typeof() in c# != TypeOf in VB.NET

by robert 31. October 2009 20:54

  C#: typeof(someType) gibt den System.Type zurück VB.NET: TypeOf someType IS Integer gibt ein Boolean zurück Das Equivalent zu typeof() in VB.NET ist: GetType(Foo) Es hat ein wenig gedauert bis ich verstanden habe das die Beispiele auf der Autofac VB.NET Dokumentationsseite nicht korrekt sind… Dim builder As Autofac.ContainerBuilder = New Autofac.ContainerBuilder() builder.Register(TypeOf(Car)).As(TypeOf(IVehicle)) Dim container As Autofac.Container = builder.Build() … kann natürlich nicht funktieren! Es muß sein: Dim builder As Autofac.ContainerBuilder = New Autofac.ContainerBuilder() builder.Register(GetType(Car)).As(GetType(IVehicle)) Dim container As Autofac.Container = builder.Build()

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