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what problem is this???

Nicky Eng
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when i compile the "", every path was correct, but after compile it, it give me something like this :

what is that means??? anyone know??? what is the solution??

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David O'Meara

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I believe this is a warning about a new JDK 1.5 feature, warning you that you are not using generics. Don't worry about it for now.
Nicky Eng
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so it was okay to leave it like that?
SunilRee Gupta

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Same Code I have compiled in java version 1.4.2_04. I did not get any warning, note etc.

It seems it just Note, probably yu can ignore it.
Mark Spritzler

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Yes, you can either ignore it or use Generics on you Collection. Like

Then you no longer will get warnings.


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Nicky Eng
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thanks all....

my this problem solved.
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