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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what are differences between set and map ?
Mon 09/08/03
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When comparing Hashtable and Hashmap, I am always getting Hashtable is faster than Hashmap I ...
Tue 08/31/04
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Sun 08/29/04
08:43:24AM
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Hi Give me Best method to sort the Vector. It should be Fast iteratable while sorting elements of...
Tue 05/01/01
07:11:09AM
 
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Tue 05/01/01
04:10:48AM
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Hi I have one problem using the Hastable. The problem is some thing like this. Dynamically (user'...
Tue 07/24/01
08:13:59AM
 
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Tue 07/24/01
07:59:05AM
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Dear jgurus, I'm having some problems using lists and iterators - specifically between java.util.L...
Mon 04/15/02
06:59:27AM
 
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Mon 04/15/02
04:18:38AM
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what is the purpose in passing a class reference to a method in another class.
Thu 04/07/05
02:42:58AM
 
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Mon 04/04/05
09:16:01AM
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what is the difference between hashmap & hashtable?
Mon 10/17/05
06:01:11AM
 
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Fri 09/23/05
12:55:31AM
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could anybody help me in iterating throught the hashmap and getting all the values without using key...
Fri 02/17/06
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Fri 02/17/06
06:44:28AM
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I am searching in a text file which contain user name and password but it showing different res...
Fri 01/24/03
03:29:11AM
 
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Thu 01/16/03
08:16:57AM
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I want to iterate through the hash map using the key. can any one give me an idea of how to do that....
Wed 12/18/13
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