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I've been doing some very preliminary performance tests comparing the new generic collections in .NET 2.0 to the performance of non-generic collections. Based on these first results, I think I can say that there are definite performance improvements.
To test performance, I created a simple class--''Thing'', that has two properties, a string ...
Generics are one of the important new features of the .NET CLR for Whidbey. But .NET is not the only platform that will eventually support Generics -- also known as ''parameterized polymorphism''. In googling around the internet looking for articles and comments recently, I came across the following interesting comments about Generics in ...