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Posted 4 Jul 2011

MultiKeyDictionary generic class.

, 4 Jul 2011
AsFYI: In addition to my previous comments, here is the link to an excellent article published by Aron Weiler on CodeProject addressing the same issue of Multi-Key Dictionary Object: C# Multi-key Generic Dictionary[^]

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5 Jul 2011
Oleg Subachev
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21 Feb 2012
Aron Weiler
Here's an alternative... use the original code (as posted by DrABELL) that I wrote years ago, instead of this plagiarized compiled crap.

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