Partial method corner cases
Chapter 7: Concluding C# 2: the final features: 7.1.3
Last updated: 2/26/2008
Partial methods sound reasonably straightforward, don't they? Well, consider an expression tree which is built from a lambda expression which calls a partial method. If the partial method is removed, the lambda expression can't be converted into an expression tree any more, as there's no such thing as an expression tree which does absolutely nothing.
I'm so glad I don't write compilers.