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Determine a Visual Basic Module through reflection.

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 14, 2011    Points: 0   Category :WPF


I have been advised that this is the correct forum for this question so I hope i've got it correct.

I am currently building an object browser using refelction and everything is going well.  However, as you are probably aware a Visual Basic module is correctly interpeted as a Sealed Class with Static Procedures when reflected.

I am wondering if there is any way to determine through reflection, that the currently reflected type is in-fact a Visual Basic Module as opposed to a sealed class?  I'm sure it must be possible because the VS IDE is able to decipher the difference.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Kind Regards


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