Amusing thoughts before the holidays [Kit George]

Amusing thoughts before the holidays [Kit George]

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We happened to discuss the new naming guideline for generics today, and for whatever reason, or discussion turned to some of the more interesting, and amusing names that could be designed around the decision to use a named generic argument, preceeded by the letter T (example: Dictionary<TKey, TValue>. Ideas centered around two general themes: making a word beginning with T (so simply say the phrase, instead of starting specifically with the 'T' sound), or prhases which had a 'T' sound on there front. I thought I'd leave you with a shortlist before the holidays, have a good one.

Joke<THee>

Stylist<THair>

SumAlgorithm<TTotaler>

Clock<TTime>

Tree<TLeaves>

GolfGame<TOff>

Cup<TBag>

 

class Event<TParty> {}

publc static void Main() {

      Event boston<TeaParty>;

}

 

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