Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Generics in Java 5.0

The feature of Generics in Java allows Applications to create classes and objects that can operate on any defined types. Programmers can now make use of the Generics feature for a much better code. There is no need for un-necessary casting when dealing with Objects in a Collection. This article provides a detailed overview of Generics and its usage in different context with samples. To start with, it illustrates the need for Generics and the difficulties faced by the Developers before its origin. It will explain in detail on how to write Generic Classes, Generic Methods and so on. Then the various aspects of Bound Constraints and Wild-cards will be discussed.

Generics in Java 5.0 [Discuss Here]