Chapter 22. Generics
...our special individuality, as distinguished from our generic humanity.
|--Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.|
Every man of genius sees the world at a different angle from his fellows.
Born under one law, to another bound.
In this chapter you’ll learn:<objective>
To create generic methods that perform identical tasks on arguments of different types.</objective> <objective>
To create a generic
Stack class that can be used to store objects of any class or interface type.
To understand how to overload generic methods with nongeneric methods or with other generic methods.</objective> <objective>
To understand the
new() constraint of a ...