Difference between Fail Safe and FailFast Iterator

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Difference between Fail Safe and FailFast Iterator

fail-safe iterators are relatively new concept in Java. as compared to fail-fast iterator which fail as soon as they detect any structural change in c
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  • Submitted on: 2012-02-12 04:35:39

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fail-safe iterators are relatively new concept in Java. as compared to fail-fast iterator which fail as soon as they detect any structural change in collection once iteration is begin, fail-safe iterator doesn't fail at all because instead of working on original collection they work on clone
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