The TypeSpecDeclaration type exposes the following members.
Gets or sets the type attributes.
|CustomDebuggingInformation||(Inherited from Declaration.)|
Determines whether the current instance is a generic instance, i.e. whether it has been constructed from a generic definition.
Determines whether the current declaration existed in the source assembly.(Inherited from MetadataDeclaration.)
Determines whether the type is sealed. When a type is sealed, it not possible to have a type that derives from this type.
Gets or sets the token of the current declaration.(Inherited from MetadataDeclaration.)
When the declaration represents another declaration in the source assembly, this property refers to this declaration. When using GetReflectionObject(Type, Type, BindingOptions), the original declaration should actually be retrieved.(Inherited from MetadataDeclaration.)
Gets the parent member of the current declaration.(Overrides MetadataDeclaration.ParentMember.)
Gets the parent type of the current declaration.(Overrides MetadataDeclaration.ParentType.)
Gets or sets the type signature specifying the current type specification.