I am a beginner in C#, and just started learning about Generics. I was doing some code review and ran across this:
List<string> myList = new List<string>();
Just by looking at it, how can I determine if it's a generic list or a regular list?
Also, the book says a Generic type's naming convention says the type should start with a T. What if the code is not following normal naming conventions. Is there anything that tells you this is a generic type -- without writing any code to check if it is or isn't