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Need help in Garbage collection and Generics Topic

 
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Hi All,


I don't know how to deal with GC and Generics kind of questions...Please guide me how to deal it..
Can anybody explain me with some examples ?


Thanks in advance,
SR
 
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Shouldn't this be in the Beginners section?

If you really have no concept of GC(Garbage Collection) or Generics, then I highly recommend some reading time.

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Maybe, you can search through our previous post to learn more about generics / GC.

If you don't feel comfortable with generics, read the KB's book about using generics in List / ArrayList.

The exam objective only covers a small part about generics.

For more information, read The Complete Java Reference or Mughal/Rasumenssen's SCJP study guide for more details about generics.

 
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