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Generic interfaces

Generic interfaces: Java: Generic Classes
Generic interfaces: Java: Generic Classes

Interfaces that are declared with type parameters become generic interfaces. Generic interfaces have the same two purposes as regular interfaces. They are either created to expose members of a class that will be used by other classes, or to force a class to implement specific functionality.

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