Kotlin generic class is a powerful tool that helps you write flexible and reusable code. By parameterizing a class with one or more types, denoted within angle brackets “< >”, generics allow for the development of classes, functions, and interfaces that can seamlessly handle various data types while preserving compile-time type safety.

Why You Should Use Generic Classes

You can create versatile and adaptable pieces of code that can work with different kinds of data. Imagine you have a box, but instead of saying what kind of things it can hold, you have a special box that can hold anything that can be a toy, a book, or even a snack. This is like a generic class in Kotlin. It lets you create a box that works with any item without losing the safety check, ensuring you’re using the right items.

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