Cómo: Examinar y crear instancias de tipos genéricos mediante la reflexiónHow to: Examine and Instantiate Generic Types with Reflection

La información sobre los tipos genéricos se obtiene de la misma manera que la información sobre otros tipos: mediante el examen de un objeto Type que representa el tipo genérico.Information about generic types is obtained in the same way as information about other types: by examining a Type object that represents the generic type. La diferencia principal es que un tipo genérico tiene una lista de objetos Type que representan sus parámetros de tipo genérico.The principle difference is that a generic type has a list of Type objects representing its generic type parameters. En el primer procedimiento de esta sección se examinan tipos genéricos.The first procedure in this section examines generic types.

Puede crear un objeto Type que representa un tipo construido. Para ello, se enlazan los argumentos de tipo a los parámetros de tipo de una definición de tipo genérico.You can create a Type object that represents a constructed type by binding type arguments to the type parameters of a generic type definition. En el segundo procedimiento se muestra cómo hacerlo.The second procedure demonstrates this.

Para examinar un tipo genérico y sus parámetros de tipoTo examine a generic type and its type parameters

  1. Obtenga una instancia de Type que representa el tipo genérico.Get an instance of Type that represents the generic type. En el código siguiente, el tipo se obtiene con el operador de C# typeof (GetType en Visual Basic y typeid en Visual C++).In the following code, the type is obtained using the C# typeof operator (GetType in Visual Basic, typeid in Visual C++). Vea el tema de la clase Type para conocer otras formas de obtener un objeto Type.See the Type class topic for other ways to get a Type object. Tenga en cuenta que en el resto de este procedimiento, el tipo está incluido en un parámetro de método denominado t.Note that in the rest of this procedure, the type is contained in a method parameter named t.

    Type^ d1 = Dictionary::typeid;
    
    Type d1 = typeof(Dictionary<,>);
    
    Dim d1 As Type = GetType(Dictionary(Of ,))
    
  2. Use la propiedad IsGenericType para determinar si el tipo es genérico y la propiedad IsGenericTypeDefinition para determinar si el tipo es una definición de tipo genérico.Use the IsGenericType property to determine whether the type is generic, and use the IsGenericTypeDefinition property to determine whether the type is a generic type definition.

    Console::WriteLine("   Is this a generic type? {0}",
        t->IsGenericType);
    Console::WriteLine("   Is this a generic type definition? {0}",
        t->IsGenericTypeDefinition);
    
    Console.WriteLine("   Is this a generic type? {0}",
        t.IsGenericType);
    Console.WriteLine("   Is this a generic type definition? {0}",
        t.IsGenericTypeDefinition);
    
    Console.WriteLine("   Is this a generic type? " _ 
        & t.IsGenericType)
    Console.WriteLine("   Is this a generic type definition? " _ 
        & t.IsGenericTypeDefinition)
    
  3. Obtenga una matriz que contiene los argumentos de tipo genérico con el método GetGenericArguments.Get an array that contains the generic type arguments, using the GetGenericArguments method.

    array<Type^>^ typeParameters = t->GetGenericArguments();
    
    Type[] typeParameters = t.GetGenericArguments();
    
    Dim typeParameters() As Type = t.GetGenericArguments()
    
  4. Para cada argumento de tipo, determine si es un parámetro de tipo (por ejemplo, en una definición de tipo genérico) o un tipo que se ha especificado para un parámetro de tipo (por ejemplo, en un tipo construido) mediante la propiedad IsGenericParameter.For each type argument, determine whether it is a type parameter (for example, in a generic type definition) or a type that has been specified for a type parameter (for example, in a constructed type), using the IsGenericParameter property.

    Console::WriteLine("   List {0} type arguments:",
        typeParameters->Length);
    for each( Type^ tParam in typeParameters )
    {
        if (tParam->IsGenericParameter)
        {
            DisplayGenericParameter(tParam);
        }
        else
        {
            Console::WriteLine("      Type argument: {0}",
                tParam);
        }
    }
    
    Console.WriteLine("   List {0} type arguments:", 
        typeParameters.Length);
    foreach( Type tParam in typeParameters )
    {
        if (tParam.IsGenericParameter)
        {
            DisplayGenericParameter(tParam);
        }
        else
        {
            Console.WriteLine("      Type argument: {0}",
                tParam);
        }
    }
    
