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Program: How to read last element from LinkedList?


Description:

Below example shows how to read last element from LinkedList. LinkedList provides few methods to read last element, those methods are:

getLast(): Returns the last element in this list.
peekLast(): Retrieves, but does not remove, the last element of this list, or returns null if this list is empty.


Code:
package com.java2novice.linkedlist;

import java.util.LinkedList;

public class MyLastElement {

	public static void main(String a[]){
		
		LinkedList<String> arrl = new LinkedList<String>();
		arrl.add("First");
		arrl.add("Second");
		arrl.add("Third");
		arrl.add("Random");
		System.out.println("Last Element: "+arrl.getLast());
		System.out.println("Last Element: "+arrl.peekLast());
	}
}

Output:
Last Element: First
Last Element: Random
Last Element: Random
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