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QuestionIs their a better way than using the Try/Catch statement in this source? Pin
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Agreed that type-safe casting is far superior to blanket try/catch in the original code.

As for "as" vs. "is"... As far as I know, "as" and "is" both cope with nulls the same way, "as", however has an advantage when you need to use the instance through the casted type, i.e. you wouldn't want to do an "is" check only to then do an "as" cast after the fact.

In any event, you should consider exposing functionality common to both product types through the IProduct interface. Inheritence is only a useful design pattern when common functionality exists at certain levels of the type heirarchy -- if you constantly have to up and down cast, you're probably forcing a flawed design.
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QuestionWrapped COM call works during Test, otherwise fails Pin
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Questionhelp me to calculate the CRC!! Pin
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QuestionHow to make single instance? Pin
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