I have built several custom controls and have recently had a need to access them in a polymorphic or generic fashion. I would like to known if it is possible to use the implements key word inside of a custom control using a generic interface. I have tried to do this with no success. The problem happens when I try to set the custom control to the generic interface an error for type mismatch occurs.
I have used the implements in many occasions with no problem in regular classes. Maybe Custom Controls do not allow this. Please help. Thank You.
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