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It isn't always possible to neatly package all the parameters up in a single object / call. To help with more complicated scenarios, dapper allows the param parameter to be an IDynamicParameters instance. If you do this, your custom AddParameters method is called at the appropriate time and handed t...
connection.Execute(@"some Query with @a,@b,@c", new {a=somevalueOfa,b=somevalueOfb,c=somevalueOfc});
You can use an instance of an object to form your parameters public class SearchParameters { public string SearchString { get; set; } public int Page { get; set; } } var template= new SearchParameters { SearchString = "Dapper", Page = 1 }; var p = new DynamicParameters...

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