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Calling a generic method generically still produces warnings.

 
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I dont understand why the following call to testMethod() generates compiler warnings.



The warning:


I thought the compiler warnings will only appear if you mix generic code with non-generic code.
 
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O. Ziggy wrote:
I thought the compiler warnings will only appear if you mix generic code with non-generic code.


SubArrayList schould be defined this way to avoid warnings:

 
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ah thats where i made the mistake..

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