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Using generics with enums

 
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Hi All,

I have a use case of an enum A, that has 4 values & these 4 values maps to 4 different emums , so that i can access the values of those enums

E.g:

I can do A.Value_1.getMappedEnum().Value_1.1

or A.Value_2.getMappedEnum().Value_2.2

I feel this can be achieved by using generics + enums. I have not succeeded in doing so.
My source of truth is http://madbean.com/2004/mb2004-3/ & http://www.angelikalanger.com/GenericsFAQ/FAQSections/TypeParameters.html#FAQ106.


Could anyone please help me in achieving this.


Regards,
Sumit
 
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