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the following code




gives me output

3...object name t-h-r-e-e
2...object name t-w-o
1...object name o-n-e

but what i want is

1...object name o-n-e
2...object name t-w-o
3...object name t-h-r-e-e

I need the above output for correct functionality of my application ...
am ok in using another collection object .. like HashTable !!
how do i achieve the above output
 
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Originally posted by lavnish lalchandani:
how do i achieve the above output



By not using a HashMap !
From the java doc for HashMap

This class makes no guarantees as to the order of the map; in particular, it does not guarantee that the order will remain constant over time.



If order is important use a LinkedHashMap
 
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[Joanne]: If order is important use a LinkedHashMap

Or possibly a TreeMap. In this example they will both give the same output. But if you change

to

then the LinkedHashMap will iterate in the order the items were added (3-2-1) while the TreeMap will iterate in the natural order of the keys (1-2-3). Choose whichever behavior seems more appropriate for your application.
 
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