Taming Tiger, The Collections Framework

Get a handle on the new collection types and additional features of existing classes and interfaces

From the developerWorks archives

John Zukowski

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: July 19, 2005

You're probably quite familiar with the new Java™ 5 language support for generics, the concurrent utility libraries, and their effect on the Collections Framework, but those aren't the only changes to the Collections Framework libraries in Tiger. This month, John Zukowski covers several other enhancements, including the new collection types and the additional features of existing classes and interfaces.

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