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For types known at compile-time, use a generic parameter with Query<T>. public class Dog { public int? Age { get; set; } public Guid Id { get; set; } public string Name { get; set; } public float? Weight { get; set; } public int IgnoredProperty { get { return 1; } ...
You can also query dynamically if you leave off the generic type. IDBConnection db = /* ... */; IEnumerable<dynamic> result = db.Query("SELECT 1 as A, 2 as B"); var first = result.First(); int a = (int)first.A; // 1 int b = (int)first.B; // 2
var color = "Black"; var age = 4; var query = "Select * from Cats where Color = :Color and Age > :Age"; var dynamicParameters = new DynamicParameters(); dynamicParameters.Add("Color", color); dynamicParameters.Add("Age", age); using (var connectio...

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