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"dynamic" keyword

Postby Vania » July 25th, 2012, 5:17 pm

I found that you cannot use the dynamic keyword because the Microsoft.CSharp dll cannot be referenced.
Any workaround?

I need it for method overloading.
like this:
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//I have class Base, A : Base, B: Base

dynamic b = ...
mymethod(b); //this only works if b is dynamic

void mymethod(A p);
void mymethod(B p);
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Re: "dynamic" keyword

Postby qugengames » September 19th, 2018, 9:35 pm

I'm having this same issue after almost 6 years.
I need to use Dynamic variables to speed up the game making process of a game I'm working on,

If CSharp.dll can't be used what is the work-around?

Not using Dynamic will make my development a nightmare....
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Re: "dynamic" keyword

Postby qugengames » October 24th, 2018, 10:48 pm

qugengames wrote:I'm having this same issue after almost 6 years.
I need to use Dynamic variables to speed up the game making process of a game I'm working on,

If CSharp.dll can't be used what is the work-around?

Not using Dynamic will make my development a nightmare....


It's not that bad, I was going to do fancy stuff with the dynamic keyword as well, but ended up using Dictionary from Systems.Collections.
PlayerIO free benefits outweigh the dynamic features
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