Collections

The Collections Framework offers support for Abstract Data Types (ADTs) beyond Vector and Hashtable starting with the Java 2 platform, version 1. 2.  

The Collections Framework offers support for Abstract Data Types (ADTs) beyond Vector and Hashtable starting with the Java 2 platform, version 1.2.   <<Less

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I have a database that contains the id, date, month, year and event. I would like to display the eve...
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Public class abc{ //first add Public void add(String s){ //some code } ...
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difference between String s = "abc" and String s = new String("abc")
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In case of Vector is the method addAll garantee the unicity of the added elements in this coll...
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How to jar an application or create executable jar files?
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I have a need to put the connection string to an oracle database in a properties object/file. This i...
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how can i remove some element from an array
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Hi, We have developed an application using java. I want to use the same application developed in jav...
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Hi I am getting some errors below when i tried to compile a class file called javac ReadDataList.j...
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In Java, when should I use Collection, ArrayList. Example I have a function getData() that retu...
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