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 is a weak reference and what are they used for?
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What is the minimum number of key-value pairs for which it makes sense to use a HashMap, as opposed...
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There was a problem encountered in our product with chat session and cookies in a web collaboration ...
Thu 03/04/04
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I have a JTable that displays employees records. I have a search utility to search for employees ...
Fri 05/28/04
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Our application uses XML document objects to store in-memory data cache. This has been working with ...
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can we store web pages in cache using collections?
Tue 08/24/04
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Here’s the basis of the problem: You have one structure (figuring out what kind of structure is par...
Thu 08/26/04
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I need to maintain a tree ...is there any predefined util for this purpose. The condition being ther...
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we can use the jsp pages to generate a dynamic pages. i accepted that internally jsp pages are c...
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