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Reflection – Calling Properties

Today we’ll continue our series on reflection by looking at Properties.  If you haven’t already seen the videos on how to load the assembly or how to call the constructor, you’ll probably want to watch those first.

See Also:

Reflection – Loading the Assembly
Reflection – Calling the Constructor

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    Nice video. Tnx!