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 Sample 1. Combine two Summaries and Generate a new Summary using Lambda Expression

// Populate a List using Set elements.

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();
Set<Integer> intSet2 = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);
intSet2.add(1);
intSet2.add(2);
intSet2.add(3);
intSet2.add(4);

// Use the stream and collectors to Summarize all Integer elements

IntSummaryStatistics summary = intSet.stream().collect(Collectors.summarizingInt(p->((Integer)p)));

summary.combine(intSet2.stream().collect(Collectors.summarizingInt(p->((Integer)p))));

System.out.println(summary); // Prints IntSummaryStatistics{count=8, sum=20, min=1, average=2.500000, max=4}

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 Sample 2. Get all elements greater than 2, sort them and then push them to a new set, using Lambda Expression

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Set the predicate or the condition for filtering the elements.

Predicate<Integer> moreThan2Pred = (p) -> (p > 1);

// Use Filter to refine the element set, sort to Sort and Collectors.toSet to get a set out of Stream.

intSet = intSet.stream().filter(moreThan2Pred).sorted().collect(Collectors.toSet());

System.out.println(intSet); // Prints [2, 3, 4]

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 Sample 3. Count number of collection elements using Lambda Expressions

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Use the stream method count to see if all elements fulfils the Predicate.

System.out.println(intSet.stream().count); // Prints 4.

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 Sample 4. Find, if all elements of a collection matches the specified condition ( Using Lambda expressions )
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// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Specify the Predicate or the Condition using Lambda expressions

Predicate<Integer> moreThan2Pred = (p) -> (p > 2); 

// Use the stream method allMatch to see if all elements fulfils the Predicate.

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 Sample 5. Find, if any element of the collection matches the specified condition ( Using Lambda Expressions )
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// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Specify the Predicate or the Condition using Lambda expressions

Predicate<Integer> moreThan2Pred = (p) -> (p > 2); 

// Use the stream method anyMatch to see if all elements fulfils the Predicate.

System.out.println(intSet.stream().anyMatch(moreThan2Pred)); // Prints True.

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 Sample 6. Find, if no element of the collection matches the specified condition ( Inverse of anyMatch )

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Specify the Predicate or the Condition using Lambda expressions

Predicate<Integer> moreThan2Pred = (p) -> (p > 2); 

// Use the stream method noneMatch to see if all elements fulfils the Predicate.

System.out.println(intSet.stream().noneMatch(moreThan2Pred)); // Prints False.

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 Sample 7. Find the Average of all collection elements using Lambda Expressions

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Use the stream and Collector to find the average of all elements.

System.out.println(intSet.stream().collect(Collectors.averagingInt(p->((Integer)p))));  Prints 2.5

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 Sample 8. Group Elements by even or Odd using Lambda Expressions

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Use the stream and Collector to Group by Even and Odd

System.out.println(intSet.stream().collect(Collectors.groupingBy(p->((Integer)p)%2)));  Prints {0=[2, 4], 1=[1, 3]}

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 Sample 9. Sum all collection elements using Lambda Expressions

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Use the stream and collectors to sum all elements.

System.out.println(intSet.stream().collect(Collectors.summingInt(p->(Integer)p)));

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 Sample 10. Populate a List using Set elements and Lambda Expression

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Use the stream and collectors to get List out of Set

List li = intSet.stream().collect(Collectors.toList());
System.out.println(li); // Prints [1, 2, 3, 4]

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 Sample 11. Get the complete Summary of Collection Elements using Lambda Expressions

// Populate a List using Set elements.

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Use the stream and collectors to Summarize all Integer elements 

System.out.println(intSet.stream().collect(Collectors.summarizingInt(p->((Integer)p)))); // Prints IntSummaryStatistics{count=4, sum=10, min=1, average=2.500000, max=4}

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 Sample 12. Create a Map using Set elements using Lambda Expression

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Use the stream and collectors to get a Map out of Set 

System.out.println(intSet.stream().collect((Collectors.toMap(p->(Integer)p,q->((Integer)q)*500)))); // Prints {1=500, 2=1000, 3=1500, 4=2000} 

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 Sample 13. Get count of elements greater than 1 using Lambda Expression

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

Set<Integer> intSet = new HashSet<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intSet.add(1);
intSet.add(2);
intSet.add(3);
intSet.add(4);

// Use Stream, Predicate and Filter to get the count of elements more than 1

System.out.println(intSet.stream().filter(moreThan2Pred).count()); // Prints 3

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 Sample 14. Get the Maximum number out of the Integer List, using Lambda Expression

// Declare and Initialize the Collection

List<Integer> intList = new ArrayList<Integer>();

// Add Elements

intList.add(1);
intList.add(2);
intList.add(3);
intList.add(4);


System.out.println(intList.stream().reduce(Math::max).get()); // Prints 1

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 Sample 15. Usage of HashMap

Map<Integer,String> indexedInfo = new HashMap();
indexedInfo.put(1,"Spain");
indexedInfo.put(2,"Denmark");
indexedInfo.put(3,"China");

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 Sample 16. Method to convert all elements of a collection ( Set ) to lower case.

