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25  
26  package java.security.spec;
27  
28  /**
29   * A (transparent) specification of cryptographic parameters.
30   *
31   * <P> This interface contains no methods or constants. Its only purpose
32   * is to group (and provide type safety for) all parameter specifications.
33   * All parameter specifications must implement this interface.
34   *
35   * @author Jan Luehe
36   *
37   *
38   * @see java.security.AlgorithmParameters
39   * @see DSAParameterSpec
40   *
41   * @since 1.2
42   */
43  
44  public interface AlgorithmParameterSpec { }