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Get declaring type

Sample:

ClassA: ClassB
ClassB: ClassC
ClassA x = new Class C

I want to know the declaring type of C.
x.GetType() returns C
x.GetType().Bas eType returns B
x.GetType().Bas eType.BaseType returns A, but I don't know the depth in my
program. So I don't know how many times I have to user
BaseType.BaseTy pe.Ba.... etc.
x.GetType().Dec laringType does not exist. Don't know why.

How can I retrieve the declaring type of C?? So I need to now that the
declaring type of C is A.
Nov 15 '05 #1
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Maarten Terlingen <de*********@sc ansys.nl> wrote:
Sample:

ClassA: ClassB
ClassB: ClassC
ClassA x = new Class C

I want to know the declaring type of C.
x.GetType() returns C
x.GetType().Bas eType returns B
x.GetType().Bas eType.BaseType returns A, but I don't know the depth in my
program. So I don't know how many times I have to user
BaseType.BaseTy pe.Ba.... etc.
x.GetType().Dec laringType does not exist. Don't know why.

How can I retrieve the declaring type of C?? So I need to now that the
declaring type of C is A.


What exactly do you mean by "the declaring type of C"? Do you
*actually* mean the declared type of the variable x? If not, could you
clarify exactly what you do mean?

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