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The Java collections framework ( JCF ) is a set of classes and interfaces that implement commonly reusable collection data structures . [1]

Although referred to as a framework , it works in a manner of a library . The JCF provides both interfaces that define various collections and classes that implement them.

Collections and arrays are similar in that they both hold references to objects and they can be managed as a group. However, unlike arrays, collections do not need to be assigned a certain capacity when instantiated. Collections can also grow and shrink in size automatically when objects are added or removed. Collections cannot hold basic data type elements (primitive types) such as int, long, or double; instead, they hold Wrapper Classes such as Integer, Long, or Double. [2]

The Java collections framework ( JCF ) is a set of classes and interfaces that implement commonly reusable collection data structures . [1]

Although referred to as a framework , it works in a manner of a library . The JCF provides both interfaces that define various collections and classes that implement them.

Collections and arrays are similar in that they both hold references to objects and they can be managed as a group. However, unlike arrays, collections do not need to be assigned a certain capacity when instantiated. Collections can also grow and shrink in size automatically when objects are added or removed. Collections cannot hold basic data type elements (primitive types) such as int, long, or double; instead, they hold Wrapper Classes such as Integer, Long, or Double. [2]

Please note that the following Policy Statement, although correct at the time of issue, may not have been updated to reflect any subsequent legislative changes.

The exemption for garbage collection services, including collection of recyclable material, pursuant to paragraph 20(h) of Part VI of Schedule V.

At issue is the exemption of garbage collection services, including the collection of recyclable material, pursuant to the exemption in paragraph 20(h) of Part VI of
Schedule V.

The Java collections framework ( JCF ) is a set of classes and interfaces that implement commonly reusable collection data structures . [1]

Although referred to as a framework , it works in a manner of a library . The JCF provides both interfaces that define various collections and classes that implement them.

Collections and arrays are similar in that they both hold references to objects and they can be managed as a group. However, unlike arrays, collections do not need to be assigned a certain capacity when instantiated. Collections can also grow and shrink in size automatically when objects are added or removed. Collections cannot hold basic data type elements (primitive types) such as int, long, or double; instead, they hold Wrapper Classes such as Integer, Long, or Double. [2]

Please note that the following Policy Statement, although correct at the time of issue, may not have been updated to reflect any subsequent legislative changes.

The exemption for garbage collection services, including collection of recyclable material, pursuant to paragraph 20(h) of Part VI of Schedule V.

At issue is the exemption of garbage collection services, including the collection of recyclable material, pursuant to the exemption in paragraph 20(h) of Part VI of
Schedule V.

For many applications, you want to create and manage groups of related objects. There are two ways to group objects: by creating arrays of objects, and by creating collections of objects.

Arrays are most useful for creating and working with a fixed number of strongly-typed objects. For information about arrays, see Arrays .

Collections provide a more flexible way to work with groups of objects. Unlike arrays, the group of objects you work with can grow and shrink dynamically as the needs of the application change. For some collections, you can assign a key to any object that you put into the collection so that you can quickly retrieve the object by using the key.