In C# 2.0, generic collections were added to the language specification allowing for a special kind of collection (in the System.Collections.Generics namespace) that allows you to specific the data type that collection can contain. This is another way to work “strongly typed” further increasing your confidence in the code by catching potential problems during development. Furthermore, you the developer get the benefit of working with data that first does not have to be convert to System.Object and then cast back it’s specific data type before a given item in the collection can be used meaningfully. Bob full demonstrates this powerful concept and outlines its benefits in this video.
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