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Same as my subject, What is the difference between image.Attributes["fieldName"] and image["fieldName"] in plugin?
For now, Using both them to get or set value are both working in my code. I'm wondering are there any differences in them or does anyone cause lower efficiency or a potential issue?
I would suggest, as a best practices, to always use image.Attributes["fieldName"], in this way the referenced key get explicit to the compiler, although it seems that compiler sort out both syntax.
There is no difference and you can use any syntax you like.
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