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QuestionInvoking a method using its 'string' name Pin
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BobJanova29-Oct-12 23:37
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You answered a question which wasn't the one that was actually asked, in a way which is likely to confuse the questioner.

Reflection is rarely useful full stop in my work, apart from loading types in from assemblies for plugins (which conform to a static interface so I don't use reflection for method lookups at all). The only place where I can see method lookups being useful is if you're trying to implement a scripting language or similar, at which point I can definitely see it being a case of looking up a method by name inside a (statically) known class (e.g. typeof(SomeClass)).
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