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Enumeration interface

Vijay pillai
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Joined: Jan 10, 2001
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thks for the ans this was very useful.
if someone could tell me which class in the API directly implements Enumeration.
Manfred Leonhardt
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From reading another of your posts, I gather that you are confused about the Enumeration interface issue. I will try and clear it up for you.
By stating that a class implements the Enumeration interface we are telling all class users that we have the following routines implemented:
boolean hasMoreElements();
Object getNextElement();
A few collections (i.e., Vector, Hashtable) have 'default' (accessible only from within java.util package) classes that implement the Enumeration interface.
Lets use the Vector class as an example:

The above code provides the means to make use of the following code:

[This message has been edited by Manfred Leonhardt (edited January 11, 2001).]
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