Friday, 16 September 2011

Generic Types in

Generic Types

Classes and structs can be defined with one or more type parameters. Client code supplies the type when it creates an instance of the type. For example The List <(Of <( T >)>) class in the System.Collections.Generic namespace is defined with one type parameter. Client code creates an instance of a List<string> or List<int> to specify the type that the list will hold. For more information

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