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Figure 5 - Question 5.
class java.awt.Frame class java.awt.Frameclass java.awt.Window class java.awt.Windowclass javax.swing.JFrame class javax.swing.JFrame

Answer 5

Question 6

True or False: The code shown in Listing 6 will compile and run successfully producing the output shown in Figure 6 .

Listing 6 - Question 6.

/*File Q06.java ************************************************/import java.util.ArrayList; import java.awt.Window;import java.awt.Frame; import javax.swing.JFrame;public class Q06{ /*Given: Component extends ObjectContainer extends Component Window extends ContainerFrame extends Window JFrame extends FrameThe getClass method is defined in the Object class. When called on a reference to an object,the method returns the name of the class from which the object was instantiated.*/ public static void main(String[]args){ Frame frame0 = new Frame("Frame0");ArrayList<Frame>listA = new ArrayList<>(); listA.add(frame0);listA.add(new Frame("Frame1")); display(listA);ArrayList<Window>listB = new ArrayList<>(); listB.add(new Window(frame0));listB.add(new Window(frame0)); display(listB);ArrayList<JFrame>listC = new ArrayList<>(); listC.add(new JFrame("JFrame0"));listC.add(new JFrame("JFrame1")); display(listC);}//end main //-------------------------------------------//static void display( ArrayList<? super Frame>list){ for(Object n : list){System.out.println(n.getClass()); }//end for loopSystem.out.println();//blank line }//end display}//end class Q06
Figure 6 - Question 6.
class java.awt.Frame class java.awt.Frameclass java.awt.Window class java.awt.Windowclass javax.swing.JFrame class javax.swing.JFrame

Answer 6

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Answer 6

False. This program attempts to illustrate the use of a lower bounded wildcard to define a generic method that will accept an incoming reference to anobject of a generic class where the parameter type for the object is equal to or above the type of the wildcard in the inheritance hierarchy. The lower boundedwildcard type for the display method is Frame. Therefore, the display method will accept references to ArrayList objects for parameter types Frame, Window,Container, Component, or Object, but it will not accept a reference to an ArrayList object for parameter type JFrame. Therefore, the program will notcompile, resulting in the error shown in Figure 7 .

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