Monthly Archives: July 2010

Further Exploring the .Net Expressions API

The .Net Expressions API (as a part of System.Linq.Expressions assembly) provides a vast set of functions that can be used to express mathematical expressions, which can be composed and executed (as lambas) at runtime. Expressions.Add, .Multiply, and .Subtract, are just … Continue reading

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C# Properties and Expression Trees

Expression trees in C# fascinate me. They can be used to create dynamic methods or, in some cases, wrap existing methods or properties. Once constructed as lambdas, the expressions can be executed like any other C# method. Reflection accomplishes a … Continue reading

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