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Compiling .NET code on-the-fly

, 19 Nov 2003
Compile .NET code programmatically, in memory, then use the resulting assembly to instantiate an object of a class, access its properties and methods, and call a static function.

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Jim Rogers
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Jim is a developer working in Auburn, Alabama, USA. He started working as a programmer in 1997; much of his early experience was with MFC and ASP, with brief forays into Java servlets, Borland's OWL, and plain-old windows API.

Since 2001 Jim has worked primarily with .NET, writing windows and web applications, windows services, and client-server apps. With a little bit of AS3/Flex code thrown in there.

Jim comments code in the first person (much to the amusement of his coworkers,) and feels especially weird writing about himself in the third.

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