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Warning : Compiling code with JDK1.6

 
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Hi All,

I am facing below problem while compiling the source code.


I had the code which is written and compiled using the JDK1.4 now as I want to update that to JDK 1.6 i am facing the above problem at various places.
As it is a warning displayed everytime, i want to know whether there is any way around apart from changing the code.

Please help!
 
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My hint

 
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If you want to update the code, then you need to add the casts; that's part of what updating the code would mean!

If you just want the warnings to go away, you could compile in JDK 1.4 compatibility mode

javac -source 1.4 -target 1.4 Foo.java
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:
If you want to update the code, then you need to add the casts; that's part of what updating the code would mean!


Or, in this case, remove the null from invoke:

Because varargs allow you to pass zero elements, which will be treated as an array of size zero.
 
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