Type parameters cannot be used as qualifiers
A programming element is qualified with a qualification string that includes a type parameter.
A type parameter represents a requirement for a type that is to be supplied when the generic type is constructed. It does not represent a specific defined type. A qualification string must include only elements that are defined at compile time.
The following statements can generate this error.
Public Function checkText(Of c As System.Windows.Forms.Control)( ByVal badText As String) As Boolean Dim saveText As c.Text ' Insert code to look for badText within saveText. End Function
Error ID: BC32098
To correct this error
Remove the type parameter from the qualification string, or replace it with a defined type.
If you need to use a constructed type to locate the programming element being qualified, you must use additional program logic.