6.-LinkedLists.txt

6.-LinkedLists.txt - LinkedList The LinkedList is very...

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LinkedList The LinkedList is very similar in syntax to the ArrayList. You can easily change an ArrayList to a LinkedList by changing the object type. import java.util.LinkedList; public class MyClass { public static void main(String[ ] args) { LinkedList<String> c = new LinkedList<String>(); c.add("Red"); c.add("Blue"); c.add("Green"); c.add("Orange"); c.remove("Green"); System.out.println(c); } } // Outputs [Red, Blue, Orange] You cannot specify an initial capacity for the LinkedList. LinkedList vs. ArrayList The most notable difference between the LinkedList and the ArrayList is in the way they store objects. The ArrayList is better for storing and accessing data, as it is very similar to a normal array. The LinkedList is better for manipulating data, such as making numerous inserts
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