What are dynamic objects?

Dynamic objects provide another way, other than the object type, to late bind to an object at run time. A dynamic object exposes members such as properties and methods at run time by using dynamic interfaces that are defined in the System.Dynamic namespace. You can use the classes in the System.Dynamic namespace to create objects that work with data structures that do not match a static type or format.

Dynamic objects also provide convenient access to dynamic languages such as IronPython and IronRuby. You can use a dynamic object to refer to a dynamic script that is interpreted at run time.


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