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In this chapter, we got familiar with the concept of generics in TypeScript. Generics are a way to create reusable code that works with a variety of data types. The syntax for generics includes the use of angle brackets to define the type parameter, which can then be used throughout the code to create variables, functions, and interfaces that work with that type.

We can distill the key takeaways from this chapter to the following:

  • We started off by learning that multiple generic types are possible in TypeScript, allowing us to work with more than one type parameter at once. This can be useful when working with complex data structures requiring more than one input type.

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