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VB.Net Tutorial » Generics » Generic List 
9.4.3.Generic list of user objects
Imports System.Collections.Generic
public class Test
  
   public Shared Sub Main


        Dim emp_list As New EmployeeList
        emp_list.Add(New Employee("G""M"))
        emp_list.Add("Z""M")

   End Sub
   
End class

Public Class Employee
    Private m_FirstName As String
    Private m_LastName As String
    Public Sub New(ByVal first_name As String, ByVal last_name As String)
        m_FirstName = first_name
        m_LastName = last_name
    End Sub
    Public Overrides Function ToString() As String
        Return m_FirstName & " " & m_LastName
    End Function
End Class

Public Class EmployeeList
    Inherits List(Of Employee)

    Public Overloads Sub Add(ByVal first_name As String, ByVal last_name As String)
        Dim emp As New Employee(first_name, last_name)
        MyBase.Add(emp)
    End Sub
End Class
9.4.Generic List
9.4.1.Use generic List
9.4.2.Sort(IComparer<(Of <(T>)>)) and the BinarySearch(T, IComparer<(Of <(T>)>))
9.4.3.Generic list of user objects
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