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These are integral types, is only works for classes. This should not compile. The is operator WILL work with a class structure.

class Base
class Derived1 : Base

Derived1 n;

if ( n is Base )
{
// this will work
}

Member 1033907 wrote:
what is the fastest (in runtime) way to check, if a variable (of type 'object', in general) can be cast to decimal?


I suspect you need your try/catch block. You also have the cost of boxing to contend with. You could try calling ToString on the object and then decimal.TryParse, that should work for things like int.

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