    Console.WriteLine("   List {0} type arguments:", _
        typeParameters.Length)
    For Each tParam As Type In typeParameters
        If tParam.IsGenericParameter Then
            DisplayGenericParameter(tParam)
        Else
            Console.WriteLine("      Type argument: {0}", _
                tParam)
        End If
    Next
    
  5. En el sistema de tipos, un parámetro de tipo genérico se representa mediante una instancia de Type, igual que los tipos normales.In the type system, a generic type parameter is represented by an instance of Type, just as ordinary types are. El siguiente código muestra el nombre y la posición del parámetro de un objeto Type que representa un parámetro de tipo genérico.The following code displays the name and parameter position of a Type object that represents a generic type parameter. La posición del parámetro es información trivial en este caso; resulta más interesante al examinar un parámetro de tipo que se ha usado como un argumento de tipo de otro tipo genérico.The parameter position is trivial information here; it is of more interest when you are examining a type parameter that has been used as a type argument of another generic type.

    static void DisplayGenericParameter(Type^ tp)
    {
        Console::WriteLine("      Type parameter: {0} position {1}",
            tp->Name, tp->GenericParameterPosition);
    
    private static void DisplayGenericParameter(Type tp)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("      Type parameter: {0} position {1}", 
            tp.Name, tp.GenericParameterPosition);
    
    Private Shared Sub DisplayGenericParameter(ByVal tp As Type)
        Console.WriteLine("      Type parameter: {0} position {1}", _
            tp.Name, tp.GenericParameterPosition)
    
  6. Use el método GetGenericParameterConstraints para obtener todas las restricciones de una sola matriz y determinar la restricción de tipo base y las restricciones de interfaz de un parámetro de tipo genérico.Determine the base type constraint and the interface constraints of a generic type parameter by using the GetGenericParameterConstraints method to obtain all the constraints in a single array. No se garantiza que las restricciones estén en un orden determinado.Constraints are not guaranteed to be in any particular order.

    Type^ classConstraint = nullptr;
    
    for each(Type^ iConstraint in tp->GetGenericParameterConstraints())
    {
        if (iConstraint->IsInterface)
        {
            Console::WriteLine("         Interface constraint: {0}",
                iConstraint);
        }
    }
    
    if (classConstraint != nullptr)
    {
        Console::WriteLine("         Base type constraint: {0}",
            tp->BaseType);
    }
    else
        Console::WriteLine("         Base type constraint: None");
    
    Type classConstraint = null;
    
    foreach(Type iConstraint in tp.GetGenericParameterConstraints())
    {
        if (iConstraint.IsInterface)
        {
            Console.WriteLine("         Interface constraint: {0}",
                iConstraint);
        }
    }
    
    if (classConstraint != null)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("         Base type constraint: {0}", 
            tp.BaseType);
    }
    else
        Console.WriteLine("         Base type constraint: None"); 
    
    Dim classConstraint As Type = Nothing
    
    For Each iConstraint As Type In tp.GetGenericParameterConstraints()
        If iConstraint.IsInterface Then
            Console.WriteLine("         Interface constraint: {0}", _
                iConstraint)
        End If
    Next
    
    If classConstraint IsNot Nothing Then
        Console.WriteLine("         Base type constraint: {0}", _
            tp.BaseType)
    Else
        Console.WriteLine("         Base type constraint: None")
    End If
    
  7. Use la propiedad GenericParameterAttributes para detectar las restricciones especiales de un parámetro de tipo, como la exigencia de que sea un tipo de referencia.Use the GenericParameterAttributes property to discover the special constraints on a type parameter, such as requiring that it be a reference type. La propiedad también incluye valores que representan la varianza, que se puede enmascarar como se muestra en el código siguiente.The property also includes values that represent variance, which you can mask off as shown in the following code.

