Dynamic in C# VII: Phantom Method Semantics

By now, my hope is that you all have a well-rounded view of dynamic. We started this series by introducing dynamic and talking about the basics of the feature, and have just finished talking about some of the feature’s limitations with the intent that giving both the good and the bad will help us gain…

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Dynamic in C# VI: What dynamic does NOT do

As I mentioned last time, there are a few gotchas that we’ll need to look at in order to get a full understanding of the dynamic feature and its capabilities. Today we’ll take a look at some of those limitations. As we go along, I’ll try to shed some insights as to how the decision…

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Dynamic in C# V: Indexers, Operators, and More!

Now that we’re all experts in how dynamic invocations work for regular method calls, lets extrapolate from our previous discussion about phantom methods a bit and take a look at how those basic concepts apply to other dynamic operations. Today we’ll just go through a laundry list of each type of operation, and throw in…

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