C# Generics - now!
I'm porting a fair amount of Delphi code to C#. The code doesn't make much use of libraries - it basically involves classes that define elaborate data structures. Is pretty ugly because of all the casting that needs to happen because Delphi doesn't have typed collections. I know, it does, sort of, but I just don't want to set up all that machinery.
You can also use DictionaryBase (in the same namespace), to create dictionary-like behaviour.
Steve Jones (UK)
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I've converting collections from an old VB6 program to C#. After much googling, I found an article in The Code Project very useful for this.
A second for CodeSmith. Until there's generics in .NET, then generative coding is the only way to go for this kind of stuff.
Brad Wilson (dotnetguy.techieswithcats.com)
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