Posts Tagged ‘DLR’

Dynamic in C# – The DLR (Part 2)

Posted: September 13, 2009 in .NET, C#
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In my last post I have covered the basics of dynamic languages and now we will see how this dynamic languages fit into the CLR.The core purpose of CLR was to host code written in multiple programming languages.But traditionally it had support for the static languages only.Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) was conceived as a set of additional libraries in order to fit the dynamic languages into the CLR.Apart from allowing the new dynamic languages to come on board, DLR also facilitates addition of dynamic capabilities in existing CLR supported languages (static) like C#.

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