What is concurrent collections in java?

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

Concurrent collections are different from the traditional collections in a way that it is synchronized in nature. Traditional collections such as Array, HashMap are not synchronized and cannot leverage multiple threads to perform actions simultaneously.

So developers can use the java.util.concurrent package to write concurrent collections to leverage multi-threading. Concurrent collections also improve the performance of the applications.

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