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Brian Lugo
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What causes an Object's hashcode to be altered.
I came across this in ExamPrep book with refrence to Hashtable. The author says:
-- Don't alter an object stored in a Hashtable, if the modification affects the hashcode. If you have to alter an object, remove it from the table, modify it, and then put it back. --
Thanks,
Brian
Brian Lugo
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Joined: Nov 10, 2000
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Nevermind,
I guess this may be in reference to the classes
that implement their own hashcode method by overriding Object/Parent class hashcode method.
Brian
 
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