I have a generic-ed list of a custom type
List<MyType> list = new List<MyType>();
I've overridden the .Equals of MyType so that it works if you compare a string or a MyType to it. My question is - is there a way of using List.Contains(string) if the List only contains MyType?
I realise there are other ways I can do it (such as creating a MyType object there and then instead of the string), but is there a way of doing it without having to extend List?