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ArrayList Method

Sundarajan Srinivasan

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The method in the ArrayList (removeRange(int fromIndex,int toIndex)) has a protected access. How to use it??
Mohamed Sanaulla
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You have got an answer here. Please use the same thread for further discussions related to this query.

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Paul Clapham

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Well, since the method is protected, that means that only subclasses of ArrayList and classes in the same package as ArrayList (java.util) can access it, right?

And you can't create a class in the java.util package. So that, as you can see, leaves only one possibility.
Martin Vajsar

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Please continue the discussion in the aforementioned thread.
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