#1,040 – Deriving from a Constructed Type

You can define a generic class that inherits from another generic class, for example:

public class ListPlus<T> : List<T>

You can also derive from a constructed type, rather than a generic type.  A constructed type is just a generic type with the type parameters filled in (type arguments provided).

For example:

    public class DogListPlus : List<Dog>
        public void AddTwoDogs(Dog d1, Dog d2)

We can then use this new type as follows:

            DogListPlus dogList = new DogListPlus();
            Dog fido = new Dog("Fido");
            Dog bowser = new Dog("Bowser");
            dogList.AddTwoDogs(fido, bowser);