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اخر اخبار الاسهم class Gen<T>{ }

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كيف استطيع بيع اسهم قديمه بالانتر نت If ‘X’ is an interface then any type which is the implementation class of ‘X’ is allowed as the type parameter.

class Gen<T extends Number>{
}

In this case as the type parameter we can take either number or it’s child classes.

Gen<Integer> g1 = new Gen<Integer>();//Valid
Gen<String> g2 = new Gen<String>();//In valid
//Because type parameter String is not with in it's bound

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class Gen<T extends Runnable>{
}

In this case,As the type parameter we can take any implementation class of Runnable interface.

Gen<Thread> t1 = new Gen<Thread>();

Because Thread is implementation class of Runnable

Gen<String> t2 = new Gen<String>();//Invalid

Because String is not implementation class of Runnable interface.

In generics,we have only extends keyword and there is no implements keyword. It’s purpose is also survived by using extends keyword only.

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class Generic<T extends Number> {
	T ob;

	Generic(T ob) {
		this.ob = ob;
	}

	void show() {
		System.out.println("The int value is :" + ob.intValue());
	}
}

class GenericDemo {
	public static void main(String arg[]) {
		Generic<Integer> t1 = new Generic<Integer>(new Integer(10));
		t1.show();
		Generic<Double> t2 = new Generic<Double>(10.5);
		t2.show();
		//Generic<String> t3 = new Generic<String>("Java");//Invalid
		//t3.show();
	}
}
/*
Output:
The int value is :10
The int value is :10
*/