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I am trying to create a class that uses two levels of inheritance as such:

public class QuickDateTokenParcer<TQuickDateRelative, TUserInputOrderAdjustment>
where TQuickDateRelative : AbstractQuickDateRelative<TUserInputOrderAdjustment>, new() 
where TUserInputOrderAdjustment : AbstractUserInputOrderAdjustment, new()


This would be OK except I really do not like specifying it like:

var dic = new QuickDateTokenParcer<QuickDateRelativePast
      <UserInputOrderAdjustmentMdy>, UserInputOrderAdjustmentMdy>(
	"QuickDateStrings.xml", DateTime.Now);


I can obviously get around this, but would like be able to do the following:

var dic = new QuickDateTokenParcer<QuickDateRelativePast
      <UserInputOrderAdjustmentMdy>>(
	"QuickDateStrings.xml", DateTime.Now);


or the following

var dic = new QuickDateTokenParcer<QuickDateRelativePast,
      UserInputOrderAdjustmentMdy>(
	"QuickDateStrings.xml", DateTime.Now);
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There's always:
C#
using QuickDateRelativePastMdy = QuickDateRelativePast<UserInputOrderAdjustmentMdy>;
//...
var dic = new QuickDateTokenParcer<QuickDateRelativePastMdy,
                                   UserInputOrderAdjustmentMdy>
                   ("QuickDateStrings.xml", DateTime.Now);
 
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Clifford Nelson 3-Oct-12 20:10pm    
Definately an idea, but not what I was hoping for.

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