Differences between HashList and HashMap, Set and List

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Ashutosh Gupta

  • Jun 26th, 2005
 

Hashtable is synchronised and Hashmap is not. 
List allow duplicate entries but Set does not allow.

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Srinivasa Reddy

  • Aug 4th, 2005
 

Hashmap allows null values as key but Hashtable does not. 
List can store ordered elements and duplicates. 
Set can't allow duplecates and the order is unordered.

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Pavan

  • Sep 1st, 2005
 

HashMap is same as HashTable except that it is not Synchronized and allow null values. 
List is an ordered collection and it allow nulls and duplicates in it. Set doesn't allow duplicates, it may allow nulls. 
 
I am not getting what is HashList here.

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kuriakose

  • Sep 29th, 2005
 

HashList is a data structure storing objects in a hash table and a list.it is a combination of hashmap and doubly linked list. acess will be faster. HashMap is hash table implementation of map interface it is same as HashTable except that it is unsynchronized and allow null values.     List is an ordered collection and it allow nulls and duplicates in it. positional acess is possible.                                                       Set is a collection that doesn't allow duplicates, it may allow at most one null element. same as our mathematical set.

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kayalsuku

  • Jun 2nd, 2008
 

HashMap is an unordered and unsorted map. Allow one null key and many null values.

Lists are collections that maintain their elements in order, and can contain duplicates.

Set interface do not allow duplicate elements. A set can contain at most one null value.A Set  is an unordered collection of distinct objects

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nnandurkar

  • Jun 23rd, 2010
 

Hashtable is syncronised where as HashMap is not. Hence, HashMap is faster.
Hasttable does not allow any null value as either key or value. However, HashMap allows multiple null values and one null as a key.

Set has no duplicate items and allows only one null element.
List might have duplicate items and allows multiple null element.

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