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Figure 6 - Question 11.
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Question 12

Design and write a class named A12Box which, when used in conjunction with the code shown in Listing 7 , will compile and run successfully producing the output shown in Figure 7 .

Listing 7 - Question 12.
/*File Q12.java ************************************************/public class Q12{public static void main(String[] args){A12Box<String,Integer>boxA = new A12Box<>("abcde",new Integer(500)); System.out.println(boxA.get1());System.out.println(boxA.get2());A12Box<Integer,String>boxB = new A12Box<>(new Integer(900),"fghijkl"); System.out.println(boxB.get1());System.out.println(boxB.get2()); }//end main}//end class Q12 //=============================================//
Figure 7 - Question 12.
abcde 500900 fghijkl

Answer 12

Question 13

Given: When mixing legacy code with generic code, you may encounter messages similar to those shown in Figure 8 .

Figure 8 - Question 13.
Note: Example.java uses unchecked or unsafe operations. Note: Recompile with -Xlint:unchecked for details.

True or False: In such cases, the term "unchecked" means that the compiler does not have enough type information to perform all type checks necessary to ensure type safety.

Answer 13

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Answer 13

True.

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Answer 12

One possible solution is provided in Listing 8 below.

Listing 8 - Answer 12.
/*File A12Box.java ************************************************/public class A12Box<T1,T2>{ private T1 t1;private T2 t2; public A12Box(T1 t1,T2 t2){this.t1 = t1; this.t2 = t2;}//end constructorpublic T1 get1(){ return t1;}//end get1public T2 get2(){ return t2;}//end get2 }//end A12Box//=============================================//

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Answer 11

One possible solution is provided in Listing 9 below.

Listing 9 - Answer 11.
/*File A11Box.java ************************************************/public class A11Box<T>{ private T t;public A11Box(T t){ this.t = t;}//end constructorpublic T get(){ return t;}//end get }//end A11Box//=============================================//

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Answer 10

True.

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Answer 9

False. This program produces the error message shown in Figure 9 below.

Figure 9 - Answer 9.
Q09.java:8: error: illegal start of type Box<>box = new Box<Integer>(); ^1 error

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Answer 8

One possible solution is shown in Listing 10 below.

Listing 10 - Answer 8.
/*File A08Box.java ************************************************/public class A08Box<T>{ private T t;public void set(T t){ this.t = t;}//end setpublic T get(){ return t;}//end get }//end A08Box//=============================================//

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Answer 7

False. This program produces the compiler errors shown in Figure 10 below.

Figure 10 - Answer 7.
Q07.java:8: error: type Box does not take parameters Box<Integer>box = new Box<Integer>(); ^Q07.java:8: error: type Box does not take parameters Box<Integer>box = new Box<Integer>(); ^2 errors

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Answer 6

True.

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Answer 5

True.

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Answer 4

True.

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Answer 3

False. The correct statement is:

"Type parameters provide a way for you to re-use the same code with different inputs. The inputs to type parameters are types ."

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Answer 2

True,

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Answer 1

False. The correct statement is

"Generics add stability to your code by making more of your bugs detectable at compile time ."

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