Posted On: Feb 22, 2018
The collection framework in Java is used to store data and process it efficiently. It is nothing but a collection of interfaces and classes.
The collection interface is subdivided into the list, set, map, sorted map, sorted set, and enumeration. These interfaces present a unified architecture for representing and manipulating a collection of data. This framework has high-performance in implementing fundamental collections such as dynamic arrays, linked lists, trees, and hashtables efficiently.
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