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The MSDN on 'is' operator says ...the provided object can be cast to the provided type without causing an exception to be thrown. Suppose I have the following code:
object x = FunctionThatReturnsAnInteger();
if(x is decimal)
    Console.WriteLine("Hello world");

The above condition is never true because x is of type integer, not decimal, but - int can be cast to decimal without an exception being thrown - so why does it not work?

More directly to my problem - what is the fastest (in runtime) way to check, if a variable (of type 'object', in general) can be cast to decimal? I can obviously try this in a try-catch block, but I wonder if there are ways that perform better.

Thanks for sugegstions, H.
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