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karam chandrabose7-Jan-07 16:19
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Scott Dorman8-Jan-07 17:21
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I agree with Chris. I've dealt with C++ projects where the developer went crazy with typedefs. Even though C# has a similar ability, it is much simpler to use the native data type names. They may not be as short as we want or as clear within the specific application domain, but they are unambigous and standard. I don't have to worry about a new developer trying to understand what an IntStringPair is, or look for it on MSDN. KeyValuePair<int, string> clearly defines the object using terms that everyone is familar with.

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