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revised Is there an “ask for only what you need” interface principle?
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revised Is there an “ask for only what you need” interface principle?
Linking to Bob Martin's paper on ISP
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comment Why do Java's Iterator and ListIterator point between elements?
After @kevincline pointed out that Guava has (at least a unidirectional peeking iterator,) I may delete the Google code project, especially if I get an answer to my question about how to peek back or if I get an accepted enhancement request to add this to Guava.
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comment Why do Java's Iterator and ListIterator point between elements?
Thanks Kevin! I posted a follow-up question to this on SO: Is it possible to use Guava's ForwardingListIterator with a PeekingIterator?
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revised Why do Java's Iterator and ListIterator point between elements?
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comment Why do Java's Iterator and ListIterator point between elements?
Now it is. I synchronized every method based on your logic.
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comment Why do Java's Iterator and ListIterator point between elements?
If you're interested, see my edit. I implemented and packaged an extension to ArrayList to accomplish this.
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