I would have a huge amount of variables as the methods I am looking at have dozens of properties being used. e.g. - object column1 = row.SomeField1 object column2 = row.SomeField2 object column3 = row.SomeField3 object column4 = row.SomeField4 ...
And then you need to understand and try to cast to the appropriate type - worse because many of these are complex objects, not a simple int. My example probably should have been something more like:
var query =
from row in Db.SomeTable
where row.SomeField == dynamicType.SomeInnerClass.SomeProperty
Thursday, May 28, 2009 9:42 PM
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