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Dynamically Invoke A Method, Given Strings with Method Name and Class Name

, 7 Aug 2007 CPOL
Sometimes you need to compute the name of a method into a string. This article shows how to call a method given a string with the method's name and class.
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Matt has over 6 years .NET and SQL Server development experience. Before getting into .Net, he worked on a number of systems, ranging from the largest ATM network in The Netherlands to embedded software in advanced Wide Area Networks and the largest ticketing web site in Australia. He has lived and worked in Australia, The Netherlands, Slovakia and Thailand.

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