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Java LinkedHashSet Examples


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The LinkedHashSet is Hash table and linked list implementation of the Set interface, with predictable iteration order. This implementation differs from HashSet in that it maintains a doubly-linked list running through all of its entries. This linked list defines the iteration ordering, which is the order in which elements were inserted into the set (insertion-order). Note that insertion order is not affected if an element is re-inserted into the set. This class provides all of the optional Set operations, and permits null elements.


List Of All LinkedHashSet Sample Programs:

  1. Basic LinkedHashSet Operations.
  2. How to delete all elements from LinkedHashSet?
  3. How to add another collection to LinkedHashSet?
  4. How to iterate through LinkedHashSet?
  5. How to compare two LinkedHashSet and retain elements which are same on both LinkedHashSet?
  6. How to copy content of LinkedHashSet to an array?
  7. How to delete specific element from LinkedHashSet?
  8. How to search an object from LinkedHashSet?
  9. How to eliminate duplicate user defined objects from LinkedHashSet?
  10. How to find user defined objects from LinkedHashSet?
  11. How to delete user defined objects from LinkedHashSet?
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doPost Vs doGet methods
doGet() method is used to get information, while doPost() method is used for posting information. doGet() requests can't send large amount of information and is limited to 240-255 characters. However, doPost()requests passes all of its data, of unlimited length. A doGet() request is appended to the request URL in a query string and this allows the exchange is visible to the client, whereas a doPost() request passes directly over the socket connection as part of its HTTP request body and the exchange are invisible to the client.
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