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Program 2
using System;

class StringApp{

  public static void Main(){  
    ReportCompare(new String<int>(), new String<int>(1));             
    ReportCompare(new String<int>(1), new String<int>(1));            
    ReportCompare(new String<int>(1,2,3), new String<int>(1));        
    ReportCompare(new String<bool>(false), 
                  new String<bool>(false, true, false));        
    ReportCompare(new String<bool>(true, true, false), 
                  new String<bool>(true, true,false));    

  public static void ReportCompare<T>(String<T> s, String<T> t)
    where T: IComparable<T>{
    Console.WriteLine("Result of comparing {0} and {1}: {2}", 
                      s, t, s.CompareTo(t));

Below, the actual type parameters of 
ReportCompare are inferred from the context.