NavigableMap size() Method in Java



To get the size of NavigableMap, use the size() method. It returns the count of elements in the NavigableMap.

Let us first create a NavigableMap and add some elements to it −

NavigableMap<Integer,String> n = new TreeMap<Integer,String>();
n.put(5, "Tom");
n.put(9, "John");
n.put(14, "Jamie");
n.put(1, "Tim");
n.put(4, "Jackie");
n.put(15, "Kurt");
n.put(19, "Tiger");
n.put(24, "Jacob");

Now, get the size −

n.size();

The following is an example to implement the size() method to get the size of the NavigableMap −

Example

 Live Demo

import java.util.*;
public class Demo {
   public static void main(String[] args) {
      NavigableMap<Integer,String> n = new TreeMap<Integer,String>();
      n.put(5, "Tom");
      n.put(9, "John");
      n.put(14, "Jamie");
      n.put(1, "Tim");
      n.put(4, "Jackie");
      n.put(15, "Kurt");
      n.put(19, "Tiger");
      n.put(24, "Jacob");
      System.out.println("NavigableMap elements...
"+n); System.out.println("The size of the NavigableMap = " + n.size()); } }

Output

NavigableMap elements...
{1=Tim, 4=Jackie, 5=Tom, 9=John, 14=Jamie, 15=Kurt, 19=Tiger, 24=Jacob}
The size of the NavigableMap = 8
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