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Passing a generic class to a non generic method

Mehdi Gholam asked:

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Say we have a the following generic class:
public class Node<T> {}

But we need to pass this to a non generic method in a none generic class :
public class classname
    public void SomeMethod(Node?? node) { }

How can this be done?
Tags: C#


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