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Getting the Item Count of a Collection

The number of items in a Collection can be obtained by calling its .Count function:



Sample Usage:

Public Sub Example()
 Dim foo As New Collection

 With foo
 .Add "One"
 .Add "Two"
 .Add "Three"
 .Add "Four"
 End With

 Debug.Print foo.Count 'Prints 4
End Sub


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