Online resource to learn .NET on Reflection and Dynamic

Here we will look into differences between Reflection and Dynamic: –

Reflection Dynamic
Reflection is used to inspect meta-data of an object. It also has the ability to invoke members of an object on runtime. Dynamic is a keyword which was introduced in .NET 4.0. It evaluates object calls during runtime. So until the method calls are made compiler is least bothered if those methods / properties etc exist or not.
Reflection can invoke both public and private members of an object while dynamic can only invoke public members. Dynamic uses reflection internally. It caches the method calls made thus improving performance to a certain extent.
Inspect ( Meta-data) – Yes Inspect ( Meta-data) – No
Invoke Public members – Yes Invoke Public members – Yes
Invoke Private members – Yes Invoke Private members – No
Caching – No Caching – Yes

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