This is from the Stream interface from Oracle's implementation of JDK 8:and it is very easy to blow this up at run time and no warning will be generated at compile time. Here is an example:
This is from the Stream interface from Oracles implementation of JDK 8:and it is very easy to blow this in run-time and no warning will be generated in compile time, here is an example:
I am trying to sort two different ArrayLists of objects by a specific atribute ('Student' objects by "program" and 'Professor' objects by "faculty"). Both classes extend my abstract 'Person' class.
UUID in java implements Comparable. Which seems a bit weird to me, since, in almost all cases UUIDs are randomly generated (or deserialized from somewhere but still they were probably originally randomly generated).