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Auto cast "macro" for method's actual parameters? [message #1474724] Sat, 15 November 2014 17:40
tgm 1024 is currently offline tgm 1024Friend
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Does eclipse have an automatic way of casting the actual parameters of a method call to match the types of the formal parameters?

Example:
double a;
double b;
double c;
double d;
java.awt.Graphics gc;

// everything set to some value

...

original line:
gc.drawLine(a, b+2.0, c, d);

desired line:
gc.drawLine((int)a, (int)(b+2.0), (int)c, (int)d);

I understand that it might have to give me a choice if the method is overloaded.


No, synchronized method declarations will not get you out of this newbie multithreading pitfall:
thing.set(thing.get() + 1);

[Updated on: Sat, 15 November 2014 17:41]

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