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Generic arithmetic

Delphi Haven – In terms of syntax, the capabilities of Delphi generics are closely modelled on C#’s implementation, at least as found in C# 2.0, even down to certain quirks that are otherwise difficult to explain — e.g., Delphi using ‘record’ as the name for the general value type constraint (C# uses ‘struct’ for the same thing, with the same overloading of meaning). Modelling as much as possible on the C# implementation is in some ways a good thing (I’ve been reading up on Java generics recently, and ‘oh dear’ is all I have to say about them!). In other ...
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