A basic example of using the ExpandoObject for dynamic types in .NET C#

The ExpandoObject in the System.Dynamic namespace is an interesting option if you ever need to write dynamic objects in C#. Dynamic objects are ones that are not statically typed and whose properties and methods can be defined during runtime. I’ve come across this object while I was discovering the dynamic language runtime (DLR) features in .NET. We’ve seen an example of that in this post with the “dynamic” keyword.

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