Set<String> convertLowerCase(Set<String> set){
   Set<String> newSet = new HashSet();
   for(String s: set){
      newSet.add(s.toLowerCase());
   }
      
   return newSet;
}

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 Sample 17. Sort a List using Collections.sort and comparator

Collections.sort(listClassInfo,new Comparator<ClassInfoBean>(){
public int compare(ClassInfoBean s1,ClassInfoBean s2){
if(s1.name.compareTo(s2.name) < 0){
return -1;
} else {
return 1;
}

}});

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 Sample 18. Method to get a map of words and their count by passing in the string

Map<String,Integer> wordCountMap = new TreeMap();
String[] words = text.split(" ");
Set<Integer> countSet;
for(String word: words) {
if(wordCountMap.containsKey(word.toLowerCase())){
wordCountMap.put(word.toLowerCase(), wordCountMap.get(word.toLowerCase()).intValue() + 1);
} else {
wordCountMap.put(word.toLowerCase(), 1);
}
}

countSet = new TreeSet(Collections.reverseOrder());
countSet.addAll(wordCountMap.values());

for(Integer inte: countSet) {
for(Entry<String,Integer> entry: wordCountMap.entrySet()){
if(entry.getValue() == inte) {
System.out.println(entry);
}
}
}

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 Sample 19. Sorting elements of a set using TreeSet

Set<String> mySet = new HashSet<String>();
mySet.add("D");
mySet.add("A");
mySet.add("B");
mySet.add("C");
mySet.add("E");

System.out.println(mySet); // May be Sorted but sorting is not guaranteed

mySet = new TreeSet<String>(mySet);

System.out.println(mySet); // Sorted

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 Sample 20. Sorting an arraylist using Collections.sort

List<String> myList = new ArrayList<String>();
myList.add("D");
myList.add("A");
myList.add("B");
myList.add("C");
myList.add("E");

System.out.println(myList); // Unsorted

Collections.sort(myList);

System.out.println(myList); // Sorted

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 Sample 21. Get a unmodifiable / read only Set

Set<String> modifiableSet = Sets.newHashSet();

modifiableSet.add("New York");
modifiableSet.add("Washington");
modifiableSet.add("Georgia");

Set<String> unmodifiableSet = Collections.unmodifiableSet(modifiableSet);

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 Sample 22. Filtering objects using google.common.base.Predicate

static Collection<Employee> employeesGreaterThan30(Collection<Employee> employees) {
return filter(employees, new Predicate<Employee>() {
@Override
public boolean apply(Employee employee) {
return employee.getAge() > 30;
}
});
}

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 Sample 23. Order Collection using google.common.collect.Ordering

Collection<Employee> sortedEmployeess = Ordering.from(new Comparator<Employee>() {
@Override
public int compare(Employee employee1, Employee employee2) {
return employee1.getAge() - employee2.getAge();
}
};).sortedCopy(employees);

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 Sample 24. Usage of Iterator

Iterator iterator = ReportingEmp.iterator();
while (iterator.hasNext()) {
   EmployeeBean eb1 = (EmployeeBean)iterator.next();
   EmployeeFactory empFactory = new EmployeeFactory(eb1.getType());
   svEmp = empFactory.getFactoryProduct();
   allocation += svEmp.getAllocation();
}

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 Sample 25. Java 8 Map Merge Example ( Map.merge )

Map<String,String> intMap = new HashMap<String,String>();
strMap.put("Key1","Value1");
strMap.put("Key2", "Value2");
String str = strMap.merge("Key1","Value56",(v1,v2)->v1.substring(3).concat(v2));
System.out.println(str); // prints ue1Value56
System.out.println(strMap); // prints {Key2=Value2, Key1=ue1Value56}

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 Sample 26. Java 8 MapMerge

Map<String,String> strMap = new HashMap<String,String>();
strMap.put("Key1","Value1");
strMap.put("Key2", "Value2");
String str = strMap.merge("Key4","Value56",(v1,v2)->v1.substring(3).concat(v2));
System.out.println(str); // prints Value56
System.out.println(strMap); // prints {Key2=Value2, Key1=Value1, Key4=Value56}

