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OrderedDictionary<T>: A generic implementation of IOrderedDictionary

, 1 May 2007 78.1K 1.6K 42
Describes the implementation of the framework's OrderedDictionary, its advantages and disadvantages, and shows how to create a generic collection which implements the IOrderedDictionary interface.


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Overboard Software
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United States United States
David Nelson has been programming in various languages for 17 years, and has been programming in .NET (C# and VB.NET) since 2003.
He is a MCTS in .NET 2.0 Web Applications, and is a moderator on the MSDN Forums (

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