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Why don’t UI frameworks use generics?

One way of looking at type safety is that it adds automatic tests all over your code that stop some things breaking in some ways. One of the tools that helps this in .NET is generics. However, both ...
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Is absence of generic OrderedDictionary class in .NET framework really a design flaw?

I was absolutly sure that I need one (and some SO users too), but it turns out that my case was easily refactored with simple List<object>, and more I think about it I am no so sure anymore that ...
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How do I pronounce generic type names that contain backtick characters?

Given this type name: System.Nullable`1 How does the backtick character influence the pronunciation of this type name in its entirety? Put another way, how do I fluently pronounce that type name? ...