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How to iterate over two different HashMaps?

Sneha Kashyap

Joined: May 06, 2009
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I am trying to iterate over two the hashMaps where I need the combination of elements from both the hashMaps. The iteration must be something similar to bubble Sort

Instead of using an ArrayList I need to use a HashMap which holds the value and its associated count.I am unable to figure out what to use in place of indexes(i and j)
Please help me
Thanks in advance
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