Tutorial :Get type name without full namespace


I have the following code:

return "[Inserted new " + typeof(T).ToString() + "]";  



returns the full name including namespace

Is there anyway to just get the class name (without any namespace qualifiers?)


typeof(T).Name // class name, no namespace  typeof(T).FullName // namespace and class name  typeof(T).Namespace // namespace, no class name  


Try this to get type parameters for generic types:

public static string CSharpName(this Type type)  {      var sb = new StringBuilder();      var name = type.Name;      if (!type.IsGenericType) return name;      sb.Append(name.Substring(0, name.IndexOf('`')));      sb.Append("<");      sb.Append(string.Join(", ", type.GetGenericArguments()                                      .Select(t => t.CSharpName())));      sb.Append(">");      return sb.ToString();  }  

Maybe not the best solution (due to the recursion), but it works. Outputs look like:

Dictionary<String, Object>  


make use of (Type Properties)

 Name   Gets the name of the current member. (Inherited from MemberInfo.)   Example : typeof(T).Name;  




After the C# 6.0 (including) you can use nameof expression:

using Stuff = Some.Cool.Functionality    class C {        static int Method1 (string x, int y) {}        static int Method1 (string x, string y) {}        int Method2 (int z) {}        string f<T>() => nameof(T);    }      var c = new C()      nameof(C) -> "C"    nameof(C.Method1) -> "Method1"     nameof(C.Method2) -> "Method2"    nameof(c.Method1) -> "Method1"     nameof(c.Method2) -> "Method2"    nameof(z) -> "z" // inside of Method2 ok, inside Method1 is a compiler error    nameof(Stuff) = "Stuff"    nameof(T) -> "T" // works inside of method but not in attributes on the method    nameof(f) -> “f”    nameof(f<T>) -> syntax error    nameof(f<>) -> syntax error    nameof(Method2()) -> error “This expression does not have a name”    

Note! nameof not get the underlying object's runtime Type, it is just the compile-time argument. If a method accepts an IEnumerable then nameof simply returns "IEnumerable", whereas the actual object could be "List".


best way to use:


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