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Geesh. Did you read my OP? Considering the rest of your post, I guess I shouldn't be that surprised. I already tried an Explicit layout. From my OP: "I tried using a generic with using StructLayout.Explicit but I got a runtime error stating that this is not supported". In other words currently, .NET doesn't allow using explicit layouts with generics. And just because YOU don't find anything valuable doesn't mean it isn't. You apparently don't understand the nature of efficient memory management; nor "robustness"; and your disregard for "oldtimers" is very revealing about both your experience and nature. I would change that attitude before you spend your life eating your words. FYI, my reply above to my own topic is a solution to the problem. What is more robust than not having to introduce a new data type?

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