Paste number 6236: Eiffel generics (from book)

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class STACK [G] feature
  count : INTEGER;
  put(x : G) is
end -- class stack

Using this class:

sp : STACK [POINT]; creates a stack of points

Eiffel also allows that:

sp : STACK [ LIST [POINT]]; creates a stack of lists of point

Eiffel also has constrained genericity:

class VECTOR [G -> NUMBER] 

The generic type must be of type number (or descendant) now.

[From "Object-Oriented Software Construction" Chapter 10, Chapter 16.4 respectively]

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