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BillWoodruff11-May-22 3:29
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Richard Deeming12-May-22 2:18
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I'm still not entire sure what you're trying to achieve.

If a generic collection contains mixed types, those types must either inherit from a base class, or implement an interface. If the collection class is public, then trying to further restrict the types it can contain to those in the current assembly, or an approved list of assemblies, is usually a sign of a broken design.



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QuestionAccess of simple activex component with only one method created in .net (using vb.net/c#) from child object created using window.open causes Catastrophic failure. Pin
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