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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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How to compare two lists and get a result list with the values common to both list For example Lis...
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How to make an ArrayList object that cannot be grown
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can i known difference between serialization and synchronization
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java example of sorting arraylist of valueobjects based on the property
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I am getting results from database and putting results in key value pair in HashMap as data. Then I...
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Hi, I have a confusion regarding the use of 'new' operator in arrays. I have created an array of obj...
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What is the difference between using jsp and ejb in web applications?
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Which is the best way (cleanest) of creating/managing a collection of objects (a list of long or a l...
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How do I copy array elements to a Vector? e.g the list() of File class returns an array. I would lik...
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what is the difference between declaring a clas as final and declaring all constructors in a c...
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