Type Inference from Arguments

Java-Type Inference from Arguments

Type Inference from Arguments Generally generic method infer its type from its argument. For example , in the following generic method showAndGetV( ) calls look like normal method calls. But what if there is more than one argument? For example, following generic method showAndGetV( ) contain two arguments : All looks well when we give it … Read more…

Type Inference from Assignment Context

Java-Type Inference from Assignment Context

Type Inference from Assignment Context Generally generic method infer its type from its argument. For example, in the following generic method showAndGetV( ) calls look like normal method calls. But what if the type variable isn’t used in any of the arguments or the method has no arguments? Suppose the method only has a parametric … Read more…

Scope of Generic Method Type Parameters

Java-Generic Methods

Generic Methods It is possible to declare a generic method that uses one or more type parameters of its own. You can define generic methods in an ordinary or generic class. Methods within a generic type definition can also have independent type parameters. Generic methods are smarter and can figure out their parameter types from their usage … Read more…