This is a question you can answer for yourself by looking at the Java SE Javadoc API. Both Map and Set are in the java.util package. If you have questions about what you read, let us know and we'll try and clarify. [ March 12, 2007: Message edited by: Merrill Higginson ]
well... thanks for nothing since i already knew where the documentation was... but actually i was confused by HashSet vs. HashMap. I see now that sets are not key-value pairs but rather just a list of values that can not be duplicated.
did i state that correctly? [ March 12, 2007: Message edited by: Ra Carter ]
Originally posted by Ra Carter: well... thanks for nothing since i already knew where the documentation was...
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the documentation did help... i was only joking with that comment but not really.. damn you people for not spoon feeding me answers!