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I have a scenario where we develop a class library which we give to the clients to use in their applications.

Inside the library we have implementations like:
IList<string> ModulesPath = new List<string>(16);
This 'ModulesPath' is used inside the class library (not exposed to the user). So is it correct to have 'ModulesPath' of type IList or List?

However we have another vaiable as:
IIAD i = InstrumentDomain.iad;
here 'IIAD' is a interface(which is in a separate class library) and 'InstrumentDomain' is the class which implements it(this is in a different class library.)

We give both the dlls to the client so that he can write a code as above.
So here, should 'i' be of type IIAD or of type InstrumentDomain i.e. the concrete class?
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