See Also: Evaluator Members
This class exposes static methods to execute C# statements and evaluate C# expressions in the current program. Expressions and statements should be fully formed, so they need to end with a semicolon as they would in a regular C# file.
To initialize the evaluator with a number of compiler options call the Init(stringargs) method with a set of command line options that the compiler recognizes.
To interrupt execution of a statement, you can invoke the Evaluator.Interrupt method. This comes in handy if you want to implement a handler for Control-C for example.