Returns a default equality comparer for the type specified by the generic argument.
Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
The following example creates two dictionary collections of type Box. Both dictionaries are created with the constructor that takes an EqualityComparer(T) as a parameter.
To determine the equality of dictionary keys, the boxesByDim dictionary uses an equality comparer (BoxEqDimensions) that uses the implementation of the IEquatable(T).Equals method in the Box class. Two boxes are considered equal if their dimensions are the same.
The boxesByVol dictionary uses an equality comparer (BoxEqVolume) that defines equality by volume. Two boxes are considered equal if their volumes are the same.
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