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Método Object.GetType ()

 

Obtiene el Type de la instancia actual.

Espacio de nombres:   System
Ensamblado:  mscorlib (en mscorlib.dll)

public Type GetType()

Valor devuelto

Type: System.Type

El tipo en tiempo de ejecución exacto de la instancia actual.

Because T:System.Object is the base class for all types in the .NET Framework type system, the M:System.Object.GetType method can be used to return T:System.Type objects that represent all .NET Framework types. The .NET Framework recognizes the following five categories of types:

  • Classes, which are derived from T:System.Object,

  • Value types, which are derived from T:System.ValueType.

  • Interfaces, which are derived from T:System.Object starting with the .NET Framework 2.0.

  • Enumerations, which are derived from T:System.Enum.

  • Delegates, which are derived from T:System.MulticastDelegate.

For two objects x and y that have identical runtime types, Object.ReferenceEquals(x.GetType(),y.GetType()) returns true. The following example uses the M:System.Object.GetType method with the M:System.Object.ReferenceEquals(System.Object,System.Object) method to determine whether one numeric value is the same type as two other numeric values.

using System;

public class Example
{
   public static void Main()
   {
      int n1 = 12;
      int n2 = 82;
      long n3 = 12;

      Console.WriteLine("n1 and n2 are the same type: {0}",
                        Object.ReferenceEquals(n1.GetType(), n2.GetType()));
      Console.WriteLine("n1 and n3 are the same type: {0}",
                        Object.ReferenceEquals(n1.GetType(), n3.GetType()));
   }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//       n1 and n2 are the same type: True
//       n1 and n3 are the same type: False      
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To determine whether an object is a specific type, you can use your language's type comparison keyword or construct. For example, you can use the TypeOf…Is construct in Visual Basic or the is keyword in C#.

The M:System.Object.GetType method is inherited by all types that derive from T:System.Object. This means that, in addition to using your own language's comparison keyword, you can use the M:System.Object.GetType method to determine the type of a particular object, as the following example shows.

using System;

public class Example
{
   public static void Main()
   {
      object[] values = { (int) 12, (long) 10653, (byte) 12, (sbyte) -5,
                         16.3, "string" }; 
      foreach (var value in values) {
         Type t = value.GetType();
         if (t.Equals(typeof(byte)))
            Console.WriteLine("{0} is an unsigned byte.", value);
         else if (t.Equals(typeof(sbyte)))
            Console.WriteLine("{0} is a signed byte.", value);
         else if (t.Equals(typeof(int)))   
            Console.WriteLine("{0} is a 32-bit integer.", value);
         else if (t.Equals(typeof(long)))   
            Console.WriteLine("{0} is a 32-bit integer.", value);
         else if (t.Equals(typeof(double)))
            Console.WriteLine("{0} is a double-precision floating point.", 
                              value);
         else
            Console.WriteLine("'{0}' is another data type.", value);
      }
   }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    12 is a 32-bit integer.
//    10653 is a 32-bit integer.
//    12 is an unsigned byte.
//    -5 is a signed byte.
//    16.3 is a double-precision floating point.
//    'string' is another data type.

The T:System.Type object exposes the metadata associated with the class of the current T:System.Object.

The following code example demonstrates that M:System.Object.GetType returns the runtime type of the current instance.

using System;

public class MyBaseClass {
}

public class MyDerivedClass: MyBaseClass {
}

public class Test 
{
   public static void Main() 
   {
      MyBaseClass myBase = new MyBaseClass();
      MyDerivedClass myDerived = new MyDerivedClass();
      object o = myDerived;
      MyBaseClass b = myDerived;

      Console.WriteLine("mybase: Type is {0}", myBase.GetType());
      Console.WriteLine("myDerived: Type is {0}", myDerived.GetType());
      Console.WriteLine("object o = myDerived: Type is {0}", o.GetType());
      Console.WriteLine("MyBaseClass b = myDerived: Type is {0}", b.GetType());
   }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    mybase: Type is MyBaseClass
//    myDerived: Type is MyDerivedClass
//    object o = myDerived: Type is MyDerivedClass
//    MyBaseClass b = myDerived: Type is MyDerivedClass 

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