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C# Language Type Parameters (Methods)



void MyGenericMethod<T1, T2, T3>(T1 a, T2 b, T3 c)
    // Do something with the type parameters.


There is no need to supply type arguements to a genric method, because the compiler can implicitly infer the type.

int x =10;
int y =20;
string z = "test";

However, if there is an ambiguity, generic methods need to be called with type arguemnts as

MyGenericMethod<int, int, string>(x,y,z);