    GenericParameterAttributes sConstraints =
        tp->GenericParameterAttributes &
        GenericParameterAttributes::SpecialConstraintMask;
    
    GenericParameterAttributes sConstraints = 
        tp.GenericParameterAttributes & 
        GenericParameterAttributes.SpecialConstraintMask;
    
    Dim sConstraints As GenericParameterAttributes = _
        tp.GenericParameterAttributes And _
        GenericParameterAttributes.SpecialConstraintMask
    
  8. Los atributos de las restricciones especiales son marcas; la misma marca (GenericParameterAttributes.None) que no representa ninguna restricción especial no representa tampoco ninguna covarianza ni contravarianza.The special constraint attributes are flags, and the same flag (GenericParameterAttributes.None) that represents no special constraints also represents no covariance or contravariance. Por lo tanto, para probar cualquiera de estas condiciones, debe usar la máscara apropiada.Thus, to test for either of these conditions you must use the appropriate mask. En este caso, use GenericParameterAttributes.SpecialConstraintMask para aislar las marcas de restricciones especiales.In this case, use GenericParameterAttributes.SpecialConstraintMask to isolate the special constraint flags.

    if (sConstraints == GenericParameterAttributes::None)
    {
        Console::WriteLine("         No special constraints.");
    }
    else
    {
        if (GenericParameterAttributes::None != (sConstraints &
            GenericParameterAttributes::DefaultConstructorConstraint))
        {
            Console::WriteLine("         Must have a parameterless constructor.");
        }
        if (GenericParameterAttributes::None != (sConstraints &
            GenericParameterAttributes::ReferenceTypeConstraint))
        {
            Console::WriteLine("         Must be a reference type.");
        }
        if (GenericParameterAttributes::None != (sConstraints &
            GenericParameterAttributes::NotNullableValueTypeConstraint))
        {
            Console::WriteLine("         Must be a non-nullable value type.");
        }
    }
    
    if (sConstraints == GenericParameterAttributes.None)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("         No special constraints.");
    }
    else
    {
        if (GenericParameterAttributes.None != (sConstraints &
            GenericParameterAttributes.DefaultConstructorConstraint))
        {
            Console.WriteLine("         Must have a parameterless constructor.");
        }
        if (GenericParameterAttributes.None != (sConstraints &
            GenericParameterAttributes.ReferenceTypeConstraint))
        {
            Console.WriteLine("         Must be a reference type.");
        }
        if (GenericParameterAttributes.None != (sConstraints &
            GenericParameterAttributes.NotNullableValueTypeConstraint))
        {
            Console.WriteLine("         Must be a non-nullable value type.");
        }
    }
    
    If sConstraints = GenericParameterAttributes.None Then
        Console.WriteLine("         No special constraints.")
    Else
        If GenericParameterAttributes.None <> (sConstraints And _
            GenericParameterAttributes.DefaultConstructorConstraint) Then
            Console.WriteLine("         Must have a parameterless constructor.")
        End If
        If GenericParameterAttributes.None <> (sConstraints And _
            GenericParameterAttributes.ReferenceTypeConstraint) Then
            Console.WriteLine("         Must be a reference type.")
        End If
        If GenericParameterAttributes.None <> (sConstraints And _
            GenericParameterAttributes.NotNullableValueTypeConstraint) Then
            Console.WriteLine("         Must be a non-nullable value type.")
        End If
    End If
    

Creación de una instancia de un tipo genéricoConstructing an Instance of a Generic Type

Un tipo genérico es como una plantilla.A generic type is like a template. No se pueden crear instancias de él, a menos que se especifiquen tipos reales para sus parámetros de tipo genérico.You cannot create instances of it unless you specify real types for its generic type parameters. Para hacerlo en tiempo de ejecución con la reflexión, se necesita el método MakeGenericType.To do this at run time, using reflection, requires the MakeGenericType method.

Para crear una instancia de un tipo genéricoTo construct an instance of a generic type

  1. Obtenga un objeto Type que representa el tipo genérico.Get a Type object that represents the generic type. El código siguiente obtiene el tipo genérico Dictionary<TKey,TValue> de dos maneras: mediante la sobrecarga del método Type.GetType(String) con una cadena que describe el tipo y mediante la llamada al método GetGenericTypeDefinition en el tipo construido Dictionary\<String, Example> (Dictionary(Of String, Example) en Visual Basic).The following code gets the generic type Dictionary<TKey,TValue> in two different ways: by using the Type.GetType(String) method overload with a string describing the type, and by calling the GetGenericTypeDefinition method on the constructed type Dictionary\<String, Example> (Dictionary(Of String, Example) in Visual Basic). El método MakeGenericType exige una definición de tipo genérico.The MakeGenericType method requires a generic type definition.

