Re: Problem using '=' with System.Type
"Göran Andersson" <guffa@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
The Is operator works for some purposes, but it doesn't do an equality
comparison. For example, (String Is Object) = True, while (Object Is
String) = False.
Could you be thinking of the C# Is operator?
Mark Hurd, B.Sc.(Ma.) (Hons.)
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