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Question'Switch on 'Type: C# 7,8 offer no relief; and, Eric Lippert is still right Pin
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I think what C#/.NET would need (and I'm not sure it's even possible) in order to completely obviate the need for type checking in generics is a way to do true specialization at the very least.

Unless I'm missing something (and I don't have an example offhand but I run into it from time to time), you can't entirely replace the ability to declare both MyClass<t> and MyClass<char> with function template specialization, short of using all static classes or something.

I always felt like either I was missing something, or .NET was here.

Generics always struck me as less elegant than C++ source based templates anyway. I like the idea of them being truly typed and binary but the tradeoffs are irritating.
When I was growin' up, I was the smartest kid I knew. Maybe that was just because I didn't know that many kids. All I know is now I feel the opposite.

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