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Weakly and strongly typed values in .NET

Why some collections handle weakly and strongly typed values the same but not other

Weakly and strongly typed values in .NET
18 minutes by Yoh Deadfall

Recently I read an interesting article by João Antunes covering how different type of .NET collections handle strongly and weakly typed keys, but it lacks a very important part, an analysis of why some results are almost identical in some cases and not in others. So, let’s dive in and find answers to these questions.

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