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Decoding Transaction input data in Nethereum

I’m using Nethereum and see this example of how to decode the Input data of a Transaction object. http://playground.nethereum.com/csharp/id/1063 This looks like it assumes that you have to know which function data you’re decoding. I have the full contract ABI, but I don’t know which function was called in this transaction. Is there a way::Listen

I’m using Nethereum and see this example of how to decode the Input data of a Transaction object. http://playground.nethereum.com/csharp/id/1063

This looks like it assumes that you have to know which function data you’re decoding. I have the full contract ABI, but I don’t know which function was called in this transaction.

Is there a way to decode the Input data without already knowing which function it is? In EthersJs, for example, this is done simply with a ContractInterface.parseTransaction method call.

I’m also open to suggestions for other .NET based decoding solutions/libraries.

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