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src/m/a/main-HEAD/Languages/IronPython/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t3f.py   main(Download)
# }
 
import First, Second
 
AreEqual(First.Generic1[int, int].Flag, "First.Generic1`2")

src/m/a/main-HEAD/Languages/IronPython/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t3e.py   main(Download)
# }
 
import Second
 
AreEqual(First.Generic1[int, int].Flag, "First.Generic1`2")

src/m/a/main-HEAD/Languages/IronPython/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t3b.py   main(Download)
# }
 
import Second 
 
AreEqual(First.Generic1[str, str].Flag, "First.Generic1`2")      

src/m/a/main-HEAD/Languages/IronPython/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t3a.py   main(Download)
# }
 
import Second
 
AreEqual(First.Generic1[int, int].Flag, "First.Generic1`2")

src/m/a/main-HEAD/Languages/IronPython/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t2f.py   main(Download)
AreEqual(Nongeneric2[int].Flag, "Second.Nongeneric2`1")
 
import First, Second
 
AreEqual(First.Nongeneric1.Flag, "First.Nongeneric1")

src/m/a/main-HEAD/Languages/IronPython/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t2e.py   main(Download)
AssertError(NameError, lambda: Second)
 
import Second
 
AreEqual(First.Nongeneric1.Flag, "First.Nongeneric1")

src/m/a/main-HEAD/Languages/IronPython/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t2b.py   main(Download)
# }
 
import Second
 
AreEqual(First.Nongeneric1.Flag, "First.Nongeneric1")

src/m/a/main-HEAD/Languages/IronPython/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t2a.py   main(Download)
# }
 
import Second
 
AreEqual(First.Nongeneric1.Flag, "First.Nongeneric1")

src/i/r/ironpython3-HEAD/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t3f.py   ironpython3(Download)
# }
 
import First, Second
 
AreEqual(First.Generic1[int, int].Flag, "First.Generic1`2")

src/i/r/ironpython3-HEAD/Tests/interop/net/loadorder/t3e.py   ironpython3(Download)
# }
 
import Second
 
AreEqual(First.Generic1[int, int].Flag, "First.Generic1`2")

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