Category Archive for: java util Part 1 The Collections Framework

The List Interface

The List Interface The List interface extends Collection and declares the behavior of a collection that stores a sequence of elements. Elements can be inserted 01′ accessed by their position in the list, using a zero-based index A list may contain duplicate elements. In addition to the methods defined by Collection, List defines some of its own,. Note…

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The Collection Interface

The Collection Interface The Collection interface is’ the foundation upon which the collections framework is built. It declares the core methods that all collections will have.  Because all collections implement Collection, familiarity with its methods is necessary for a dear understanding of the framework. Several of these methods can throw an Unsupported Operation Exception. As explained, this  occurs…

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Collections Overview

Collections Overview The Java collections framework standardizes the way in which groups of objects are’ handled by your programs. In the past, Java provided ad hoc classes such as Dictionary, Vector, Stack, and Properties to store and manipulate groups of objects. Although these classes were quite useful, they lacked a central, unifying theme. Thus, , the way that you…

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The Collections Framework

 The Collections Framework The java.util package contains some of the most. exciting enhancements added by Java 2: collections. A collection is a group of objects. The addition of collections . caused fundamental alterations in the structure and architecture of many· elements in java.util. It also expanded the domain of tasks to which the package. can be’ applied. Collections are a…

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