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#Java - Code Snippets for '#Apache commons collections' - 9 code snippet(s) found

 Sample 1. Usage of Apache Commons - ArrayListValuedHashMap

ListValuedMap<String,String> listValuedMap = new ArrayListValuedHashMap();
listValuedMap.put("United States", "Washington");
listValuedMap.put("Canada", "Ottawa");
listValuedMap.put("Canada", "Ottawa");
listValuedMap.put("South Africa", "Pretoria");
listValuedMap.put("South Africa", "Cape Town");
listValuedMap.put("South Africa", "Bloemfontein");

System.out.println(listValuedMap); // Values being added to the List and allow even duplicates

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 Sample 2. Usage of Apache Commons - HashSetValuedHashMap

SetValuedMap<String,String> setValuedMap = new HashSetValuedHashMap();
setValuedMap.put("United States", "Washington");
setValuedMap.put("Canada", "Ottawa");
setValuedMap.put("Canada", "Ottawa");
setValuedMap.put("South Africa", "Pretoria");
setValuedMap.put("South Africa", "Cape Town");
setValuedMap.put("South Africa", "Bloemfontein");
      
System.out.println(setValuedMap); // Values being added to the Set and hence doesn't allow duplicates

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 Sample 3. Make a Map entry read only using Apache Commons UnmodifiableMapEntry

Entry entry = new UnmodifiableMapEntry("Key2", "Value2");
entry.setValue("Value3"); // throws java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException

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 Sample 4. Print all elements of a ListValuedMap ( Apache Commons ) using forEach and System.out::println

ListValuedMap<String,String> listValuedMap = new ArrayListValuedHashMap();
listValuedMap.put("United States", "Washington");
listValuedMap.put("Canada", "Ottawa");
listValuedMap.put("Canada", "Ottawa");
listValuedMap.put("South Africa", "Pretoria");
listValuedMap.put("South Africa", "Cape Town");
listValuedMap.put("South Africa", "Bloemfontein");

listValuedMap.entries().forEach(System.out::println);

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 Sample 5. Get all Permutations of List Elements using Apache Commons PermutationIterator

List<String> list = new ArrayList();
list.add("Washington");
list.add("Nevada");
list.add("California");

PermutationIterator permIterator = new PermutationIterator((Collection) list);
      
permIterator.forEachRemaining(System.out::print); // prints [Washington, Nevada, California][Washington, California, Nevada][California, Washington, Nevada][California, Nevada, Washington][Nevada, California, Washington][Nevada, Washington, California]

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 Sample 6. Count elements of a collection matching a Predicate using Apache Commons IterableUtils

List<String> list = new ArrayList();
list.add("Washington");
list.add("Nevada");
list.add("California");
list.add("New York");
list.add("New Jersey");

// <String> long org.apache.commons.collections4.IterableUtils.countMatches(Iterable<String> input, Predicate<? super String> predicate)
      
System.out.println(IterableUtils.countMatches(list, p->((String)p).startsWith("N")));

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 Sample 7. Usage of Apache Commons CaseInsensitiveMap

Map<String, String> map = new CaseInsensitiveMap<String, String>();
map.put("US", "Washington");
map.put("us", "Washington DC");
      
System.out.println(map); // Prints {us=Washington DC} as Keys are case insensitive

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 Sample 8. Apache Commons MultiSet Example

MultiSet<String> multiSet = new HashMultiSet(); 
multiSet.add("Albama");
multiSet.add("Albama");
multiSet.add("Albama");
      
System.out.println(multiSet); // Prints [Albama:3]

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 Sample 9. Create an UnmodifiableMultiSet ( Read only set allowing multiple values ) using Apache Commons

MultiSet<String> multiSet = new HashMultiSet(); 
multiSet.add("Albama");
multiSet.add("Albama");
multiSet.add("Albama");

System.out.println(multiSet); // Prints [Albama:3]
      
UnmodifiableMultiSet<String> unmodifiablemultiSet = (UnmodifiableMultiSet<String>) MultiSetUtils.unmodifiableMultiSet(multiSet);

unmodifiablemultiSet.add("Albama"); // throws java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException

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