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12.1.1.Life without GenericsPrevious/Next

When retrieving a member from stringList1, you get an instance of java.lang.Object. In order to work with the original type of the member element, you must first downcast it to String.

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;

public class MainClass {

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    List stringList1 = new ArrayList ();
    stringList1.add ("Java 5");
    stringList1.add ("with generics");



    String s1 = (StringstringList1.get (0);
    
  }

}
12.1.Generics Basics
12.1.1. Life without Generics
12.1.2. What Are Generics? A Simple Generics Example
12.1.3. Generics Work Only with Objects
12.1.4. A Generic Class with Two Type Parameters
12.1.5. Introducing Generic Types
12.1.6. Working with generic List
12.1.7. Nested generic type
12.1.8. A generic type can accept more than one type variables.
12.1.9. Raw Types and Legacy Code