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Difference in ArrayList and LinkedList

Let’s discuss the difference in ArrayList and LinkedList in Java. LinkedList in Java and ArrayList in Java both implement List Interface of Collection Framework. The difference between ArrayList and LinkedList is that ArrayList is implemented using re-sizable array while LinkedList is implemented using doubly LinkedList.   There is much difference between ArrayList and LinkedList. Let’s see the below-mentioned differences … Continue reading Difference in ArrayList and LinkedList

Methods in ArrayList

ArrayList in Java is most frequently used collection class after HashMap in Java. Let’s see how many methods in ArrayList is available. Java ArrayList represents an automatic re-sizable array and used in place of the array. In this tutorial, we will see the different examples and uses of ArrayList in Java. How to Create an ArrayList  We already have seen, … Continue reading Methods in ArrayList

How to get Sublist from ArrayList

In this tutorial we will see, How can you get Sublist from ArrayList or how can we generate the ArrayList from existing ArrayList. We can do this using subList() method of ArrayList class. List subList(int fromIndex, int toIndex)   Get Sublist from ArrayList in Java You can get the Sublist using this method by specifying the … Continue reading How to get Sublist from ArrayList

Insert and Delete in ArrayList

In this tutorial we will see, How can you insert and delete in ArrayList in Java. Unlike Array In Java, ArrayList is a dynamic data structure. ArrayList can increase and decrease its size at runtime, We don’t need to declare the ArrayList’s size at the time of ArrayList implementation. It’s also shrinking in memory if … Continue reading Insert and Delete in ArrayList

Sort ArrayList in Java

Let’s see How can you sort the ArryList in Java. By default, the ArrayList’s elements are displayed according to the sequence it is put inside. Sometimes, you may need to sort the ArrayList to make it alphabetically ordered or numerically ordered. In this example, it shows the use of  Collections.sort(‘List’) to sort an ArrayList.   Sort ArrayList in ascending order … Continue reading Sort ArrayList in Java

ArrayList in Java

ArrayList in Java is a class which implements the List interface of collection framework. ArrayList is dynamic data structure i.e like Arrays you don’t need to define the size of ArrayList during the declaration. You can add and remove the elements from ArrayList and ArrayList adjust it’s size automatically. ArrayList can contain the duplicate elements and … Continue reading ArrayList in Java