    // Use the typeid keyword to create the generic type
    // definition directly.
    Type^ d1 = Dictionary::typeid;
    
    // You can also obtain the generic type definition from a
    // constructed class. In this case, the constructed class
    // is a dictionary of Example objects, with String keys.
    Dictionary<String^, Example^>^ d2 = gcnew Dictionary<String^, Example^>();
    // Get a Type object that represents the constructed type,
    // and from that get the generic type definition. The
    // variables d1 and d4 contain the same type.
    Type^ d3 = d2->GetType();
    Type^ d4 = d3->GetGenericTypeDefinition();
    
    // Use the typeof operator to create the generic type 
    // definition directly. To specify the generic type definition,
    // omit the type arguments but retain the comma that separates
    // them.
    Type d1 = typeof(Dictionary<,>);
    
    // You can also obtain the generic type definition from a
    // constructed class. In this case, the constructed class
    // is a dictionary of Example objects, with String keys.
    Dictionary<string, Example> d2 = new Dictionary<string, Example>();
    // Get a Type object that represents the constructed type,
    // and from that get the generic type definition. The 
    // variables d1 and d4 contain the same type.
    Type d3 = d2.GetType();
    Type d4 = d3.GetGenericTypeDefinition();
    
    ' Use the GetType operator to create the generic type 
    ' definition directly. To specify the generic type definition,
    ' omit the type arguments but retain the comma that separates
    ' them.
    Dim d1 As Type = GetType(Dictionary(Of ,))
    
    ' You can also obtain the generic type definition from a
    ' constructed class. In this case, the constructed class
    ' is a dictionary of Example objects, with String keys.
    Dim d2 As New Dictionary(Of String, Example)
    ' Get a Type object that represents the constructed type,
    ' and from that get the generic type definition. The 
    ' variables d1 and d4 contain the same type.
    Dim d3 As Type = d2.GetType()
    Dim d4 As Type = d3.GetGenericTypeDefinition()
    
  2. Cree una matriz de argumentos de tipo para sustituir a los parámetros de tipo.Construct an array of type arguments to substitute for the type parameters. La matriz debe contener el número correcto de objetos Type, en el mismo orden en que aparecen en la lista de parámetros de tipo.The array must contain the correct number of Type objects, in the same order as they appear in the type parameter list. En este caso, la clave (el primer parámetro de tipo) es de tipo String y los valores del diccionario son instancias de una clase denominada Example.In this case, the key (first type parameter) is of type String, and the values in the dictionary are instances of a class named Example.

    array<Type^>^ typeArgs = {String::typeid, Example::typeid};
    
    Type[] typeArgs = {typeof(string), typeof(Example)};
    
    Dim typeArgs() As Type = _
        { GetType(String), GetType(Example) }
    
  3. Llame al método MakeGenericType para enlazar los argumentos de tipo a los parámetros de tipo y crear el tipo.Call the MakeGenericType method to bind the type arguments to the type parameters and construct the type.

    Type^ constructed = d1->MakeGenericType(typeArgs);
    
    Type constructed = d1.MakeGenericType(typeArgs);
    
    Dim constructed As Type = _
        d1.MakeGenericType(typeArgs)
    
  4. Use la sobrecarga del método CreateInstance(Type) para crear un objeto del tipo construido.Use the CreateInstance(Type) method overload to create an object of the constructed type. El código siguiente almacena dos instancias de la clase Example en el objeto Dictionary<String, Example> resultante.The following code stores two instances of the Example class in the resulting Dictionary<String, Example> object.

    Object^ o = Activator::CreateInstance(constructed);
    
    object o = Activator.CreateInstance(constructed);
    
    Dim o As Object = Activator.CreateInstance(constructed)
    

EjemploExample

En el ejemplo de código siguiente se define un método DisplayGenericType para examinar las definiciones de tipo genérico y los tipos construidos usados en el código y mostrar su información.The following code example defines a DisplayGenericType method to examine the generic type definitions and constructed types used in the code and display their information. El método DisplayGenericType muestra cómo usar las propiedades IsGenericType, IsGenericParameter y GenericParameterPosition, y el método GetGenericArguments.The DisplayGenericType method shows how to use the IsGenericType, IsGenericParameter, and GenericParameterPosition properties and the GetGenericArguments method.

