Here's a minimal example of the code I'm working with:The compiler output is:I have found that this can be worked around by replacing t -> t with Function.identity() or (SomeEnum t) -> t, but I'm not understanding why this is the case. What limitation in javac is causing this behavior?
As we know that if we want to create an object of the class we need to do something:And to create its object we do:
Why does this not compile (tried with java 8 and java 10)? It yields a missing return statement error.
I recently installed jdk10. I was doing normal code and it is not working.Am I doing something wrong here? Please see the code and Exception stacktrace. As far as I understand there should be no reason for such behaviour.
Consider the following codeWhen running on JDK8, this code prints null whereas on JDK10 this code results in NullPointerException
For a challenge, a fellow code golfer wrote the following code:When running this code in Java 8, we get the following result: