

begin
  // Create our sorted List
  MyList := SortedList.Create;

  // Add entries to it
  MyList['FirstName']  := 'Neil';
  MyList['LastName']   := 'Moffatt';
  MyList['Profession'] := 'Computer Programmer';
  MyList['Age']        := TObject(47);
  MyList['Birthday']   := DateTime.Create(1957, 2, 18);

  // Get an enumerator for the SortedList
  Enumerator := MyList.GetEnumerator;

  // Display the array contents using the enumerator
  while Enumerator.MoveNext do
  begin
    DictEntry := DictionaryEntry(Enumerator.Current);
    Console.WriteLine('{0} = {1}',
                      DictEntry.Key.ToString,
                      DictEntry.Value.ToString);
  end;

  Console.Readline;
end.
   Age = 47
   Birthday = 18/02/1957 00:00:00
   FirstName = Neil
   LastName = Moffatt
   Profession = Computer Programmer
 
 
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