MethodBase.GetCurrentMethod Method ()
Returns a MethodBase object representing the currently executing method.
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
This member was invoked with a late-binding mechanism.
If the currently executing method is defined on a generic type, the MethodInfo that is returned by is obtained from the generic type definition (that is, MethodInfo.ContainsGenericParameters returns true). Therefore, it does not reflect the type arguments that were used when the method was called. For example, if a method M() is defined on a generic type C<T> (C(Of T) in Visual Basic), and is called from C<string>.M(), then returns C<T>.M() (C(Of T).M() in Visual Basic).
If the currently executing method is a generic method, MethodInfo is obtained from the generic type definition.returns the generic method definition. If the generic method is defined on a generic type, the
The following example defines two types. The first is a non-generic class, TestClass, includes a constructor, a method named GetValue, and a read-write property named GetValue. The second is a generic class named TestClass<T> that includes a constructor, a GetValue method, and a generic method, ConvertValue<Y>. Each constructor, method, and property accessor includes a call to the method.
Available since 1.1
Available since 2.0
Windows Phone Silverlight
Available since 7.0