find a class's own GUID through Reflection


I have once seen a sample code where the author uses reflection to find the class's own GUID, but I can no longer find the same article. Does someone know how this is done?


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bhomassAuthor Commented:
worked beautifilly. Thanks so much!
bhomassAuthor Commented:
sorry, this is my first answered question. could someone tell me how to close and award the points?
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Mohammed NasmanSoftware DeveloperCommented:
Glad to help you Bruce

to close the question, press on Accept button next to my comment
then you can set the grade (be carefull giving low grades for correct answer, will prevent the experts for not helping you)

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Mohammed NasmanSoftware DeveloperCommented:
Thanks for the point

Just a comment for your future questions, when you accept answer, just accept the comment that contian the right answer, don't accept other comment even from the same one who gave the right answers
thats will help other when review your question to know which comments was the correct :-)
bhomassAuthor Commented:
I guess I accepted the wrong item. will watch out for this in the future. at least it highlighted your instructions on how to close though :)!
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