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I think so. Do you know of an example anywhere that you could point me to?

Right now, I have something like:
<code>
IndexType IEnumerator<IndexType>.Current{...}
KeyValuePair<IndexType, T> IEnumerator<KeyValuePair<IndexType, T>>.Current{...}
</code>
and I am getting the error
<code>Error 1 foreach statement cannot operate on variables of type 'Myclass<int,int>' because it implements multiple instantiations of 'System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<T>', try casting to a specific interface instantiation 232</code>

The foreach statement is
<code>foreach (int i in info)</code>
where info is of type Myclass<int,int>
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