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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Hi Could some one let me know the diff between the Comparator interface and Comparable inter...
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Hi Friends, Can any one tell me what exactly difference between Hashmap and Properties?
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Should we ever select ArrayList over HaspMap? If I am dealing with 3/5 key velue record, is it a be...
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Difference Between Thread and Runnable Interface
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Can one help me in comparable and comparator methods in Java Co...
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Difference between HashTable and HashMap and in application level how it differs? Please use html ...
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Could you suggest the different situations where we prefer HashTable over a HashMap and vice vera? I...
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What is the difference between and Hashtable and Enumeration?Where do we use each of this?Thankx i...
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Hi, Can someone help me in finding out the difference between Enumeration and Iterator Thanks in...
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What is the difference between array and arraylist?
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