RuntimeBinderException: Cannot implicitly convert type

Question: How do you resolve the error that says "RuntimeBindingException: Cannot implicitly convert type 'System.Runtime.CompilerServices.ConfiguredTaskAwaitable<System.Collections.Generic.List<ClassName>>' to 'System.Collections.IEnumerable'

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Answer: There is a chance that you are calling an Async Function in your Controller without Waiting for Results. Just add an "await" in front of the function call from your Controller.

RuntimeBinderException: Cannot implicitly convert type

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Cannot Implicitly Convert Type ============================================== When developing software, it is common to encounter errors that can be difficult to diagnose and resolve. One such error that developers may come across is the `RuntimeBinderException
Cannot implicitly convert type` error. In this blog post, we will explore what this error means, why it occurs, and how to fix it. What is a RuntimeBinderException? ------------------------------- A `RuntimeBinderException` is an exception that is thrown by the .NET runtime when it encounters a type conversion issue during runtime. This can happen when you try to cast or convert one type to another, but the conversion cannot be done implicitly. Implicit conversions are automatic type conversions that the compiler performs at compile time. For example, if you have an integer variable and you try to add a decimal value to it, the compiler will automatically convert the decimal value to an integer before performing the addition operation. However, some conversions cannot be done implicitly, and in these cases, the runtime will throw a `RuntimeBinderException`. Why does a RuntimeBinderException occur? --------------------------------------

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