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pass class to generic typescript

export class ImportedClass {
    public constructor(something: any) {
    }
    public async exampleMethod() {
        return "hey";
    }
}

interface GenericInterface {
    new(something: any): T;
}

export class Simulator }> {
    public constructor(private c: GenericInterface) {
    }
    async work() {
        const instanceTry = new this.c("hello");
        await instanceTry.exampleMethod();
    }
}
const simulator = new Simulator(ImportedClass);
simulator.work()

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. I have a class that I want to import from another file.
2. I have a generic interface that I want to use to create an instance of the imported class.
3. I have a class that uses the generic interface to create an instance of the imported class.
4. I create an instance of the class that uses the generic interface.
5. I call a method on the instance of the imported class.

The problem is that the compiler doesn’t know that the imported class has the method that I’m calling.

I’ve tried using the --noImplicitAny flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --noImplicitThis flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictNullChecks flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictFunctionTypes flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictPropertyInitialization flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply flag, but that doesn’t help.

I’ve tried using the --strictBindCallApply

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