Type.ContainsGenericParameters Type.ContainsGenericParameters Type.ContainsGenericParameters Type.ContainsGenericParameters Property

Definición

Obtiene un valor que indica si el objeto Type actual tiene parámetros de tipo que no han sido reemplazados por tipos específicos.Gets a value indicating whether the current Type object has type parameters that have not been replaced by specific types.

public:
 virtual property bool ContainsGenericParameters { bool get(); };
public virtual bool ContainsGenericParameters { get; }
member this.ContainsGenericParameters : bool
Public Overridable ReadOnly Property ContainsGenericParameters As Boolean

Valor de propiedad

true si el objeto Type es un parámetro de tipo genérico o tiene parámetros de tipo para los que no se han proporcionado tipos específicos; de lo contrario, es false.true if the Type object is itself a generic type parameter or has type parameters for which specific types have not been supplied; otherwise, false.

Ejemplos

En el ejemplo siguiente se define una clase genérica con dos parámetros de tipo y, a continuación, se define una segunda clase genérica que se deriva de la primera clase.The following example defines a generic class with two type parameters and then defines a second generic class that derives from the first class. La clase base de la clase derivada tiene dos argumentos de tipo: el Int32 primero es y el segundo es un parámetro de tipo del tipo derivado.The derived class's base class has two type arguments: the first is Int32 and the second is a type parameter of the derived type. En el ejemplo se muestra información sobre estas clases genéricas, incluidas las posiciones GenericParameterPosition indicadas por la propiedad.The example displays information about these generic classes, including the positions reported by the GenericParameterPosition property.

using namespace System;
using namespace System::Reflection;
using namespace System::Collections::Generic;

// Define a base class with two type parameters.
generic< class T,class U >
public ref class Base {};

// Define a derived class. The derived class inherits from a constructed
// class that meets the following criteria:
//   (1) Its generic type definition is Base<T, U>.
//   (2) It specifies int for the first type parameter.
//   (3) For the second type parameter, it uses the same type that is used
//       for the type parameter of the derived class.
// Thus, the derived class is a generic type with one type parameter, but
// its base class is an open constructed type with one type argument and
// one type parameter.
generic<class V>
public ref class Derived : Base<int,V> {};

public ref class Test
{
public:
    static void Main()
    {
        Console::WriteLine( 
            L"\r\n--- Display a generic type and the open constructed");
        Console::WriteLine(L"    type from which it is derived.");
      
        // Create a Type object representing the generic type definition
        // for the Derived type. Note the absence of type arguments.
        //
        Type^ derivedType = Derived::typeid;
        DisplayGenericTypeInfo(derivedType);
      
        // Display its open constructed base type.
        DisplayGenericTypeInfo(derivedType->BaseType);
    }


private:
    static void DisplayGenericTypeInfo(Type^ t)
    {
        Console::WriteLine(L"\r\n{0}", t);
        Console::WriteLine(L"\tIs this a generic type definition? {0}",
            t->IsGenericTypeDefinition);
        Console::WriteLine(L"\tIs it a generic type? {0}", t->IsGenericType);
        Console::WriteLine(L"\tDoes it have unassigned generic parameters? {0}",
            t->ContainsGenericParameters);
        if (t->IsGenericType)
        {
         
            // If this is a generic type, display the type arguments.
            //
            array<Type^>^typeArguments = t->GetGenericArguments();
            Console::WriteLine(L"\tList type arguments ({0}):",
                typeArguments->Length);
            System::Collections::IEnumerator^ myEnum = 
                typeArguments->GetEnumerator();
            while (myEnum->MoveNext())
            {
                Type^ tParam = safe_cast<Type^>(myEnum->Current);
            
                // IsGenericParameter is true only for generic type
                // parameters.
                //
                if (tParam->IsGenericParameter)
                {
                    Console::WriteLine( 
                        L"\t\t{0}  (unassigned - parameter position {1})", 
                        tParam, tParam->GenericParameterPosition);
                }
                else
                {
                    Console::WriteLine(L"\t\t{0}", tParam);
                }
            }
        }
    }
};

int main()
{
    Test::Main();
}

/* This example produces the following output:

--- Display a generic type and the open constructed
    type from which it is derived.

