20.1 State whether each of the following is true or false. If false, explain why.
a) A generic method cannot have the same method name as a nongeneric method.
b) All generic method declarations have a type-parameter list that immediately precedes the method name.
c) A generic method can be overloaded by another generic method with the same method name but a different number of type parameters.
d) A type parameter can be declared only once in the type-parameter list but can appear more than once in the method’s parameter list.
e) Type-parameter names among different generic methods must be unique.
f) The scope of a generic class’s type parameter is the entire class.
g) A type parameter can have at most one interface constraint, ...