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Wiep Corbier wrote:
What I want doesn't exist and I'm not interested in alternatives that already exists.
I want something new.

Good luck with that Sparky... I've been coding for over 40 years, and have NEVER come up with a use case for identical class names (I'd really like to see multiple inheritance come back, though).

Your actual problem is your weak design, not a perceived missing feature in C#.

Fix your code.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010
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