Type arguments unexpected
An Implements clause supplies type arguments for the interface member it is implementing.
The Implements clause should only identify the interface and member it is implementing. This means that if you are declaring a generic procedure, the Of clause and the type arguments should appear in the main part of the declaration, just as they would if you were not implementing an interface procedure.
The following code can generate this error.
Public Interface testInterface Sub testSub(Of t)() End Interface Public Class testClass Implements testInterface Public Sub testSub() Implements testInterface.testSub(Of t)() End Sub End Class
The declaration preceding the Implements clause should look like the interface definition, except for the possible addition of access or procedure modifiers. The following code avoids the error.
Public Sub testSub(Of t)() Implements testInterface.testSub
Error ID: BC32088
To correct this error
Remove the type argument list from the Implements clause.
If you are implementing a generic member of the interface, then put the type argument list in the main part of the declaration, preceding the Implements keyword.