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how to convert object into system,collection.generic list
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What to you mean by the word "convert"? If some object is not a list, that is, if its actual run-time type is not a list, you cannot magically make it a list. If your try to cast it directly, it will throw the exception is the run-time type of object is not assignment compatible, and the dynamic case using as operator will return null. Besides, you should avoid the situation where type case is required in first place.

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