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LinkedXXX vs XXX iteration speed
Joined: Jul 29, 2009
Feb 02, 2010 10:26:25
K&B 6 book ch 7:
p. 562: "...LinkedList may iterate more slowly then an ArrayList"
p. 564: "...you can expect faster iteration with a LinkedHashMap" (compared to
So do LinkedXXX provide slower or faster iteration compared to XXX? I'd expect the trend be the same for Lists and Maps?
Joined: Aug 03, 2008
Feb 02, 2010 23:38:07
I'd expect the trend be the same for Lists and Maps?
Why?? Lists and Maps are two completely different things. Iteration speed depends on the implementation of a collection. It doesn't has to do anything with names (LinkedXXX or XXX)...
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