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No in fact. That's quite clear. You are going to want to look into the System.Reflection namespace. That's where you can load an assembly into memory dynamically. As long as all your "modules" implement a common public interface, then you can just iterate through all the files in the bin directory and then load them using reflection.

I hope that helps. Inside C# has a really good chapter on reflection and is my all around reference manual for C#. I would highly recommend getting that and working through the examples.

Norm Almond: I seen some GUI's in my life but WTF is this mess Wink | ;-)
Leppie: I made an app for my sister and she wouldnt use it till it was colorful enoughSmile | :)
Norm:good point leppie, from that statement I can only deduce that this GUI must be aimed at childrenLaugh | :laugh:
Leppie:My sister is 25Eek! | :eek:
-Norm on the MailMagic GUI

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