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In Asp.Net, What is the difference between Session.Item("quantity") and Session("quantity")?
In a book that I have; sometimes the code is Session.item('quantity") & sometime it is Session("quantity").

can I use them interchangably?
Please advise.

Thanks.
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Yes, it is a shorthand.  Using Session("quantity") is using the default indexer, which is the Item property.
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Thanks SteveH.
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You're welcome :)
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