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Hello,
ArrayList class has size() and get() methods, so to invoke these methods on an ArrayList object is fine but how this is going on a List interface reference ?


 
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Both these methods are declared in the List interface. Check the javadoc
 
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neha. bajaj wrote:Hello,
ArrayList class has size() and get() methods, so to do invoke these methods on an ArrayList object is fine but how this is going on an List interface reference ?



because, ArrayList implements List and List declare get,size methods.

I assume you are also wondering how List changes are reflected in to backed array?
from asList javadoc:


Returns a fixed-size list backed by the specified array. (Changes to
* the returned list "write through" to the array.)


 
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and Welcome to JavaRanch
 
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Seetharaman Venkatasamy wrote:and Welcome to JavaRanch



Thank you Seetharaman.
 
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output [I@1172e08

How to get output of this code in some meaningful way ?
 
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Or by using proper generics you can get rid of the cast:
 
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Seetharaman Venkatasamy wrote:



Rob Spoor wrote:Or by using proper generics you can get rid of the cast:




I think that this may be a case of answering the question, but ignoring the problem -- as it seems that the OP is under the impression that the asList() method will convert an array of primitives into a list of wrapped objects.

Henry
 
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