kandi X-RAY | collections-generic Summary
kandi X-RAY | collections-generic Summary
This package is a new version of the popular [Jakarta Commons-Collections] project that introduces support for [Java 1.5 Generics] Generics introduce a whole new level of usability and type-safety to the Commons-Collections classes. The functionality of the package is otherwise left unchanged. See the [here] for the list of authors of the original Jakarta Commons-Collections.
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- Returns an iterator over the elements of this heap
- Parses a single element down from the heap
- Parses the element at the specified index
- Parses a maximum element from the heap
- Gets a copy of this collection as an array
- Saves the properties file
- Escapes a comma - separated string
- Convert an array to an array
- Returns an unmodifiable array containing all of the entries in this map
- Returns an array containing all the elements in the composite
- Removes the specified mapping from this map
- Get the size of the specified object
- Compares this map with another map
- Returns the exclusive disjunction of the given collection
- Gets the object at the specified index
- Gets a suitable iterator for the given object
- Returns the union of the given collections
- Returns a string representation of this set
- Clone this bean map
- Return a String representation of this Map
- Adds the specified element to the buffer
- Returns a string representation of this map
- Compares the specified object against this map
- Creates a switch closure from a map
- Creates a new instance of a SwitchTransformer
- Compares this list with another
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Trending Discussions on collections-generic
I've got a View rendering two dropdownlists. The controllers for the dropdownlists work fine. They call methods in a repository class for the DB selections. Below the dropdownlists I'm trying to render a table of data in a partial view, in response to the dropdownlist selections.
The dropdowns in the View use a single model:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-06 at 18:40
Well, what happens is, when you do
Html.RenderPartial("_BudgetsActuals", Model); , it takes the model from the view in which the code is written, and tries to pass it as is to the partial view. So here, based on the error screenshot in the question and the behavior of .net,
BudgetDemo.Models.BudgetsActualsViewModel was passed to the partial view because
GetBudgetsActuals.cshtml view takes that as a model. But, that is not right, because your partial view requires
IEnumerable as model. So, you need to actually store an instance of
IEnumerable in your
I have a Maven Project which uses a Repast Simphony simulation. The goal is to display the simulation in the Browser which works fine. The simulation itself has been compiled beforehand and was working as intented. Now i want to change a function in one of the classes, but Eclipse wont take the change.
My Project is set up like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-18 at 20:39
Thanks Daniele, that was my Mistake. Sometimes its easy like that :D
I am trying to get a very simple JavaFX application to run with maven and Java 10 in IntelliJ.
The project: https://github.com/ClanWolf/C3-Client_Phoenix
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-22 at 07:40
Java 9 modularization came with a couple of new rules like: Split packages, i.e. classes with the same package but in different jars, are not allowed. This is only an issue when working on the modulepath, not with the traditional classpath. It seems like intellij decides for the wrong reason to switch to the modulepath, probably because log4j has a module descriptor.
Please consider this simple code snippet:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jun-09 at 00:27
TryRemove because, of course, it might fail if another thread has already removed the item. It does implement
Remove, but as part of an explicit interface implementation. To use it, you'd have to cast
IDictionary. But doing that may defeat the whole point of a
The reason for the
TryRemove is to provide a way to retrieve a value and remove it from the collection atomically.
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You can use collections-generic like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the collections-generic component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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