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If you try to create the following generic class, the compiler will give a warning as the class Stupid is final.
It is obviously impossible to create a (parametrized) object of Generic as the type parameter can only be Stupid,
but the class itself does not implement the interface Runnable.
For the following class, the compiler does not give any warning, so I assume it might be possible to create an object of the class, using
However, I did not yet succeed to find a way to create an object of the class. Any ideas?