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 Sample 27. Check whether a reference of AbstractCollection holds a List,Queue or Set

public static void main(String[] args)  {
      
       AbstractCollection collection = new ArrayList();
      
       if(collection instanceof AbstractList){
          System.out.println("This is a list");
       }
      
       if(collection instanceof AbstractQueue){
          System.out.println("This is a Queue");
       }
      
       if(collection instanceof AbstractSet){
          System.out.println("This is a Set");
       }
      
}

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 Sample 28. 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 29. Usage of LinkedHashMap


Map<String,String> linkedhashmap = new LinkedHashMap();
linkedhashmap.put("United States", "Washington");
linkedhashmap.put("Canada", "Ottawa");
linkedhashmap.put("Canada", "Ottawa");
linkedhashmap.put("South Africa", "Pretoria");
linkedhashmap.put("South Africa", "Cape Town");
linkedhashmap.put("South Africa", "Bloemfontein");

System.out.println(linkedhashmap); // Duplicates not allowed as it's a Map, Insertion Order as its linked Map

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 Sample 30. 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 31. 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 32. 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 33. 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 34. 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 35. Find the Frequency of a Particular element in a Collection using apache Commons IterableUtils

List<String> list = new ArrayList();
list.add("Washington");
list.add("Washington");
list.add("Nevada");
      
System.out.println(IterableUtils.frequency(list, "Washington")); // prints 2

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 Sample 36. Usage of EnumMap

Map<Country,String> map = new HashMap();
map.put(Country.US, "Washington");
map.put(Country.CANADA, "Ottawa");
map.put(Country.CANADA, "Ottawa");
map.put(Country.SOUTH_AFRICA, "Pretoria");
map.put(Country.SOUTH_AFRICA, "Cape Town");
map.put(Country.SOUTH_AFRICA, "Bloemfontein");

Map<String,String> enumMap = new EnumMap(map); // Prints {CANADA=Ottawa, US=Washington, SOUTH_AFRICA=Bloemfontein}

System.out.println(enumMap); // Duplicates not allowed as it's a Map, Sorted as per order of Enum Declarations

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 Sample 37. 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 38. 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 39. 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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 Sample 40. Usage of Java Collections Stack

Stack<INodeDirectory> directories = new Stack<INodeDirectory>();
for(directories.push((INodeDirectory)inode); !directories.isEmpty(); ) {
   INodeDirectory d = directories.pop();
}

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 Sample 41. Code Sample / Example / Snippet of com.mongodb.DBCollection

  private Enumerable<Object> find(DB mongoDb, String filterJson,

String projectJson, List<Map.Entry<String, Class>> fields) {

final DBCollection collection =

mongoDb.getCollection(collectionName);

final DBObject filter =

filterJson == null ? null : (DBObject) JSON.parse(filterJson);

final DBObject project =

projectJson == null ? null : (DBObject) JSON.parse(projectJson);

final Function1<DBObject, Object> getter = MongoEnumerator.getter(fields);

return new AbstractEnumerable<Object>() {

public Enumerator<Object> enumerator() {

final DBCursor cursor = collection.find(filter, project);

return new MongoEnumerator(cursor, getter);

}

};

}


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 Sample 42. Code Sample / Example / Snippet of java.util.Collection

      public Void apply(ResultSet resultSet) {

++executeCount;

try {

final Collection result =

CalciteAssert.toStringList(resultSet,

ordered ? new ArrayList<String>() : new TreeSet<String>());

if (executeCount == 1) {

expected = result;

} else {

if (!expected.equals(result)) {

assertThat(newlineList(result), equalTo(newlineList(expected)));

fail("oops");

}

}

return null;

} catch (SQLException e) {

throw new RuntimeException(e);

}

}


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 Sample 43. Looping through elements of an ArrayList

public static void main(String[] args){
      List list = new ArrayList();
      list.add(1);
      list.add(2);
      list.add(3);
      for(Integer element: list){
         System.out.println(element);
      }
   }

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 Sample 44. Display elements of a List using For loop

List myList = new ArrayList();
      
myList.add("A");
myList.add("B");
myList.add("C");

for(String str:myList){ // prints A B C
   System.out.println(str);
}

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 Sample 45. Display elements of a List using For Loop and index

List myList = new ArrayList();
      
myList.add("A");
myList.add("B");
myList.add("C");

for(int index=0;index < myList.size(); index++){
   System.out.println(myList.get(index));
}

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 Sample 46. Display Elements of a List using Java 8 Consumer

List myList = new ArrayList();
      
myList.add("A");
myList.add("B");
myList.add("C");

myList.forEach(System.out::println);

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