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meeta gaur
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why doesn't reflect on stringSet ?


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meeta gaur wrote:why doesn't reflect on stringSet ?

Why would you think it does? Nothing in the documentation says the result of toArray() is connected with the collection it was called on.

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meeta gaur
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Winston Gutkowski wrote:
meeta gaur wrote:why doesn't reflect on stringSet ?

Why would you think it does? Nothing in the documentation says the result of toArray() is connected with the collection it was called on.

Winston


Because it happens in case of Arrays.asList().That's why i thought same.
 
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