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Nomenclature: Implementing a Generic Interface With Argument?

Mack Wilmot
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What would be the proper nomenclature for implementing a generic interface with an argument instead of a type parameter in a class declaration like this?



I have read where some people call it "implementing a concrete generic interface", but I don't know if that is specific enough because I think the class that implements it would be a concrete class whether the argument was provided or not.

What do you say?
Winston Gutkowski
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Mack Wilmot wrote:What would be the proper nomenclature for implementing a generic interface with an argument instead of a type parameter...

I've never really thought about it... "Fixed"? "Typed"?

I have read where some people call it "implementing a concrete generic interface"

Don''t think that's right. After all, it's not really "generic" any more, is it?

Is there any particular reason you asked the question? That might help us.

Winston

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Mack Wilmot
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Winston Gutkowski wrote:
Is there any particular reason you asked the question? That might help us.

Winston


Because I want to know.
 
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