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by Eric Lynch
Extends .NET reflection to decode the byte array returned by System.Reflection.MethodBody.GetILByteArray(), discusses the techniques to achieve this, and provides a brief primer on .NET reflection.
by matt warren
Whilst writing a previous blog post I stumbled across the .NET Interpreter, tucked away in the source code.
by wmjordan
Circumventing language obstacles and optimizing performance with Dynamic Methods, Dynamic Assemblies.
by SergioAmorim
A way to quickly find the CLR version of a .NET assembly from the command line

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by n.podbielski
Reflection.Emit is very powerful tool. It creates IL code and since C# is converted into IL too, we have the same functionality as in C# and even more. It is very powerful and at the same time very complicated. Because of that it is worth to discuss how and for what it should be used.
by n.podbielski
This article is first part of the series of three. Next ones you can find here and here.. Code for all three articles, with new features and bug fixes is available on GitHub and as Nuget package.. Why not Reflection?. If you working with .
by wmjordan
Circumventing language obstacles and optimizing performance with Dynamic Methods, Dynamic Assemblies.
by Eric Lynch
Extends .NET reflection to decode the byte array returned by System.Reflection.MethodBody.GetILByteArray(), discusses the techniques to achieve this, and provides a brief primer on .NET reflection.

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15 May 2018
Eric Lynch
Extends .NET reflection to decode the byte array returned by System.Reflection.MethodBody.GetILByteArray(), discusses the techniques to achieve this, and provides a brief primer on .NET reflection.
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14 Sep 2018
wmjordan
Circumventing language obstacles and optimizing performance with Dynamic Methods, Dynamic Assemblies.
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11 Feb 2013
Sander Rossel
Journey to the center of the .NET Framework with a chance of IL along the way!