on 3/19/2011 6:07 PM
C# 4.0 allows to declare variance compatibility for delegates and interfaces. This means, for instance, that one can assign an IEnumerable<Cat> to an IEnumerable<Animal>.  The term variance compatibility, in this context, defines the kind of assignment compatibility between two closed generic types, which exists when the parameters of those types are derived from each other (or are themselves variant to each other). In other words: Given two types T1<P1> and T2<P2>,  variance defines how T1 is assignment c[...]
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