Wolfram Language & System 11.0 (2016)|Legacy Documentation
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loads the type from the given assembly.
- To use LoadNETType, you first need to load .NET/Link using Needs["NETLink`"].
- LoadNETType can load any of the types defined in .NET: classes, interfaces, structs (value types), enumerations, and delegates. The assembly in which the type is defined must have been previously loaded using LoadNETAssembly.
- The following options can be given:
StaticsVisible False make static methods and fields accessible by just their names, not in a special context AllowShortContext True make static methods and fields accessible only in the context that mirrors the full hierarchical namespace name
- The assembly argument can be an assembly name, a NETAssembly expression, a .NET Assembly object, or a path or URL to an assembly file. If it is an assembly name, the assembly must already have been loaded.