Dynamically Calling Methods
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Published: 29 Apr 2004
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This article briefly introduces Reflection to users and how to use it when writing your code. The System.Reflection namespace contains all of the tools needed to provide a view (in code) of any assembly in .NET.
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There are a lot of little known features in .NET that can sometimes prove useful in the line of duty, calling methods is one of them. Have you ever needed to get more information about a method through code? For example, is it public, what does it belong to, what are it's parameters? You can do all of this through code and it's quite easy. This article will show you about information stored in a Type as well as the MethodInfo class and how they can be used to look at and even execute a method without actually calling it yourself.

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