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Meaning of "how to refactor code to use the generic versions"

Divyya Joshi
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Generics/Collection as one of the objectives for OCPJP states that "how to refactor code to use the generic versions ". I am not able to get it anywhere.
Can anyone tell me is this given in K&B because i did'nt read it anywhere .
Ankit Garg
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Even though I'm not 100% sure, I think on that topic you just have to know how you can mix generic and non-generic code. You might get a drag and drop question which doesn't uses generics and you'll have to change it to use generics. I don't think you need to specifically prepare for that objective, if you know generics you'll be good for the exam...


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