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How can you find out if a class is inherited from a certain other class? Is
there another way than using .BaseType several times?
Nov 7 '06 #1
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How can you find out if a class is inherited from a certain other class?
there another way than using .BaseType several times?

Nov 7 '06 #2
type1.IsSubclas sOf(type2);

Nov 7 '06 #3
How can you find out if a class is inherited from a certain other
class? Is there another way than using .BaseType several times?
Use the System.Type.IsS ubclassOf method.

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Dustin Campbell
Developer Express Inc.
Nov 7 '06 #4
Joachim wrote:
How can you find out if a class is inherited from a certain other class? Is
there another way than using .BaseType several times?
Others have answered the question you asked.

But you are really looking for:

if(someobject is SomeClass)

Nov 8 '06 #5

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