Type.GetTypeCode() Method is used to get the underlying type code of the specified Type.
Syntax: public static TypeCode GetTypeCode (Type type);
Here, it takes the type whose underlying type code to get.
Return Value: This method returns the code of the underlying type, or Empty if type is null.
Below programs illustrate the use of Type.GetTypeCode() Method:
TypeCode is Int32
TypeCode of System.Int32 is Int32 TypeCode of System.Decimal is Decimal TypeCode of System.Double is Double TypeCode of System.Int16 is Int16 TypeCode of System.String is String
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