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The method accepts a generic list of which the type T must implement (the generic type definition doesn't know implement only extend) Comparable. But the type of Comparable must be T or a super class of T.
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Please correct my English.
André Asantos wrote: Does anybody get to interpret this following code: ->
This says, the sort method accept list of Ts where T must implement comparable interface. Later part actually defined the type of Comparable interface. It says, the comparable interface should be of type of it's base class of current class.
Please see the code below for better understanding.