Dynamic Types and the Dynamic Language Runtime
.NET 4.0 introduces a new keyword to the C# language, specifically, dynamic. This keyword allows you to incorporate scripting like behaviors into the strongly typed world of semi-colons and curly brackets. Using this loose typing, you can greatly simplify some complex coding tasks and also gain the ability to interoperate with a number of dynamic languages (such as IronRuby or IronPython) which are .NET savvy.
KeywordsDynamic Data Visual Studio Dynamic Type Expression Tree Runtime Error
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