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Some debugging tips on Linq.Expression

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You can generate IL code, and thereby construct a methods, using ‘System.Linq.Expression’ during runtime.Compared to ‘System.Reflection.Emit.ILGenerator’, use expression trees to construct dynamic methods is an easier way to handle IL code.As you know, IL instructions is just like any kind of assemly, which is rather elaborate. I just cannot handle it well enough 🙁 Continue reading “Some debugging tips on Linq.Expression”

Play with Linq.Expression

Suddenly Visual Basic 6.0 ……

Yesterday once more.

When ConditionalExpression.ToString() is invoked...
When ConditionalExpression.ToString() is invoked…


Lambda function generated by Linq.Expression.

There’s virtually no way to debug into it…

So I had to use something like `Debug.Print`. Really had a hard time.

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