Type.IsInstanceOfType(Object) Type.IsInstanceOfType(Object) Type.IsInstanceOfType(Object) Type.IsInstanceOfType(Object) Method

Definição

Determina se o objeto especificado é uma instância do Type atual.Determines whether the specified object is an instance of the current Type.

public:
 virtual bool IsInstanceOfType(System::Object ^ o);
public virtual bool IsInstanceOfType (object o);
abstract member IsInstanceOfType : obj -> bool
override this.IsInstanceOfType : obj -> bool
Public Overridable Function IsInstanceOfType (o As Object) As Boolean

Parâmetros

o
Object Object Object Object

O objeto a ser comparado com o tipo atual.The object to compare with the current type.

Retornos

true se o Type atual estiver na hierarquia de herança do objeto representado pelo o ou se o Type atual for uma interface implementada por o.true if the current Type is in the inheritance hierarchy of the object represented by o, or if the current Type is an interface that o implements. false se nenhuma dessas condições for verdadeira, se o for null ou se o Type atual for um tipo genérico aberto (ou seja, ContainsGenericParameters retorna true).false if neither of these conditions is the case, if o is null, or if the current Type is an open generic type (that is, ContainsGenericParameters returns true).

Implementações

Exemplos

O exemplo a seguir demonstra o uso do método IsInstanceOfType.The following example demonstrates the use of the IsInstanceOfType method.

using namespace System;

public interface class IExample{};

public ref class BaseClass: IExample{};

public ref class DerivedClass: BaseClass{};

void main()
{
   Type^ interfaceType = IExample::typeid;
   BaseClass^ base1 = gcnew BaseClass;
   Type^ base1Type = base1->GetType();
   BaseClass^ derived1 = gcnew DerivedClass;
   Type^ derived1Type = derived1->GetType();
   array<Int32>^ arr = gcnew array<Int32>(11);
   Type^ arrayType = Array::typeid;

   Console::WriteLine("Is Int32[] an instance of the Array class? {0}.",
                      arrayType->IsInstanceOfType( arr ) );
   Console::WriteLine("Is myclass an instance of BaseClass? {0}.",
                      base1Type->IsInstanceOfType( base1 ) );
   Console::WriteLine("Is myderivedclass an instance of BaseClass? {0}.",
                      base1Type->IsInstanceOfType( derived1 ) );
   Console::WriteLine("Is myclass an instance of IExample? {0}.",
                      interfaceType->IsInstanceOfType( base1 ) );
   Console::WriteLine("Is myderivedclass an instance of IExample? {0}.",
                      interfaceType->IsInstanceOfType( derived1 ) );
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    Is int[] an instance of the Array class? True.
//    Is base1 an instance of BaseClass? True.
//    Is derived1 an instance of BaseClass? True.
//    Is base1 an instance of IExample? True.
//    Is derived1 an instance of IExample? True.
using System;

public interface IExample {}

public class BaseClass : IExample {}

public class DerivedClass : BaseClass {}

public class Example
{
    public static void Main()
    {
        var interfaceType = typeof(IExample);
        var base1 = new BaseClass();
        var base1Type = base1.GetType();
        var derived1 = new DerivedClass();
        var derived1Type = derived1.GetType();
        int[] arr = new int[11];

        Console.WriteLine("Is int[] an instance of the Array class? {0}.",
                           typeof(Array).IsInstanceOfType(arr));
        Console.WriteLine("Is base1 an instance of BaseClass? {0}.",
                          base1Type.IsInstanceOfType(base1));
        Console.WriteLine("Is derived1 an instance of BaseClass? {0}.",
                          base1Type.IsInstanceOfType(derived1));
        Console.WriteLine("Is base1 an instance of IExample? {0}.",
                          interfaceType.IsInstanceOfType(base1));
        Console.WriteLine("Is derived1 an instance of IExample? {0}.",
                          interfaceType.IsInstanceOfType(derived1));
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//    Is int[] an instance of the Array class? True.
//    Is base1 an instance of BaseClass? True.
//    Is derived1 an instance of BaseClass? True.
//    Is base1 an instance of IExample? True.
//    Is derived1 an instance of IExample? True.
Public Interface IExample
End Interface

Public Class BaseClass : Implements IExample
End Class

Public Class DerivedClass : Inherits BaseClass
End Class

Public Module Example
    Public Sub Main()
        Dim interfaceType As Type = GetType(IExample)
        Dim base1 As New BaseClass()
        Dim base1Type As Type = base1.GetType()
        Dim derived1 = New DerivedClass()
        Dim derived1Type As Type = derived1.GetType()
        Dim arr(10) As Integer

        Console.WriteLine("Is int[] an instance of the Array class? {0}.",
                           GetType(Array).IsInstanceOfType(arr))
        Console.WriteLine("Is base1 an instance of BaseClass? {0}.",
                          base1Type.IsInstanceOfType(base1))
        Console.WriteLine("Is derived1 an instance of BaseClass? {0}.",
                          base1Type.IsInstanceOfType(derived1))
        Console.WriteLine("Is base1 an instance of IExample? {0}.",
                          interfaceType.IsInstanceOfType(base1))
        Console.WriteLine("Is derived1 an instance of IExample? {0}.",
                          interfaceType.IsInstanceOfType(derived1))
    End Sub
End Module
' The example displays the following output:
'    Is int[] an instance of the Array class? True.
'    Is base1 an instance of BaseClass? True.
'    Is derived1 an instance of BaseClass? True.
'    Is base1 an instance of IExample? True.
'    Is derived1 an instance of IExample? True.

Comentários

Este método pode ser substituído por uma classe derivada.This method can be overridden by a derived class.

Observação

Um tipo construído não é uma instância de sua definição de tipo genérico.A constructed type is not an instance of its generic type definition. Ou seja, MyGenericList<int> (MyGenericList(Of Integer) em Visual Basic) não é uma instância de MyGenericList<T> (MyGenericList(Of T) em Visual Basic).That is, MyGenericList<int> (MyGenericList(Of Integer) in Visual Basic) is not an instance of MyGenericList<T> (MyGenericList(Of T) in Visual Basic).

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