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Searching in a Sorted list of map ( List<Map<String, String> list ) using a key

Linda Volquez
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My customer class has a subclass as follow:

My program generated a monthly report in html (a table form) for an specific customer whose information is display at the header, and in the detail vertically specifies the planned projects and for each of them it is expanded per each region the daily hours the project have been reported in the entry of exec. After sort the data using comparable, I want to be able to look for an specific entry on exec. I have to create a report with the header


Can any body suggest me a way I can search for each Exec individually without have to loop the 500 records?
 
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