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QuestionInvoking a method using its 'string' name Pin
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jschell26-Oct-12 9:46
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TheGermoz wrote:
Is it possible using reflection?


As stated no.

A method belongs to a class.
The class belongs to a namespace.
A class belongs to an assembly.

You must at least know about class/namespace/assembly to call a method.

If the class is in another assembly then you must load the assembly.
Then you must properly access the method.
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