D- the type of generic declaration that declared the underlying type variable.
public interface TypeVariable<D extends GenericDeclaration> extends Type, AnnotatedElement
Multiple objects may be instantiated at run-time to represent a given type variable. Even though a type variable is created only once, this does not imply any requirement to cache instances representing the type variable. However, all instances representing a type variable must be equal() to each other. As a consequence, users of type variables must not rely on the identity of instances of classes implementing this interface.
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Returns an array of AnnotatedType objects that represent the use of types to denote the upper bounds of the type parameter represented by this TypeVariable.
Returns an array of
Returns the name of this type variable, as it occurs in the source code.
Typeobjects representing the upper bound(s) of this type variable. Note that if no upper bound is explicitly declared, the upper bound is
For each upper bound B:
ParameterizedTypefor the details of the creation process for parameterized types).
Types representing the upper bound(s) of this type variable
TypeNotPresentException- if any of the bounds refers to a non-existent type declaration
MalformedParameterizedTypeException- if any of the bounds refer to a parameterized type that cannot be instantiated for any reason
GenericDeclarationobject representing the generic declaration declared this type variable.
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