Derived`1[V]
        Is this a generic type definition? True
        Is it a generic type? True
        Does it have unassigned generic parameters? True
        List type arguments (1):
                V  (unassigned - parameter position 0)

Base`2[System.Int32,V]
        Is this a generic type definition? False
        Is it a generic type? True
        Does it have unassigned generic parameters? True
        List type arguments (2):
                System.Int32
                V  (unassigned - parameter position 0)
 */
using System;
using System.Reflection;
using System.Collections.Generic;

// Define a base class with two type parameters.
public class Base<T, U> { }

// Define a derived class. The derived class inherits from a constructed
// class that meets the following criteria:
//   (1) Its generic type definition is Base<T, U>.
//   (2) It specifies int for the first type parameter.
//   (3) For the second type parameter, it uses the same type that is used
//       for the type parameter of the derived class.
// Thus, the derived class is a generic type with one type parameter, but
// its base class is an open constructed type with one type argument and
// one type parameter.
public class Derived<V> : Base<int, V> { }

public class Test
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        Console.WriteLine(
            "\r\n--- Display a generic type and the open constructed");
        Console.WriteLine("    type from which it is derived.");

        // Create a Type object representing the generic type definition 
        // for the Derived type, by omitting the type argument. (For
        // types with multiple type parameters, supply the commas but
        // omit the type arguments.) 
        //
        Type derivedType = typeof(Derived<>);
        DisplayGenericTypeInfo(derivedType);

        // Display its open constructed base type.
        DisplayGenericTypeInfo(derivedType.BaseType);
    }

    private static void DisplayGenericTypeInfo(Type t)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("\r\n{0}", t);

        Console.WriteLine("\tIs this a generic type definition? {0}", 
            t.IsGenericTypeDefinition);

        Console.WriteLine("\tIs it a generic type? {0}", 
            t.IsGenericType);

        Console.WriteLine("\tDoes it have unassigned generic parameters? {0}", 
            t.ContainsGenericParameters);

        if (t.IsGenericType)
        {
            // If this is a generic type, display the type arguments.
            //
            Type[] typeArguments = t.GetGenericArguments();

            Console.WriteLine("\tList type arguments ({0}):", 
                typeArguments.Length);

            foreach (Type tParam in typeArguments)
            {
                // IsGenericParameter is true only for generic type
                // parameters.
                //
                if (tParam.IsGenericParameter)
                {
                    Console.WriteLine(
                        "\t\t{0}  (unassigned - parameter position {1})",
                        tParam,
                        tParam.GenericParameterPosition);
                }
                else
                {
                    Console.WriteLine("\t\t{0}", tParam);
                }
            }
        }
    }
}

/* This example produces the following output:

--- Display a generic type and the open constructed
    type from which it is derived.

Derived`1[V]
        Is this a generic type definition? True
        Is it a generic type? True
        Does it have unassigned generic parameters? True
        List type arguments (1):
                V  (unassigned - parameter position 0)

Base`2[System.Int32,V]
        Is this a generic type definition? False
        Is it a generic type? True
        Does it have unassigned generic parameters? True
        List type arguments (2):
                System.Int32
                V  (unassigned - parameter position 0)
 */
Imports System.Reflection
Imports System.Collections.Generic

' Define a base class with two type parameters.
Public Class Base(Of T, U)
End Class

' Define a derived class. The derived class inherits from a constructed
' class that meets the following criteria:
'   (1) Its generic type definition is Base<T, U>.
'   (2) It uses int for the first type parameter.
'   (3) For the second type parameter, it uses the same type that is used
'       for the type parameter of the derived class.
' Thus, the derived class is a generic type with one type parameter, but
' its base class is an open constructed type with one assigned type
' parameter and one unassigned type parameter.
Public Class Derived(Of V)
    Inherits Base(Of Integer, V)
End Class

Public Class Test
    
    Public Shared Sub Main() 
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf _
            & "--- Display a generic type and the open constructed")
        Console.WriteLine("    type from which it is derived.")
        
