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How to know the type of some object implements IComparable<T>?

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then find out what is T?

Aug 19 '07 #1
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T is whatever you make T become. T becomes whatever you instantiate
the generic to be.

Hence the term 'generics'.

Aug 20 '07 #2

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then find out what is T?

Type.GetInterfaces()

on each interface, check IsGenericType, check if GetGenericTypeDefinition()
== typeof(IComparable<>) and then call GetGenericArguments()
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