Should I make a constants class for my annotations?

Which is better? 1. `@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")` 2. `@SuppressWarnings(AnnotationConstants.UNCHECKED)` Where `AnnotationConstants` is a typical constants class... public final class AnnotationConstants { private AnnotationConstants() { } public static final String UNCHECKED = "unchecked"; ... } I know that there are a lot of general arguments for and against constants classes--and that's exactly what I'm **not** interested in. I want to know if a constants class **specifically** for annotations is a good idea or a bad idea.

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