The removeAll() method of AbstractSequentialList in Java

Java 8Object Oriented ProgrammingProgramming

The removeAll() is a method inherited from AbstractCollection class. It removes all the elements of this collection that are also contained in the specified collection.

The syntax is as follows:

public boolean removeAll(Collection<?> c)

Here, the parameter c is the collection having elements to be removed from this collection.

To work with the AbstractSequentialList class in Java, you need to import the following package:

import java.util.AbstractSequentialList;

The following is an example to implement AbstractSequentialList removeAll() method in Java:

Example

 Live Demo

import java.util.LinkedList;
import java.util.AbstractSequentialList;
public class Demo {  
   public static void main(String[] args) {
      AbstractSequentialList<Integer> absSequential = new LinkedList<>();
      absSequential.add(210);
      absSequential.add(290);
      absSequential.add(350);
      absSequential.add(490);
      absSequential.add(540);
      absSequential.add(670);
      absSequential.add(870);
      System.out.println("Elements in the AbstractSequentialList1 = "+absSequential);
      AbstractSequentialList<Integer> absSequential2 = new LinkedList<>();
      absSequential2.add(670);
      absSequential2.add(870);
      System.out.println("Elements in the AbstractSequentialList2 = "+absSequential2);
      absSequential.removeAll(absSequential2);
      System.out.println("Elements in the updated AbstractSequentialList1 = "+absSequential);
   }
}

Output

Elements in the AbstractSequentialList1 = [210, 290, 350, 490, 540, 670, 870]
Elements in the AbstractSequentialList2 = [670, 870]
Elements in the updated AbstractSequentialList1 = [210, 290, 350, 490, 540]
raja
Published on 02-Apr-2019 11:41:14
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