En el ejemplo también se define un método DisplayGenericParameter para examinar un parámetro de tipo genérico y mostrar sus restricciones.The example also defines a DisplayGenericParameter method to examine a generic type parameter and display its constraints.

En el ejemplo de código se define un conjunto de tipos de prueba, incluido un tipo genérico que ilustra las restricciones de parámetro de tipo, y se muestra cómo visualizar información sobre estos tipos.The code example defines a set of test types, including a generic type that illustrates type parameter constraints, and shows how to display information about these types.

El ejemplo crea un tipo a partir de la clase Dictionary<TKey,TValue> al crear una matriz de argumentos de tipo y llamar al método MakeGenericType.The example constructs a type from the Dictionary<TKey,TValue> class by creating an array of type arguments and calling the MakeGenericType method. El programa compara el objeto Type construido mediante MakeGenericType con un objeto Type obtenido mediante typeof (GetType en Visual Basic) y muestra que son iguales.The program compares the Type object constructed using MakeGenericType with a Type object obtained using typeof (GetType in Visual Basic), demonstrating that they are the same. Del mismo modo, el programa usa el método GetGenericTypeDefinition para obtener la definición de tipo genérico del tipo construido y lo compara con el objeto Type que representa a la clase Dictionary<TKey,TValue>.Similarly, the program uses the GetGenericTypeDefinition method to obtain the generic type definition of the constructed type, and compares it to the Type object representing the Dictionary<TKey,TValue> class.

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

// Define an example interface.
public interface class ITestArgument {};

// Define an example base class.
public ref class TestBase {};

// Define a generic class with one parameter. The parameter
// has three constraints: It must inherit TestBase, it must
// implement ITestArgument, and it must have a parameterless
// constructor.

generic<class T>
    where T : TestBase, ITestArgument, gcnew()
public ref class Test {};

// Define a class that meets the constraints on the type
// parameter of class Test.
public ref class TestArgument : TestBase, ITestArgument
{
public:
    TestArgument() {}
};

public ref class Example
{
    // The following method displays information about a generic
    // type.
private:
    static void DisplayGenericType(Type^ t)
    {
        Console::WriteLine("\r\n {0}", t);
        Console::WriteLine("   Is this a generic type? {0}",
            t->IsGenericType);
        Console::WriteLine("   Is this a generic type definition? {0}",
            t->IsGenericTypeDefinition);

        // Get the generic type parameters or type arguments.
        array<Type^>^ typeParameters = t->GetGenericArguments();

        Console::WriteLine("   List {0} type arguments:",
            typeParameters->Length);
        for each( Type^ tParam in typeParameters )
        {
            if (tParam->IsGenericParameter)
            {
                DisplayGenericParameter(tParam);
            }
            else
            {
                Console::WriteLine("      Type argument: {0}",
                    tParam);
            }
        }
    }

    // The following method displays information about a generic
    // type parameter. Generic type parameters are represented by
    // instances of System.Type, just like ordinary types.
    static void DisplayGenericParameter(Type^ tp)
    {
        Console::WriteLine("      Type parameter: {0} position {1}",
            tp->Name, tp->GenericParameterPosition);

        Type^ classConstraint = nullptr;

        for each(Type^ iConstraint in tp->GetGenericParameterConstraints())
        {
            if (iConstraint->IsInterface)
            {
                Console::WriteLine("         Interface constraint: {0}",
                    iConstraint);
            }
        }

        if (classConstraint != nullptr)
        {
            Console::WriteLine("         Base type constraint: {0}",
                tp->BaseType);
        }
        else
            Console::WriteLine("         Base type constraint: None");

        GenericParameterAttributes sConstraints =
            tp->GenericParameterAttributes &
            GenericParameterAttributes::SpecialConstraintMask;

        if (sConstraints == GenericParameterAttributes::None)
        {
            Console::WriteLine("         No special constraints.");
        }
        else
        {
            if (GenericParameterAttributes::None != (sConstraints &
                GenericParameterAttributes::DefaultConstructorConstraint))
            {
                Console::WriteLine("         Must have a parameterless constructor.");
            }
            if (GenericParameterAttributes::None != (sConstraints &
                GenericParameterAttributes::ReferenceTypeConstraint))
            {
                Console::WriteLine("         Must be a reference type.");
            }
            if (GenericParameterAttributes::None != (sConstraints &
                GenericParameterAttributes::NotNullableValueTypeConstraint))
            {
                Console::WriteLine("         Must be a non-nullable value type.");
            }
        }
    }

public:
    [PermissionSetAttribute(SecurityAction::Demand, Name="FullTrust")]
    static void Main()
    {
        // Two ways to get a Type object that represents the generic
        // type definition of the Dictionary class.
        //
        // Use the typeid keyword to create the generic type
        // definition directly.
        Type^ d1 = Dictionary::typeid;

