Non-compile-time constant expression passed to parameter with @CompileTimeConstant type annotation.

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The problem

A method or constructor with one or more parameters whose declaration is annotated with the @CompileTimeConstant type annotation must only be invoked with corresponding actual parameters that are computed as compile-time constant expressions, such as a literal or static final constant.

Getting Java 8 references to methods with @CompileTimeConstant parameters is disallowed because we couldn’t check if the method reference is later applied to a compile-time constant. Use the methods directly instead.

For the same reason, it’s also disallowed to create lambda expressions with @CompileTimeConstant parameters.


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