        ' Create a Type object representing the generic type definition 
        ' for the Derived type, by omitting the type argument. (For
        ' types with multiple type parameters, supply the commas but
        ' omit the type arguments.) 
        '
        Dim derivedType As Type = GetType(Derived(Of ))
        DisplayGenericTypeInfo(derivedType)
        
        ' Display its open constructed base type.
        DisplayGenericTypeInfo(derivedType.BaseType)
    
    End Sub 'Main
    
    Private Shared Sub DisplayGenericTypeInfo(ByVal t As Type) 
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & "{0}", t)
        
        Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "Is this a generic type definition? " _
            & t.IsGenericTypeDefinition)
        
        Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "Is it a generic type? " _
            & t.IsGenericType)
        
        Console.WriteLine(vbTab _
            & "Does it have unassigned generic parameters? " _
            & t.ContainsGenericParameters)
        
        If t.IsGenericType Then
            ' If this is a generic type, display the type arguments.
            '
            Dim typeArguments As Type() = t.GetGenericArguments()
            
            Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "List type arguments (" _
                & typeArguments.Length & "):")
            
            For Each tParam As Type In typeArguments
                ' IsGenericParameter is true only for generic type
                ' parameters.
                '
                If tParam.IsGenericParameter Then
                    Console.WriteLine(vbTab & vbTab & tParam.ToString() _
                        & "  (unassigned - parameter position " _
                        & tParam.GenericParameterPosition & ")")
                Else
                    Console.WriteLine(vbTab & vbTab & tParam.ToString())
                End If
            Next tParam
        End If
    
    End Sub 'DisplayGenericTypeInfo
End Class 'Test

' This example produces the following output:
'
'--- Display a generic type and the open constructed
'    type from which it is derived.
'
'Derived`1[V]
'        Is this a generic type definition? True
'        Is it a generic type? True
'        Does it have unassigned generic parameters? True
'        List type arguments (1):
'                V  (unassigned - parameter position 0)
'
'Base`2[System.Int32,V]
'        Is this a generic type definition? False
'        Is it a generic type? True
'        Does it have unassigned generic parameters? True
'        List type parameters (2):
'                System.Int32
'                V  (unassigned - parameter position 0)
' 

Comentarios

Para crear una instancia de un tipo, no debe haber definiciones de tipos genéricos ni tipos construidos abiertos en los argumentos de tipo del tipo en sí, en los tipos genéricos envolventes o en cualquier elemento del tipo.In order to create an instance of a type, there must be no generic type definitions or open constructed types in the type arguments of the type itself, in any enclosing generic types, or in any elements of the type. Otra manera de decir esto es que cuando se examina de forma recursiva, el tipo no debe contener ningún parámetro de tipo genérico.Another way of saying this is that when examined recursively, the type must contain no generic type parameters.

Dado que los tipos pueden ser arbitrariamente complejos, es difícil realizar esta determinación.Since types can be arbitrarily complex, making this determination is difficult. Para mayor comodidad y para reducir la posibilidad de que se ContainsGenericParameters genere un error, la propiedad proporciona una manera estándar de distinguir entre tipos construidos cerrados, de los que se pueden crear instancias y tipos construidos abiertos, que no pueden.For convenience and to reduce the chance of error, the ContainsGenericParameters property provides a standard way to distinguish between closed constructed types, which can be instantiated, and open constructed types, which cannot. Si la ContainsGenericParameters propiedad devuelve true, no se pueden crear instancias del tipo.If the ContainsGenericParameters property returns true, the type cannot be instantiated.

La ContainsGenericParameters propiedad busca de forma recursiva para los parámetros de tipo.The ContainsGenericParameters property searches recursively for type parameters. Por ejemplo, devuelve true para una matriz cuyos elementos son de tipo A<T> (A(Of T) en Visual Basic), aunque la matriz no sea genérica.For example, it returns true for an array whose elements are type A<T> (A(Of T) in Visual Basic), even though the array is not itself generic. Compare esto con el comportamiento de la IsGenericType propiedad, que devuelve false para las matrices.Contrast this with the behavior of the IsGenericType property, which returns false for arrays.

Para obtener un conjunto de clases de ejemplo y una tabla que muestre los ContainsGenericParameters valores de la IsGenericTypepropiedad, vea.For a set of example classes and a table showing the values of the ContainsGenericParameters property, see IsGenericType.

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