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Here’s a helper that will allow you to compare 2 objects using reflection. Note: that this will also go through the objects base class and compare the base class fields and properties. I found it necessary to do this, however for speed you may want to add BindingFlags.DeclaredOnly to type.GetProperties() and type.GetFields() to limit the […]


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Justin is a Senior Software Engineer for 3csSoftware Brisbane. A Polyglot Developer proficient in multiple programming languages including [C#, C/C++, Java, Android, Ruby..]. He's currently taking an active interest in Teaching Kids to Code, Functional Programming, Robotics, 3D Printers, RC Quad-Copters and Augmented Reality.

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