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By mswatcher
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Submitted: Mar 18 2014 / 10:05

Here is what I was trying to accomplish. I have a method which accepts the interface IFieldValue but in my code scope I do not have an instance of anything which implements IFieldValue. Sure I could new up a new instance of something which implements IFieldValue but this is an issue for a few reasons, mostly because anything that currently implements IFieldValue is pretty heavy weight. Sure I could create a very small class that only implements IFieldValue (actually what I did to solve my problem) but why should I have to go through the ceremony of creating a class which only implements an interface since C# offers dynamic types?
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