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I'm getting the warning as: [unchecked] unchecked call to add(E) as a member of the raw type java.util.List

Kindly throw some light on this.
 
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That's because List is a generic type, but you aren't using generics. If you change List to List<String> everywhere the warnings will go away. Remember they're only warnings...but you should always use the generic version (unless you have to work with legacy libraries that don't).
 
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Thank you Matthew.
 
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This might be worth reading over.
 
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