I found that the explanation or discussion of the object target property of the delegate is rather confusing.
at MSDN, it is written that this returns the instance of the instance method on which the delegate will invoke.
the book I read C# advanced or something, the author said, it will return the object that represents the method that the delegate will invoke on.
However, the result of the code returns the NAME OF THE CLASS of the instance method maintained by the delegate.
So I would really like to know the precise and true definition/explanation of the object target property of the delegate Hope somebody could clarify this.
This post has been edited by kenryuakuma: 19 February 2012 - 02:29 AM