Discovers the attributes of a property and provides access to property metadata.
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
Properties are logically the same as fields. A property is a named aspect of an object's state whose value is typically accessible through get and set accessors. Properties may be read-only, in which case a set routine is not supported.
Several methods in this class assume that the get accessor and set accessor methods of a property have certain formats. The signatures of the get and set methods must match the following convention:
The return type of the get method and the last argument of the set method must be identical. This is the type of the property.
The get and set methods must have the same number, type, and order of indices.
If this format is not followed, the behavior of the GetValue and SetValue methods is undefined.
Calling ICustomAttributeProvider.GetCustomAttributes on PropertyInfo when the inherit parameter of GetCustomAttributes is true does not walk the type hierarchy. Use System.Attribute to inherit custom attributes.Notes to Inheritors:
This example shows how to use various reflection classes to analyze the metadata contained in an assembly.
This example generates about 55,000 lines of data, which you can redirect to a text file at the command prompt, as follows: example.exe > propertyinfo.txt
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