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Using Anonymous Types Outside of Local Context with Dynamic Keyword

, 10 Nov 2011
With another powerful feature introduced in C# by .NET 4 called dynamic types anonymous types are given even more reasons to be used since they now can be used outside of their scope of visibility. Sounds fantastic? Let me show you how it's done.

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2 No 10-Nov-11 7:32 Available Smitha Vijayan
1 No 10-Nov-11 6:12 Composing Alexander Turlov

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Alexander Turlov
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Alexander Turlov has been working in IT industry since 1987. His programming experience includes such languages as FORTRAN, Pascal, and Basic, C, C++ and C#. He's been working for different industries like science, manufacturing, retail, utilities, finance, insurance, health care, education and so on. His area of interests is rich web applications development with .NET, C#, ASP.NET/MVC and JavaScript. He is working in software development doing architecture, design and development on .NET platform and using Microsoft Visual Studio, IIS and SQL Server as his primary tools, and a lot of other commercial and open source frameworks and tools. He holds a M.Sc. degree in physics and an MCSD.NET certification.

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