Writing applications using the .NET Framework can be a cumbersome experience, primarily due to the vast amount of classes one has to know in order to write applications. But developers can use those classes to make writing code easier. One such class is the TypeDescriptor class, and the ability to use anonymous objects as a key/value pair collection.
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