Java: Miscellaneous: Thoughts on the collection package
any(). setAll(). containsAny().
A superinterface of Collection that only allows to add items, in a way the opposite of Iterator.
Reference variants of these (i.e. the same except that equals (and hashCode) need not be overridden in a specific way)
A superinterface of List that allows index access, but adds items implicitly where it wants to (i.e. you cannot/neednt add items at the index you want to). List.add cannot be used for that purpose because it has to insert at the end.
A bidirectional Iterator.
An iterator that keeps track of the current index (compare Indexable), but doesnt (cannot) have all the feature of ListIterator.
explicitly, i.e. it has times(Object item) etc.
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