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C# / CSharp Tutorial » Reflection » Method 
19.5.7.Dynamically Invoking A Method
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Reflection;
using System.Text;

    public class Tester
    {
        public static void Main()
        {
            Type theMathType = Type.GetType("System.Math");
            Type[] paramTypes = new Type[1];
            paramTypes[0= Type.GetType("System.Double");
            MethodInfo CosineInfo = theMathType.GetMethod("Cos", paramTypes);
            Object[] parameters = new Object[1];
            parameters[045 (Math.PI / 180)
            Object returnVal = CosineInfo.Invoke(theMathType, parameters);
            Console.WriteLine(returnVal);
        }
    }
19.5.Method
19.5.1.Deeper Reflection: iterate through the methods of the class
19.5.2.Deeper Reflection: Invoking Functions
19.5.3.Invoke methods using reflection
19.5.4.List Methods
19.5.5.Obtain the metadata tokens
19.5.6.Inspecting a method's body
19.5.7.Dynamically Invoking A Method
19.5.8.Finding Particular Members
19.5.9.Call string method with reflection and Expression
19.5.10.Invoke member method with created instance from reflection
19.5.11.Use reflection to invoke methods
19.5.12.Use DefinePInvokeMethod method to create a PInvoke method.
19.5.13.Get the method that matches the specified binding flags.
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