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How to define a Property in VB.NET using the generic SortedList (Of T, V)?

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Can an expert tell me how to use the generic SortedList as a Property?  Whenever I try the code below, I get an error.

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Public Property Variables() As SortedList(Of String, Variable)()
      Get
        Return (_slVariables)
      End Get
      Set(ByVal svalue As SortedList(Of String, Variable()))
        _slVariables = svalue
      End Set
    End Property

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Public Property Variables() As SortedList(Of String, Variable)
      Get
        Return (_slVariables)
      End Get
      Set(ByVal svalue As SortedList(Of String, Variable)
        _slVariables = svalue
      End Set
End Property

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