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How to invoke a method of a module using reflection?

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Hi,

In my program, I have a loaded assembly that contains a
module (not a class, not a form, but a module). I need to
use reflection to invoke a method in this module and pass
some parameters to it. How do I do this? I tried various
things but they didn't work for me. Can someone show me
how to do this? Some simple code samples would even be
better.

Thanks!
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Never mind. I figured out.

Thanks!
-----Original Message-----
Hi,

In my program, I have a loaded assembly that contains a
module (not a class, not a form, but a module). I need to
use reflection to invoke a method in this module and pass
some parameters to it. How do I do this? I tried various
things but they didn't work for me. Can someone show me
how to do this? Some simple code samples would even be
better.

Thanks!
.

Nov 21 '05 #2

P: n/a
Never mind. I figured out.

Thanks!
-----Original Message-----
Hi,

In my program, I have a loaded assembly that contains a
module (not a class, not a form, but a module). I need to
use reflection to invoke a method in this module and pass
some parameters to it. How do I do this? I tried various
things but they didn't work for me. Can someone show me
how to do this? Some simple code samples would even be
better.

Thanks!
.

Nov 21 '05 #3

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