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The rest of the book covers the Collection API including how each one works and when to each type. It includes concepts like reification I learned a new word that helps you better understand how generics actually work.
Java Generics and Collections covers everything from the most basic uses of generics collectionx the strangest corner cases. Trivia About Java Generics and He is a co-designer of GJ, work that became the basis for gsnerics in Sun’s Java 5. Lists with This Book.
By far the best book on the topic, it provides a crystal clear tutorial that starts with the basics and ends leaving the reader with a deep understanding of both the use and design of generics. This is a pretty good description of Java Generics and how they differ from similar implementations in other languages.
But it will be bit difficult to comprehend if you don’t have some basic understanding of Generics. Any Condition Any Condition.
Return to Book Page. This comprehensive guide shows you how to master the most important changes to Java since it was first released. The first half of the book addresses generics.
He has most recently served as an architect and mentor at NSB Retail Systems plc, and as the leader of the client development team of a major UK government social service system. This Although the front cover seems to suggest that Collections are given less attentions than Generics, that is not the case: Java Generics and Collections covers everything from the most basic uses of generics to the strangest corner cases.
Generics and the greatly expanded collection libraries have tremendously increased the power of Java 5 and Java 6.
Quite heavy going at times but does cover most topics on generics and collections you could possibly need. Java Generics and Collections: Generixs discussion on using generics in application design patterns is invaluable.
Apr 17, Xanan rated it it was amazing. While it certainly provides generica details on generic and collections, it has its “Computer Science ” moments.
This book is a real gem. However, this book is a reference book and can be quite boring to read.
Overall, it is a decent book to learn about Generics. The book dives deep in to the details of Generics and how it is implemented in Java.
Its explanations of the semantics and functionality of the different Collections classes are simple but never pedantic. Much-needed impressive coverage of these two topics.
By Philip WadlerMaurice Naftalin. This item doesn’t belong on this page. As for me i was interested i Finally, i’ve read this book!
Aug 28, Caleb Lee is currently reading it. Goodreads helps you keep track of jqva you want to read. The first part starts introducing Generics concepts but quickly delves into more specific matters shedding light on the darkest corners of generics. Aug 21, Raydhitya Yoseph rated it really liked it.
Recommended to be read by Beginners. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
But they have also confused many developers who haven’t known how to take advantage of these new features. The authors show mastery of collectiosn topic providing lots of technical details as well as critical remarks on how generics evolved the way they did.
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However this is definitely not a book for beginners. This was enough to keep everything interesting. Andrew Cooke on Slashdot: Strangely boring, given that I’ve enjoyed Wadler’s writings on Haskell. Gives good collectons of Collections.
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