on 7/5/2012 11:53 AM
A bit more C#/.NET generics research project history. Attached is the "Ext-VOS" white paper from back in 1999. We passed this around to many Project-7 members at the time. Way back in the dark, dark days of object-oriented fundamentalism (i.e. the 1990s), for the big, typed languages like Java there were no function values, no delegates, no closures. There were no generic types, no tuple types, no Task<T>, no IEnumerable<T>, no IQueryable<T>, no List<T>, no Dictionary<Key,Value>. There was no LINQ, and cou[...]
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