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Question # 4

Posted by Ankush on February 9, 2011

Using reflection, you invoke a method that generates an exception. You want to obtain the real exception object to work with it.

Any possible solution ( small code snippet will help :))?


3 Responses to “Question # 4”

  1. ajay said

    Here is how we can obtain the ‘real’ exception. Suppose i have following class:

    namespace TestClassLibrary1
    public class Class1
    public string helloWorld()
    throw new NullReferenceException();
    return “hello world”;

  2. ajay said

    Here is the code which calls the function and catches the exception:
    static void Main(string[] args)
    Assembly asm = Assembly.LoadFrom(@”C:\Users\ajayban\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\TestClassLibrary1\TestClassLibrary1\bin\Debug\TestClassLibrary1.dll”);
    Type t1 = asm.GetType(“TestClassLibrary1.Class1”);
    Object type = asm.CreateInstance(“TestClassLibrary1.Class1”, true);
    string result = (string)t1.InvokeMember(“helloWorld”, BindingFlags.InvokeMethod | BindingFlags.Instance | BindingFlags.Public, null, type, null);
    catch(Exception ex)



  3. thnx bro

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