- sealed Defines and represents a dynamic assembly.
- sealed Defines and represents a constructor of a dynamic class.
- Helps build custom attributes.
- Provides support for alternative ways to generate the Microsoft intermediate language (MSIL) and metadata for a dynamic method, including methods for creating tokens and for inserting the code, exception handling, and local variable signature blobs.
- sealed Defines and represents a dynamic method that can be compiled, executed, and discarded. Discarded methods are available for garbage collection.
- sealed Describes and represents an enumeration type.
- sealed Defines events for a class.
- sealed Defines and represents a field. This class cannot be inherited.
- sealed Defines and creates generic type parameters for dynamically defined generic types and methods. This class cannot be inherited.
- Generates Microsoft intermediate language (MSIL) instructions.
- sealed Represents a local variable within a method or constructor.
- sealed Defines and represents a method (or constructor) on a dynamic class.
- Defines and represents a module in a dynamic assembly.
- Provides field representations of the Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL) instructions for emission by the ILGenerator class members (such as Emit(System.Reflection.Emit.OpCode)).
- Creates or associates parameter information.
- sealed Defines the properties for a type.
- sealed Provides methods for building signatures.
- sealed Defines and creates new instances of classes during run time.
- Represents a label in the instruction stream. Label is used in conjunction with the ILGenerator class.
- Describes an intermediate language (IL) instruction.
- Defines the access modes for a dynamic assembly.
- Describes how an instruction alters the flow of control.
- Describes the types of the Microsoft intermediate language (MSIL) instructions.
- Describes the operand type of Microsoft intermediate language (MSIL) instruction.
- Specifies one of two factors that determine the memory alignment of fields when a type is marshaled.
- Describes how values are pushed onto a stack or popped off a stack.