Convert an Expression<Func<T,bool>> to a Func<T,Bool>

I'm using Dynamic LINQ and need to be able to query a BindingList.  However, the Where<> on the BindingList accepts a Func<T,bool> and I have an Expression<Func<T,bool>>.

How can I convert the Expression<Func<T,bool>> to Func<T, bool>?
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Richard LeeSoftware EnthusiastCommented:
Try using the compile.

// test scenario
Expression<Func<int, bool>> exp = null;
Func<int, bool> func = null;

func = exp.Compile();


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jpmc_cmsopsAuthor Commented:
Awesome.  That worked.  I didn't even see that in my list of options on the Expression object originally.

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