Generic Java

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Generic Java
Paradigm object-oriented
Designed by Martin Odersky, Philip Wadler, Gilad Bracha, William Maddox, and David Stoutamire
Typing discipline strong
Influenced by
Java, Pizza
Java 5.0

Generic Java (GJ) is a programming language that is a superset of Java which adds support for generic programming. It was designed by Gilad Bracha, Martin Odersky, David Stoutamire, and Philip Wadler to offer developers a smoother transition and better Java compatibility than the Pizza programming language, previously created by Odersky and Wadler.

Generic Java was incorporated, with the addition of wildcards, into the official Java language version J2SE 5.0.

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