        // You can also obtain the generic type definition from a
        // constructed class. In this case, the constructed class
        // is a dictionary of Example objects, with String keys.
        Dictionary<String^, Example^>^ d2 = gcnew Dictionary<String^, Example^>();
        // Get a Type object that represents the constructed type,
        // and from that get the generic type definition. The
        // variables d1 and d4 contain the same type.
        Type^ d3 = d2->GetType();
        Type^ d4 = d3->GetGenericTypeDefinition();

        // Display information for the generic type definition, and
        // for the constructed type Dictionary<String, Example>.
        DisplayGenericType(d1);
        DisplayGenericType(d2->GetType());

        // Construct an array of type arguments to substitute for
        // the type parameters of the generic Dictionary class.
        // The array must contain the correct number of types, in
        // the same order that they appear in the type parameter
        // list of Dictionary. The key (first type parameter)
        // is of type string, and the type to be contained in the
        // dictionary is Example.
        array<Type^>^ typeArgs = {String::typeid, Example::typeid};

        // Construct the type Dictionary<String, Example>.
        Type^ constructed = d1->MakeGenericType(typeArgs);

        DisplayGenericType(constructed);

        Object^ o = Activator::CreateInstance(constructed);

        Console::WriteLine("\r\nCompare types obtained by different methods:");
        Console::WriteLine("   Are the constructed types equal? {0}",
            (d2->GetType()==constructed));
        Console::WriteLine("   Are the generic definitions equal? {0}",
            (d1==constructed->GetGenericTypeDefinition()));

        // Demonstrate the DisplayGenericType and
        // DisplayGenericParameter methods with the Test class
        // defined above. This shows base, interface, and special
        // constraints.
        DisplayGenericType(Test::typeid);
    }
};

int main()
{
    Example::Main();
}
using System;
using System.Reflection;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Security.Permissions;

// Define an example interface.
public interface ITestArgument {}

// Define an example base class.
public class TestBase {}

// Define a generic class with one parameter. The parameter
// has three constraints: It must inherit TestBase, it must
// implement ITestArgument, and it must have a parameterless
// constructor.
public class Test<T> where T : TestBase, ITestArgument, new() {}

// Define a class that meets the constraints on the type
// parameter of class Test.
public class TestArgument : TestBase, ITestArgument
{
    public TestArgument() {}
}

public class Example
{
    // The following method displays information about a generic
    // type.
    private static void DisplayGenericType(Type t)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("\r\n {0}", t);
        Console.WriteLine("   Is this a generic type? {0}",
            t.IsGenericType);
        Console.WriteLine("   Is this a generic type definition? {0}",
            t.IsGenericTypeDefinition);

        // Get the generic type parameters or type arguments.
        Type[] typeParameters = t.GetGenericArguments();

        Console.WriteLine("   List {0} type arguments:", 
            typeParameters.Length);
        foreach( Type tParam in typeParameters )
        {
            if (tParam.IsGenericParameter)
            {
                DisplayGenericParameter(tParam);
            }
            else
            {
                Console.WriteLine("      Type argument: {0}",
                    tParam);
            }
        }
    }

    // The following method displays information about a generic
    // type parameter. Generic type parameters are represented by
    // instances of System.Type, just like ordinary types.
    private static void DisplayGenericParameter(Type tp)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("      Type parameter: {0} position {1}", 
            tp.Name, tp.GenericParameterPosition);

        Type classConstraint = null;

        foreach(Type iConstraint in tp.GetGenericParameterConstraints())
        {
            if (iConstraint.IsInterface)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("         Interface constraint: {0}",
                    iConstraint);
            }
        }

        if (classConstraint != null)
        {
            Console.WriteLine("         Base type constraint: {0}", 
                tp.BaseType);
        }
        else
            Console.WriteLine("         Base type constraint: None"); 

