Hijacking .NET

Steve Schear s.schear at comcast.net
Fri Aug 29 22:02:45 EDT 2003

In the .NET Framework, it's possible to access a private member of any 
class -- your own, another developer's, or even the classes in the .NET 
Framework itself! Appleman demonstrates this with a great example that uses 
private members to get the list of groups that the current user is a member 
of -- in a single line of code -- by accessing a private member that is not 
exposed by the .NET Framework.


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