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  23 
  24 /*
  25  * @test
  26  * @summary Testing pattern matching against the null constant
  27  * @run main NullsInPatterns
  28  */
  29 import java.util.List;
  30 
  31 public class NullsInPatterns {
  32 
  33     public static void main(String[] args) {
  34         if (null instanceof List t) {
  35             throw new AssertionError("broken");
  36         } else {
  37             System.out.println("null does not match List type pattern");
  38         }
  39         if (null instanceof List<Integer> l) {
  40             throw new AssertionError("broken");
  41         } else {
  42             System.out.println("null does not match List<Integer> type pattern");
  43         }
  44         if (null instanceof List<?> l) {
  45             throw new AssertionError("broken");
  46         } else {
  47             System.out.println("null does not match List<?> type pattern");
  48         }
  49     }
  50 }