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The one exception is that you can remove from the collection, by using the remove() method of Iterator, not the remove() method of the collection. Supporting remove() in an Iterator implementation is optional, but ArrayList does support it.
Note that you have written hasMoreElements(), but Iterator has no such method; it is hasNext(). You're thinking of Enumeration, which is mostly obsolete.
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Also, always call itr.next() in your loop. It's best to make it the first statement of your loop body. If you forget, then calling itr.remove() will throw an exception. Even worse, if you forget and don't try to remove anything, your program will hang until you kill it.