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Manju Jain
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Joined: Feb 08, 2001
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Assignment requirement:
Use one HashMap object that contains no more than 28 objects.
I am a little confused on this one.
I believed that in a HashMap entry, a key is a separate object and its value is a seperate object. Hence one key/value pair ought to be considered as two objects. That way my HashMap contains more than 28 objects. But I didn't get a nit on this one
though. Am I missing something here.
Cheers
Jytsika
Johannes de Jong
tumbleweed
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Joined: Jan 27, 2001
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Not a bad counter nitpick youself Jytsika .
But they do mean "key + value" combination.
 
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