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vendikonda sravan
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i didn't get why the line below is not leagal

"List<Animal>animals=new ArrayList<Animal>(); "
can anyone help me understand that

Henry Wong

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I am assuming that you are concluding that the line is not legal due to a compile error? Can you show us what the error is?


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vendikonda sravan
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thanks for the replay but it yes was some syntactical compilation error as you said have corrected it & it works .
I agree. Here's the link:
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