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    Hi all,

    I need brief introduction about Collections in Java
    What is the main use of collections?
    Where cloud we use it in real time ?
    What is the main purpose to implement this concept ?

    Please any one give me the above three questions .


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    What did google tell you? What do you think the answers are? We aren't just going to do your homework for you.
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    Collections hold stuff. They're used whenever you need to hold stuff. They're implemented because people sometimes want their program to hold stuff.

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