What is a "marker" interface?

John Mitchell

A so-called marker interface is a Java interface which doesn't actually define any fields. It is just used to "mark" Java classes which support a certain capability -- the class marks itself as implementing the interface. For example, the java.lang.Cloneable interface.

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