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    Grammar

    I'd like to know if there is a grammar rule to define a delegate ? Could you let me know please ?

    Thank you

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    Re: Grammar

    I'd like to learn about Types
    I have learn basics of types (char/Char, String/string/StringBuilder, int/Int/Int32/Int64 etc)
    I'd like to know how they are represented as T only ?
    I have checked my school syllabus of all 4 years on college that there is NO SUCH A COURSE ABOUT PROGRAMMING TYPES. Why the heck do books about Types exist in amazon ? They bring up all bunches of weird definitions and symbols that a colleger doesn't understand.
    Somebody please ?

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