        GenericParameterAttributes sConstraints = 
            tp.GenericParameterAttributes & 
            GenericParameterAttributes.SpecialConstraintMask;

        if (sConstraints == GenericParameterAttributes.None)
        {
            Console.WriteLine("         No special constraints.");
        }
        else
        {
            if (GenericParameterAttributes.None != (sConstraints &
                GenericParameterAttributes.DefaultConstructorConstraint))
            {
                Console.WriteLine("         Must have a parameterless constructor.");
            }
            if (GenericParameterAttributes.None != (sConstraints &
                GenericParameterAttributes.ReferenceTypeConstraint))
            {
                Console.WriteLine("         Must be a reference type.");
            }
            if (GenericParameterAttributes.None != (sConstraints &
                GenericParameterAttributes.NotNullableValueTypeConstraint))
            {
                Console.WriteLine("         Must be a non-nullable value type.");
            }
        }
    }

    [PermissionSetAttribute(SecurityAction.Demand, Name="FullTrust")]
    public static void Main()
    {
        // Two ways to get a Type object that represents the generic
        // type definition of the Dictionary class. 
        //
        // Use the typeof operator to create the generic type 
        // definition directly. To specify the generic type definition,
        // omit the type arguments but retain the comma that separates
        // them.
        Type d1 = typeof(Dictionary<,>);

        // You can also obtain the generic type definition from a
        // constructed class. In this case, the constructed class
        // is a dictionary of Example objects, with String keys.
        Dictionary<string, Example> d2 = new Dictionary<string, Example>();
        // Get a Type object that represents the constructed type,
        // and from that get the generic type definition. The 
        // variables d1 and d4 contain the same type.
        Type d3 = d2.GetType();
        Type d4 = d3.GetGenericTypeDefinition();

        // Display information for the generic type definition, and
        // for the constructed type Dictionary<String, Example>.
        DisplayGenericType(d1);
        DisplayGenericType(d2.GetType());

        // Construct an array of type arguments to substitute for 
        // the type parameters of the generic Dictionary class.
        // The array must contain the correct number of types, in 
        // the same order that they appear in the type parameter 
        // list of Dictionary. The key (first type parameter)
        // is of type string, and the type to be contained in the
        // dictionary is Example.
        Type[] typeArgs = {typeof(string), typeof(Example)};

        // Construct the type Dictionary<String, Example>.
        Type constructed = d1.MakeGenericType(typeArgs);

        DisplayGenericType(constructed);

        object o = Activator.CreateInstance(constructed);

        Console.WriteLine("\r\nCompare types obtained by different methods:");
        Console.WriteLine("   Are the constructed types equal? {0}",
            (d2.GetType()==constructed));
        Console.WriteLine("   Are the generic definitions equal? {0}",
            (d1==constructed.GetGenericTypeDefinition()));

        // Demonstrate the DisplayGenericType and 
        // DisplayGenericParameter methods with the Test class 
        // defined above. This shows base, interface, and special
        // constraints.
        DisplayGenericType(typeof(Test<>));
    }
}
Imports System.Reflection
Imports System.Collections.Generic
Imports System.Security.Permissions

' Define an example interface.
Public Interface ITestArgument
End Interface

' Define an example base class.
Public Class TestBase
End Class

' Define a generic class with one parameter. The parameter
' has three constraints: It must inherit TestBase, it must
' implement ITestArgument, and it must have a parameterless
' constructor.
Public Class Test(Of T As {TestBase, ITestArgument, New})
End Class

' Define a class that meets the constraints on the type
' parameter of class Test.
Public Class TestArgument
    Inherits TestBase
    Implements ITestArgument
    Public Sub New()
    End Sub
End Class

Public Class Example
    ' The following method displays information about a generic
    ' type.
    Private Shared Sub DisplayGenericType(ByVal t As Type)
        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & t.ToString())
        Console.WriteLine("   Is this a generic type? " _ 
            & t.IsGenericType)
        Console.WriteLine("   Is this a generic type definition? " _ 
            & t.IsGenericTypeDefinition)

        ' Get the generic type parameters or type arguments.
        Dim typeParameters() As Type = t.GetGenericArguments()

