Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
[CLSCompliantAttribute(false)] public static TypedReference MakeTypedReference ( Object target, FieldInfo flds )
/** @attribute CLSCompliantAttribute(false) */ public static TypedReference MakeTypedReference ( Object target, FieldInfo flds )
CLSCompliantAttribute(false) public static function MakeTypedReference ( target : Object, flds : FieldInfo ) : TypedReference
An object that contains the field described by the first element of flds.
A list of field descriptions where each element describes a field that contains the field described by the succeeding element. Each described field must be a value type. The field descriptions must be RuntimeFieldInfo objects supplied by the type system.
Return ValueA TypedReference for the field described by the last element of flds.
target or flds is a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic).
An element of flds is a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic).
The flds array has no elements.
An element of flds is not a RuntimeFieldInfo.
Parameter target does not contain the field described by the first element of flds, or an element of flds describes a field that is not contained in the field described by the succeeding element of flds.
The field described by an element of flds is not a value type.
The MakeTypedReference method returns a typed reference to some terminal field, where the target parameter contains the field described by the first element of flds, the field described by the first element of flds contains the field described by the second element of flds, and so on until the terminal field is reached.
For an explanation of run-time type system objects such as RuntimeFieldInfo, see Runtime Types in Reflection.
- ReflectionPermission for operation on type members that are not visible. Associated enumeration: ReflectionPermissionFlag.MemberAccess
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