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Hi Friends,
I have a class say,
C#
class a
{
public int  b;
public int  c;
...
...
public int d;
}

I want to iterate through the members and store values in b , c ... d
Is it possible. Can you suggest a good way of doing this.
Best Regards
Posted
Updated 24-Feb-12 12:54pm
v2

Try reflection...

typeof(a).GetProperties()


The rest is just MSDN...
   
Comments
J imran 24-Feb-12 17:52pm
   
the getproperties work for static members. I am trying to address the members of instance of a
voloda2 24-Feb-12 17:53pm
   
it works for both. if you want dynamic behavior just use:
a myVar;
myVar.GetType().GetProperties()
J imran 24-Feb-12 17:57pm
   
thank you friend. So nice...
it means I can crack to any liberary to get private members even.
Seems Confusing. Is it possible that I get to the private members also and get their values changed. If so It will work great
It looks like you want to access Fields of a type and set value to it. Please have a look into,

FieldInfo[^]
FieldInfo.SetValue[^]

Hope it helps :)
   

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