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ListIterator<String> it = list.listIterator(); System.out.println("it.nextIndex(): " + it.nextIndex()); System.out.println("it.next(): " + it.next()); System.out.println("it.previousIndex(): " + it.previousIndex()); System.out.println("it.nextIndex(): " + it.nextIndex()); System.out.println("it.next(): " + it.next()); System.out.println("it.next(): " + it.next()); System.out.println("it.previous(): " + it.previous()); System.out.println("it.previousIndex(): " + it.previousIndex()); System.out.println("it.nextIndex(): " + it.nextIndex()); System.out.println("it.previous(): " + it.previous()); System.out.println("it.next(): " + it.next()); System.out.println("it.next(): " + it.next()); System.out.println("it.next(): " + it.next()); System.out.println("it.add(\"X\"):"); it.add("X"); System.out.println(list); System.out.println("it.next(): " + it.next()); System.out.println("it.set(\"Y\"):"); it.set("Y"); System.out.println(list); System.out.println("it.next(): " + it.next()); System.out.println("it.remove():"); it.remove(); System.out.println("it.next(): " + it.next()); System.out.println(list); } }
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[A, B, C, D, E, F, G, it.nextIndex(): 0 it.next(): A it.previousIndex(): 0 it.nextIndex(): 1 it.next(): B it.next(): C it.previous(): C it.previousIndex(): 1 it.nextIndex(): 2 it.previous(): B it.next(): B it.next(): C it.next(): D it.add("X"): [A, B, C, D, X, E, F, it.next(): E it.set("Y"): [A, B, C, D, X, Y, F, it.next(): F it.remove(): it.next(): G [A, B, C, D, X, Y, G, H]
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The output shows the effects of the nine ListIterator methods. At lines 7 and 10, the nextIndex() method returns the index number of the iterator s current element: first 0, and then 1. Similarly, the previousIndex() method returns the index number of the iterator s previous element. The next() and previous() methods move the iterator up and down the list. At line 21, the add() method inserts a new
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Figure 7.1 Methods specified by the java.util.ListIterator interface
element X immediately after that last element referenced by the next() method, which was D. At line 25, the set() method changes the last element referenced by the next() method, from E to Y. At line 29, the remove() method deletes the last element referenced by the next() method, which was F.
Like a finger tracing through some text, an iterator is an object bound to a collection that moves independently of other iterators on the same collection. EXAMPLE 7.4 Using Several ListIterator Objects Iterating on the Same List Object
This program illustrates some of the methods that are specific to the ArrayList class:
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public class TestingSeveralIterators { public static void main(String[] args) { List<String> list = new ArrayList<String>(); Collections.addAll(list, "A", "B", "C", "D"); System.out.println(list); ListIterator<String> it1 = list.listIterator(); System.out.println("it1.next(): " + it1.next()); System.out.println("it1.next(): " + it1.next()); System.out.println("it1.next(): " + it1.next()); System.out.println("it1.add(\"X\"):"); it1.add("X"); System.out.println(list);
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ListIterator<String> it2 = list.listIterator(); System.out.println("it2.next(): " + it2.next()); System.out.println("it2.next(): " + it2.next()); System.out.println("it2.set(\"Y\"):"); it2.set("Y"); System.out.println(list); ListIterator<String> it3 = list.listIterator(); System.out.println("it3.next(): " + it3.next()); System.out.println("it3.next(): " + it3.next()); System.out.println("it3.next(): " + it3.next()); System.out.println("it3.next(): " + it3.next()); System.out.println("it1.previous(): " + it1.previous()); System.out.println("it1.previous(): " + it1.previous()); System.out.println("it1.previous(): " + it1.previous()); } }
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[A, B, C, D] it1.next(): A it1.next(): B it1.next(): C it1.add("X"): [A, B, C, X, D] it2.next(): A it2.next(): B it2.set("Y"): [A, Y, C, X, D] it3.next(): A it3.next(): Y it3.next(): C it3.next(): X it1.previous(): X it1.previous(): C it1.previous(): Y The first iterator it1 advances past the first three elements and then inserts X between C and D at line 11. The second iterator it2 advances past the first two elements and then changes B and Y at line 17. The third iterator it3 advances past the first four elements, including the changed element Y and the inserted element X. Finally, the first iterator it1 backs up over the previous three elements, including the inserted element X and the changed element Y.
OTHER LIST TYPES The JCF defines a concrete LinkedList class. (See page 86.) But that may not be exactly what you need for certain applications. In those cases, the AbstractList class can be extended to obtain a custom-made list class that is consistent with the JCF. EXAMPLE 7.5 A Ring Class
This defines a list class that uses a circular, singly linked list. It is similar to the LinkedList class, except that the next() method is able to wrap around from the end of the list to the beginning, thus forming a circle or ring.
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public class Ring<E> extends AbstractList<E> implements List<E> { private Node<E> end; private int size;
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