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Java™ Collections

  • Authors

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Java Collections Framework: An Overview

    1. John Zukowski
      Pages 1-5
  3. The Historical Collection Classes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 7-7
    2. John Zukowski
      Pages 9-30
    3. John Zukowski
      Pages 31-67
    4. John Zukowski
      Pages 69-76
    5. John Zukowski
      Pages 107-114
  4. The Collections Framework

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 115-115
    2. John Zukowski
      Pages 117-135
    3. John Zukowski
      Pages 137-155
    4. John Zukowski
      Pages 157-181
    5. John Zukowski
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      Pages 285-307
  5. Alternative Collection Libraries

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 309-309

About this book


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About the authors

John Zukowski has been involved with the Java platform since it was just called Java, since 1995. He writes a monthly column for Sun's Core Java Technologies Tech Tips and Technology Fundamentals Newsletter. He has contributed content to numerous other sites, including jGuru, DevX, Intel, and JavaWorld. He has written many other popular titles on Java, including Java AWT Reference (O'Reilly), Mastering Java 2 (Sybex), Borlands' JBuilder: No Experience Required (Sybex), Learn Java with JBuilder 6 (Apress), Java Collections (Apress), and The Definitive Guide to Swing (Apress).

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"The book is about Java’s support for dealing with data structures via groups of classes called collections. … It can be used as a source of examples of good programming practices. … The book is a good introduction into programming with collections." (Jaroslav Král, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1001, 2003)