[Mono-list] How do I reference generic classes in C#???
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Fri Jan 9 10:46:31 EST 2009
Also, each FooGen<int>, FooGen<float>, etc, is an entirely different
class, and each class has its own static members.
So if you do FooGen<int>.f = 5, FooGen<float>.f will still be 8. So be
On 01/08/2009 11:46 PM, Olexandr Melnyk wrote:
> You need to specify the concrete FooGen you're referring to, as in:
> FooGen<int>.f, FooGen<float>f etc.
> On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 9:29 AM, neptune235<muchomuse at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The following Code Fails:
>> using System;
>> namespace TestGenerics
>> //some generic class
>> public class FooGen<T>
>> //some static attribute we want to get at
>> public static int f = 8;
>> class MainClass
>> public static void Main(string args)
>> This gives me the error: "The name 'FooGen' does not exist in this current
>> context (CS0103)"
>> Yet if I erase the<T>, making FooGen a non-generic class, it works fine. So
>> how do I directly access a generic class?
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