What methods should go into a java.util.Objects class in JDK 7?
Andrew John Hughes
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Thu Sep 10 13:11:16 UTC 2009
2009/9/10 Ulf Zibis <Ulf.Zibis at gmx.de>:
> Am 10.09.2009 02:04, Rémi Forax schrieb:
>> Le 10/09/2009 01:43, Andrew John Hughes a écrit : I agree about the
>> debugging purpose, that why I don't agree
>> with Kevin when he said that java.util.Objects should not use
>> Perhaps the method can be renamed to: toDebugString.
>> PS: the code above also forget inherited fields.
> Maybe another class: java.util.Debug / DebugHelpers / DebugUtils
> I guess, there are many ideas around to fill such a class with useful
Yeah you are probably right, my suggestion seems to come from a
different avenue than the others here.
It's probably because personally I've never used library method to do
such simple null checks; it might have fixed a few bugs for me along
the road, but I just prefer to check such things locally than add in
the overhead of a method call.
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