Indicates the number of objects in a collection.
Returns a Long value.
Use the Count property to determine how many objects are in a given collection.
Because numbering for members of a collection begins with zero, you should always code loops starting with the zero member and ending with the value of the Count property minus one. If you are using Microsoft® Visual Basic® and want to loop through the members of a collection without checking the Count property, use the For Each...Next command.
If the Count property is zero, there are no objects in the collection.
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