on 6/19/2012 4:01 AM
Regular readers of my blog will know that from time to time I post some historical notes related to the research projects I've been involved in at Microsoft Research. Recently, I was asked some historical questions about our work on .NET Generics in 2001. To help frame an answer, I thought I'd post one of our research project outputs from 2001 as part of the .NET Generics project.  The attached document is the "GC#" (Generic C#)  language design specification from December 2001, written by the Microsoft Re[...]
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