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Looking at Generics and wow what a difference, it is to use them
intstead of creating a Class, a Clas:CollectionBase; forgive spelling and syntax..... The creating Add and remove indexers etc.....

 I wonder if people still use the old methods.... it took me quiet some time to work out , what these things did etc....

Then i got to chapter 12 of the book to see i had been cheated..


Still i wonder if i could have some pointers as to further examples of basic generics...... since i can see the book is taking off, and i am trying to put on my flying jacket.


Larry.






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