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What is the C++ syntax for "typeof(string)"? I'm patterning after the following line from SourceGrid sample #14.

SourceGrid.Cells.Editors.ComboBox cbEditor = new SourceGrid.Cells.Editors.ComboBox(typeof(string));

I'm trying to setup a SourceGrid text editor in C++. I don't know how to make the constructor in the following statement.

SourceGrid::Cells::Editors::TextBox^ textEditor = gcnew SourceGrid::Cells::Editors::TextBox(???);

Posted 15-Aug-09 6:50am
Updated 25-Aug-09 10:29am

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Into C++/CLI typeof(Something) goes to Something::typeid.
You should post this kind of questions into Managed/ C++ CLI forum.It's native coding forum.


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