I was thinking I'd have to use the Type class but I wasn't sure how I'd get the 'type' of the class into the array. Thanks Remy!! :icon_smile: I was wondering, would the following situation be possible?
I have an object that can be one of several classes, however only a certain subset of these class are accpetable. I was thinking that the following might be possible:
Type classList = ...
WTTag tag = ...
for (int k = 0; k < classList.Length; k++)
if (tag is classList[k])
I'm not sure I fully understand Ramy; so all my classes have a Type. This Type is unique to a class and is similar to the ClassName.class attribute in Java? Except that a Type is implicately accessed:
Type classType = MyClassName;
The as operator takes an object and determines if it is an instance of a particular class right? If this is the case then based on what you've said, when I stored the 'Type' of a class in the array I don't really store enough information about the class to do an is comparison? That is, in general the following will not work:
Type classType = System.String;
if (hello is classType) ...
I actually get a compile error (in the first line) so I guess that answers my question. Thanks again hey!