Generic Parameter - Pass Another Control Type And Execute Exact Same Logic

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I have a class constructor which accepts a Listbox.


I need to be able to pass another control type and execute the exact same logic in one of the methods... Seems like a use for Generics... I'm not so sure about the syntax... The type of control that I will pass is a rad combo box which has many of the same properties of the listBox control. However, RadComboBox does not inherit from listBox or dropDown so I am unable to cast. When changing the signature of the constructor to As RadComboBox as well as the property and field the method works as expected. I am trying to avoid duplicating code here.

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