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  • Very interesting! Your use of dtlgeaees reminds me of the Strategy Pattern, but allows for much quicker and more concise implementation for simpler strategies because the developer doesn't have to implement a whole interface which describes the small strategy and entire subclasses to implement the strategy. It's definitely going into my repertoire of C# programming techniques.I hope you don't mind that I nitpick a little, and do correct me if I'm wrong, but I found your statement that dtlgeaees in C# allow you to assign a type to a particular method signature left me a little confused for a bit because method signature typically refers to the method's name, order of parameters, and type of parameters. However, it seems the dtlgeaees assign not only the order and type of parameters but also the return type of the function, and it does not assign it a name. For me who doesn't have much experience using dtlgeaees, it would have been much clearer to say dtlgeaees in C# allow you to assign a method type to a particular order and type of parameters and return type , so I wouldn't mistakenly believe dtlgeaees restrict the method name.