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Generics - Unchecked conversion warning

O. Ziggy
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Joined: Oct 02, 2005
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I cant figure out why i am getting this warning.



For the following bit of code



both setTimes and setSubset are of type TreeSet<Integer>. I looked at the API and it is saying that TreeSet.headSet returns a NavigableSet<E> which has just confused me even more.

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Goerch Mosi
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Joined: Dec 27, 2010
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Hello O.Ziggy,
because you forgot to define the type at the row where you use headSet(1600)

Try this one. ;-)

setSubset = (TreeSet<Integer>)setTimes.headSet(1600);


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O. Ziggy
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Thanks
Henry Wong
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O. Ziggy wrote:
I looked at the API and it is saying that TreeSet.headSet returns a NavigableSet<E> which has just confused me even more.


NavigableSet is an interface that is implemented by the TreeSet class. A TreeSet IS-A NavigableSet. A NavigableSet is not necessarally a TreeSet. So... it may be a good idea to use NavigableSet instead, as the headSet() method may not always return an object that may be casted to TreeSet, in future implementations.

Henry


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