Invoke Method using Reflection in C#

What is Reflection?

Reflection allow you to read its own metadata for the purpose of finding assemblies, modules and type information at runtime.The classes that give access to the metadata of a running program are in the System.Reflection namespace.
The below example demonstrate for invoking methods using Reflection in C#
class Program
public class Person
public string Name { get; set; }
public string Speak()
return string.Format("Hello:{0}", Name);
static void Main(string[] args)
var jameel = new Person {Name = "Jameel"};
Type type = jameel.GetType();
//Calling the method Speak using Reflection
object result = type.GetMethod("Speak").Invoke(jameel, null);

Enjoy coding…

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