.NET 4.0 introduced a new keyword to the C# language, specifically,
dynamic. This keyword allows you to incorporate scripting-like behaviors into the strongly typed world of type safety, semicolons, and curly brackets. Using this loose typing, you can greatly simplify some complex coding tasks and also gain the ability to interoperate with a number of dynamic languages (such as IronRuby or IronPython), which are .NET savvy.
In this chapter, you will learn about the C#
dynamic keyword, and understand how loosely typed calls are mapped to the correct in-memory object using the Dynamic Language Runtime (or DLR). After you understand the services provided by the DLR, you will see ...