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Load value types at runtime

Posted on 2006-07-14
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Hi!

I want to load at run time an instance of any .net valueType. example if I have this function
object getObject(string stObjectType, string stObjectValue)
{
    // Do some code to create a object of type stObjectType with the value stObjectValue
}
I need to do this with reflection. (I mean without a switch stament)

I'll thanks any help

Regards,

Jorge Arias
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object getObject(string stObjectType, string stObjectValue)
{
    return Convert.ChangeType(stObjectValue, Type.GetType(stObjectType));
}
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