Home Java Example Java Util Java remove()
Questions:Ask|Latest

 
 

Share on Google+Share on Google+

Java remove()

Advertisement
In this section, you will get the detailed explanation about the remove() method of interface Iterator.

Java remove()

     

In this section, you will get the detailed explanation about the remove() method of interface Iterator. We are going to use remove() method of interface Iterator in Java. The description of the code is given below for the usage of the method.

Description of the code:

Here, you will get to know about the remove() method through the following java program. This method removes the last element returned by the iterator (optional operation) from the collection. As per every call to next, this method can only be called once. However, the iteration will continue other than by calling this method. This method will throw UnsupportedOperationException if the iterator doesn't support the remove operation and will throw IllegalStateException if after the last call to the next method, the remove method has already been called.

In the program code given below, we have taken a list of array that contains 0- 10 elements. Then with the help of hasNext() method we will get next elements as output. And to remove any element from the loop, we have applied remove() method which will remove that element which gives 0 remainder in this iteration. Hence we get the following output.

Here is the code of program:

import java.util.*;

public class remove{
  public static void main (String args[]){
  ArrayList arr = new ArrayList();
  System.out.println("Total elements of iterator: ");
  for (int i = 1; i < 10; i++arr.add(i);
  int count = 0;
  for (Iterator i = arr.iterator(); i.hasNext();){
  System.out.println ("element is " + i.next());
  }
  System.out.println("After removing : ");
  for (Iterator i = arr.iterator(); i.hasNext();){
  count++;
  i.next();
  if (count%== 0i.remove();
  }
  for (Iterator i = arr.iterator(); i.hasNext();){
  System.out.println ("element is " + i.next());
  }
  }
  }

Output of the program:

C:\>cd unique

C:\unique>javac remove.java

C:\unique>java remove
Total elements of iterator:
element is 1
element is 2
element is 3
element is 4
element is 5
element is 6
element is 7
element is 8
element is 9
After removing :
element is 1
element is 2
element is 3
element is 5
element is 6
element is 7
element is 9

C:\unique>

Download this example.

Advertisements

If you enjoyed this post then why not add us on Google+? Add us to your Circles



Liked it!  Share this Tutorial


Follow us on Twitter, or add us on Facebook or Google Plus to keep you updated with the recent trends of Java and other open source platforms.

Posted on: March 3, 2008

Related Tutorials

Ask Questions?    Discuss: Java remove()   View All Comments

Post your Comment


Your Name (*) :
Your Email :
Subject (*):
Your Comment (*):
  Reload Image
 
 
Comments
ariden
April 24, 2011
reponse

Hello, when i remove as you done, i've got after removing : 1,2,3,,5,6,7,,9 and not 1,2,3,5,6,7,9 how can i resolv this ?
DMCA.com