Represents a reference to the value of a property.
Assembly: System (in System.dll)
can be used to represent a reference to the value of a property.
This object does not have a property to indicate whether the reference is used in a get or set. If the property reference occurs on the left, assigned to, side of an assignment statement, then it is a set.
The following example code demonstrates use of a to refer to a property.
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