public abstract class ArrayMaker<T> extends java.lang.Object
It is strongly recommended that where possible, you declare each array maker in a public static final field called ARRAY_MAKER in the class for which it creates arrays. An anonymous inner class is a good way to do it.
There are separate subclasses for higher dimensions. If you require an array maker that also creates two dimensional arrays, than your ArrayMaker should be a subclass of ArrayMaker2D but still satisfy the conventions described in the previous paragraph.
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