I am having trouble understanding something about Generics in Schildt book on Java 5.0.
On page 31, he states that the types can be the same for a generic like this
TwoGen<String, String> x = new TwoGen<String, String>("A", "B"). Then he goes on to state "In this case, both T and V would be of type String. Of course, if the type arguments were always the same, then two parameters would be unnecessary."
I don't understand what is quotes. Any geniuses want to elaborate?