- 1 Collections Course Content
- 1.1 Introduction to Collections
- 1.2 List
- 1.3 Examples on above lists
- 1.4 Working with Comparable and Comparator
- 1.5 Examples on each type of set
- 1.6 Examples on each type of Queue
- 1.7 Examples on each type of map
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Collections Course Content
Introduction to Collections
- What is Collection?
- What Is a Collections Framework?
- Benefits of the Java Collections Framework
- Difference between arrays and collections
- Types of Collections
- What is List?
- Advantages of List
- Disadvantages of List
- List Methods
- Types Of ListDifference between ArrayList and Vector
- Concurrent Lists
- Difference between ArrayList and LinkedList
- Difference between ArrayList and CopyOnWriteArrayList
Examples on above lists
Reading Elements from collections
- Using getter methods
- Enhanced for loop
- CursorsDifference between Iterator and ListIterator
- Difference between Iterator and Enueration
- What is failfast iterator and failsafe iterator
Working with Comparable and Comparator
- What is Set?
- Advantages of Set
- Applications of Set
- Set methods
- Types of Sets
- Concurrent sets
Examples on each type of set
- What is Queue?
- Advantages of Queue
- Application of Queue
- Methods of Queue
- Types of QueueConcurrent Queues
Examples on each type of Queue
- What is Map?
- Advantages of Map
- Map methods
- Types of Maps