Each dependency property has a dependency property static object that is
used to access its local value. This DependencyProperty object keeps all
metadata information regarding the proeprty itself.
Usually these objects are public so they are accessible. To find out the
type of the UIElement.FocusableProperty you need to do
Type t = UIElement.FocusableProperty.PropertyType;
You don't need instnace of UIElement since FocusableProperty is a static
member of the class.
Stoitcho Goutsev (100)
"Robert Ludig" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> When I register a DepencyPorperty I can specify what type it is
> supposed to store. How can I find out what type is set for a
> DepenencyProperty of a class? Is it possible to find this out without
> actually having instance of a class? For example how do I find out
> programmatically that UIElement.FocusableProperty is a boolean without
> actually having an instance of an UIElement?