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Java Collection Framework

Java Collection Framework

Java Collection Framework

About the course

The Java collections framework course is designed to help the users to understand the use of data structures to organize data in the program.This course enables the users to work play around with data and organize the data using the collection classes and interfaces. This course comprises of video lectures which can be viewed online and offline as per the convenience of the user. It also has practice questions, downloadable source code files for saving user's time in typing the source code, since almost the entire course is hands on. So, this makes it all together a complete package.

This course covers the fundamentals of collection framework in Java. In this course, the user will be able to go into more detail as he/she delve into the interface and class hierarchy for collections. Unlike arrays, all collections can dynamically grow or shrink in size. It is known that the collections hold groups of objects. The user will be able to work with List interface, Map interface and Set interface, along with the classes that implement these interfaces, such as ArrayLIst, LinkedList, HashMap, SortedMap, HashSet, Treeset etc. The course also covers the use of Iterator class of the Iterable interface which was later replaced by the enhanced for loop.


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*CGPA to percentage conversion formula:

Equivalent Percentage = CGPA obtained X 9.5 X (10/CGPA Scale)
Example: If CGPA obtained is 8.00 on the scale of 10, then Equivalent
percentage will be 8.00 X 9.5 X (10/10) = 76%,
or If CGPA is 3.7 out of 4, then Equivalent percentage will be 3.7 X 9.5 X (10/4) = 87.88%


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  1. ArrayList - Java Collection Framework Part 1

  2. LinkedList and the List Interface - Java Collections Framework Part 2

  3. HashMap - Java Collection Framework Part 3

  4. Sorted Maps and the Map Interface - Java Collection Framework Part 4

  5. Sets - Java Collection Framework Part 5

  6. Using Your Own Objects in Sets and Maps - Java Collection Framework Part 6

  7. Sorting Lists using Comparators - Java Collection Framework Part 7

  8. Natural Ordering and the Comparable Interface - Java Collection Framework Part 8

  9. Queues - Java Collection Framework Part 9

  10. Using Iterators - Java Collections Framework Part 10

  11. Implementing Iterable; Downloading Web Pages - Java Collection Framework Part 11

  12. Deciding Which Java Collection to Use - Java Collection Framework Part 12

  13. Complex Data Structures - Java Collections Framework Part 13

  14. Java Collection Framework - Final Quiz