        Console.WriteLine("   List {0} type arguments:", _
            typeParameters.Length)
        For Each tParam As Type In typeParameters
            If tParam.IsGenericParameter Then
                DisplayGenericParameter(tParam)
            Else
                Console.WriteLine("      Type argument: {0}", _
                    tParam)
            End If
        Next
    End Sub

    ' The following method displays information about a generic
    ' type parameter. Generic type parameters are represented by
    ' instances of System.Type, just like ordinary types.
    Private Shared Sub DisplayGenericParameter(ByVal tp As Type)
        Console.WriteLine("      Type parameter: {0} position {1}", _
            tp.Name, tp.GenericParameterPosition)

        Dim classConstraint As Type = Nothing

        For Each iConstraint As Type In tp.GetGenericParameterConstraints()
            If iConstraint.IsInterface Then
                Console.WriteLine("         Interface constraint: {0}", _
                    iConstraint)
            End If
        Next

        If classConstraint IsNot Nothing Then
            Console.WriteLine("         Base type constraint: {0}", _
                tp.BaseType)
        Else
            Console.WriteLine("         Base type constraint: None")
        End If

        Dim sConstraints As GenericParameterAttributes = _
            tp.GenericParameterAttributes And _
            GenericParameterAttributes.SpecialConstraintMask
        If sConstraints = GenericParameterAttributes.None Then
            Console.WriteLine("         No special constraints.")
        Else
            If GenericParameterAttributes.None <> (sConstraints And _
                GenericParameterAttributes.DefaultConstructorConstraint) Then
                Console.WriteLine("         Must have a parameterless constructor.")
            End If
            If GenericParameterAttributes.None <> (sConstraints And _
                GenericParameterAttributes.ReferenceTypeConstraint) Then
                Console.WriteLine("         Must be a reference type.")
            End If
            If GenericParameterAttributes.None <> (sConstraints And _
                GenericParameterAttributes.NotNullableValueTypeConstraint) Then
                Console.WriteLine("         Must be a non-nullable value type.")
            End If
        End If
    End Sub

    <PermissionSetAttribute(SecurityAction.Demand, Name:="FullTrust")> _
    Public Shared Sub Main()
        ' Two ways to get a Type object that represents the generic
        ' type definition of the Dictionary class. 
        '
        ' Use the GetType operator to create the generic type 
        ' definition directly. To specify the generic type definition,
        ' omit the type arguments but retain the comma that separates
        ' them.
        Dim d1 As Type = GetType(Dictionary(Of ,))

        ' You can also obtain the generic type definition from a
        ' constructed class. In this case, the constructed class
        ' is a dictionary of Example objects, with String keys.
        Dim d2 As New Dictionary(Of String, Example)
        ' Get a Type object that represents the constructed type,
        ' and from that get the generic type definition. The 
        ' variables d1 and d4 contain the same type.
        Dim d3 As Type = d2.GetType()
        Dim d4 As Type = d3.GetGenericTypeDefinition()

        ' Display information for the generic type definition, and
        ' for the constructed type Dictionary(Of String, Example).
        DisplayGenericType(d1)
        DisplayGenericType(d2.GetType())

        ' Construct an array of type arguments to substitute for 
        ' the type parameters of the generic Dictionary class.
        ' The array must contain the correct number of types, in 
        ' the same order that they appear in the type parameter 
        ' list of Dictionary. The key (first type parameter)
        ' is of type string, and the type to be contained in the
        ' dictionary is Example.
        Dim typeArgs() As Type = _
            { GetType(String), GetType(Example) }

        ' Construct the type Dictionary(Of String, Example).
        Dim constructed As Type = _
            d1.MakeGenericType(typeArgs)

        DisplayGenericType(constructed)

        Dim o As Object = Activator.CreateInstance(constructed)

        Console.WriteLine(vbCrLf & _
            "Compare types obtained by different methods:")
        Console.WriteLine("   Are the constructed types equal? " _
            & (d2.GetType() Is constructed))
        Console.WriteLine("   Are the generic definitions equal? " _ 
            & (d1 Is constructed.GetGenericTypeDefinition()))

        ' Demonstrate the DisplayGenericType and 
        ' DisplayGenericParameter methods with the Test class 
        ' defined above. This shows base, interface, and special
        ' constraints.
        DisplayGenericType(GetType(Test(Of )))
    End Sub
End Class

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