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Simon Cooper Peering into the depths of .NET July 2012 Entries
Inside the DLR - Callsites
The DLR was introduced in .NET 4 to allow dynamic languages, like Python or Ruby, to run on the CLR. The DLR is also used by C# 4, released at the same time, to implement dynamic binding via the dynamic keyword. In this post, I'll be looking at what exactly happens when you issue a dynamically-bound call in C#. What is the DLR? The Dynamic Language Runtime isn't a runtime. At least, not in the same way as the Common Language Runtime. The DLR is a library that runs on the CLR, just like any other ......

Posted On Friday, July 20, 2012 12:22 PM

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