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Generically Speaking

Although generic classes might seem like only an incremental step at first, they're actually a very big leap in the evolution of .NET programming. Using generics frees you from having to create a new class for every datatype, improves performance, and reduces both development and debugging time. To get the most out of Visual Studio 2005, you really need to try this new feature—you'll find that you like it a lot.

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