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Entry interface

September 14, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss Entry interface (i.e.; Map.Entry) with all its important methods in detail Key points about Map.Entry: Entry is the inner interface Read More

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Map interface

September 14, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss Map interface with all its important methods in detail Misconception about Map interface: Often, Map interface is discussed under Read More

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Comparable v/s Comparator

September 13, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will compare 2 important interface in collection framework i.e.; Comparable v/s Comparator Comparable interface Comparator interface Both interface is used to sort Read More

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Comparator interface

September 13, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss Comparator interface with its methods in detail Comparator interface: Comparator interface is used to order objects This is part Read More

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Comparable interface

September 12, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss Comparable interface with its only important method compareTo() in detail String & wrapper classes’ implements comparable interface and provide Read More

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List v/s Set

September 12, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss difference between List and Set in detail i.e.; List v/s Set. Both interfaces directly extends Collection interface List v/s Set: Read More

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TreeSet class

September 11, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss TreeSet class – the implementation class for NavigableSet interface in detail Key points about TreeSet: TreeSet doesn’t allow duplicate items Read More

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NavigableSet interface

September 10, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss NavigableSet interface with all its important methods for navigation support in detail Key points about NavigableSet: NavigableSet doesn’t allow Read More

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SortedSet interface

September 9, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss SortedSet interface with all its important methods in detail Key points about SortedSet: SortedSet doesn’t allow duplicate items maintains Read More

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HashSet v/s LinkedHashSet

September 9, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss difference between HashSet and LinkedHashSet classes in detail i.e.; HashSet v/s LinkedHashSet HashSet v/s LinkedHashSet: HashSet LinkedHashSet Uses hashtable to Read More

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LinkedHashSet class

September 8, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss LinkedHashSet class – one of the Set implemented classes in detail Key points about LinkedHashSet: LinkedHashSet is exactly same as Read More

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HashSet class

September 8, 2016 SJ 5

In this article, we will discuss HashSet class – one of the Set implemented classes in detail Key points about HashSet: HashSet contains only unique elements Read More

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Set interface

September 7, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss Set interface in detail Key points about Set: Set doesn’t allow duplicate items also doesn’t maintain insertion-order Set interface: Read More

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ListIterator interface

September 6, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss ListIterator interface in detail Key points about ListIterator: This is introduced in Java 1.2 version Part of Collection framework Read More

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Iterator interface

September 6, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss Iterator interface in detail. Key points about Iterator: This is introduced in Java 1.2 version Part of Collection framework Read More

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Enumeration interface

September 5, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss Enumeration interface in detail. Key points about Enumeration: Enumeration is a legacy interface introduced in Java 1.0 version Enumeration Read More

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Stack class

September 5, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss Stack class in detail Key points about Stack: Stack is a legacy class introduced in Java 1.0 version works Read More

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ArrayList v/s Vector

September 4, 2016 SJ 0

In this article, we will discuss difference between ArrayList and Vector classes in detail i.e; ArrayList v/s Vector ArrayList v/s Vector:  ArrayList Vector ArrayList is introduced Read More

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