C# - Create A New Instance Of A Type Without Reflection?

Jan 14, 2011

I have a function that at the moment takes a Type variable. This function sticks it in a list and such and eventually needs will create a class of that type. Right now I do that with

object o=MyType.GetConstructors()[0].Invoke(new object[0]);

which is pretty hacky and also will not work in medium trust due to reflection(I think). Is there a better way of doing this without reflection? The Type is defined this way as part of a function. I need the class to be created "lazily" because it may not be created in the application if it's not needed. I use it for example like


Note, I'm open to suggestions on changing the function calling. I just need the object to be created lazily and for to store the type(or however to create an object of the type) in a list.

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