Show integer indexes of entries : SortedList « Data Structure « C# / CSharp Tutorial

using System; 
using System.Collections; 
class MainClass { 
  public static void Main() { 
    SortedList sl = new SortedList(); 
    sl.Add("a", "1"); 
    sl.Add("b", "2"); 
    sl.Add("c", "3"); 
    sl.Add("d", "4"); 
    // Show integer indexes of entries. 
    Console.WriteLine("Integer indexes of entries."); 
    foreach(string str in sl.Keys) 
      Console.WriteLine(str + ": " + sl.IndexOfKey(str)); 
Integer indexes of entries.
a: 0
b: 1
c: 2
d: 3

11.33.1.Create a SortedList using the default comparer
11.33.2.Create a SortedList using the specified case-insensitive comparer
11.33.3.Create a SortedList using the specified CaseInsensitiveComparer, which is based on the Turkish culture (tr-TR)
11.33.4.Create a SortedList using the StringComparer.InvariantCultureIgnoreCase value
11.33.5.Add value to SortedList and get contents by integer indexes
11.33.6.Add element to SortedList by using the indexer.
11.33.7.Show integer indexes of entries
11.33.8.Get value by key indexer
11.33.9.Use the ContainsValue() method to check if mySortedList contains a value
11.33.10.Use the Remove() method to remove a key from SortedList
11.33.11.Get the key at index 3 using the GetKey() method
11.33.12.Get the index of the element with a key using the IndexOfKey() method
11.33.13.Get the index of the element with a value using the IndexOfValue() method
11.33.14.Get the key list using the GetKeyList() method
11.33.15.Get the value list using the GetValueList() method