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Sybex OCA Java 8 Study Guide: assessment test answer to question 17

 
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Hi.

Introduction, page XLII.

Autoboxing works for collections not inferring predicates.


Maybe "not" should be "of"?
The point is that lambda expression without declared types works with autoboxing, but it's ompile time error to explicitly declare primitive int instead of Integer, right?
 
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Confirmed and added to the errata. Good eye!

And you are correct about the point we were trying to make; if one lists the type, it needs to match.
 
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