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What does name mean in C#?

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Silly question here. I've tried googling this but it keeps stripping out the characters I'm searching on. When using C#, what does the <> mean? As in, <Contacts>. It seems like it's being used to inherit the class it's declaring in the <>, but if it is that, couldn't you just inherit it at the start of the class your working in? On the other hand, if it's creating a new Contacts object, couldn't you just say Contacts contacts = new Contacts();? Like I said, I'm not sure what it does =/ Any help?

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