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a reference to an object can be cast into a reference of type InterfaceName if the class of the object implements Interface, if the object is a subinterface of InterfaceName or if the object is an array type and InterfaceName is the Cloneable interface.
Can anybody please show a constructive example which has every thing mentioned in the above line.I tried to work out an example but not able to do it properly.Please,Please help me.
 
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Try this. The code is self explanatory.

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somebody,please come up with something.
 
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