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How do you reference this property: System.Collections.Generic.ICollection<DataSource>

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A property in some class shows up in the object browser as follows:

public System.Collections.Generic.ICollection<DataSourceD ataSources {
get; }

How do I access this property. I'm not sure what the <DataSource>
implies. How do I define the variable that this property gets set to?

Nov 9 '06 #1
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"Polaris431 wrote:
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A property in some class shows up in the object browser as follows:

public System.Collections.Generic.ICollection<DataSourceD ataSources {
get; }

How do I access this property. I'm not sure what the <DataSource>
implies. How do I define the variable that this property gets set to?
This is off-topic here. Please post it to comp.lang.java.

Nov 9 '06 #2

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Polaris431 wrote:
A property in some class shows up in the object browser as follows:

public System.Collections.Generic.ICollection<DataSourceD ataSources {
get; }

How do I access this property. I'm not sure what the <DataSource>
implies. How do I define the variable that this property gets set to?
I think you you ask this in a C-*sharp* group. Here, we do plain ordinary
traditional sweet C.

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Nov 9 '06 #3

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