Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Saturday, May 23, 2015

In this chapter you look at the Java collections framework, which consists of generic types that represent sets of collection classes. These types are defi ned in the java.util package, and they provide you with a variety of ways for structuring and managing collections of objects in your programs.
In particular, the collection types enable you to deal with situations where you don't know in advance how many objects you need to store, or where you need a bit more fl exibility in the way in which you access an object other than by the indexing mechanism provided by an array.


Understanding the Collections Framework
Collections of Objects

  1. Sets
  2. Sequences
  3. Maps

  1. List Iterators
Collection Classes

  1. Collection Interfaces
Using EnumSet
Array Collection Classes

  1. Creating a Vector
  2. Storing Objects
  3. Retrieving Objects
  4. Removing Objects
  5. Searching for Objects
  6. Applying Vectors
  7. Sorting a Collection
  8. Stack Storage
Linked Lists
Using Maps

  1. The Hashing Process
  2. Using Your Own Class Objects as Keys
  3. Creating a HashMap Container
  4. Storing, Retrieving, and Removing Objects
  5. Processing all the Elements in a Map 

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