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ConcurrentModificationException why here ?

Frank Jacobsen
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Joined: May 17, 2002
Posts: 358
I get a ConcurrentModificationException, but why here i create a new list

List<String> subListKundeNumre = kundeNumre.subList(0, 999);

And remove elements from the old list:


There is not two threads at the same time .... I can try to do in a other way, but i have to know, why i got this exception, any good ideas ?

// Frank :-)

Jeff Verdegan

Joined: Jan 03, 2004
Posts: 6109

You don't need multiple threads to get that exception. All you need is for the list to be structurally modified other than through the active iterator. It states this right in the docs for the exception.

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