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  1. Re: What is the rationale behind `immutableCollection` family of methods, and the advantages of the particular pattern?

    If by Collection interface you mean a sort of collection java defines - a MODIFIABLE collection, then no - an unmodifiable data structure cannot implement a writeable data structure. It is the other...
  2. Re: What is the rationale behind `immutableCollection` family of methods, and the advantages of the particular pattern?

    I have views too, the difference is just that my views are unmodifiable by interface signature, while with Java Collections they are typed as Set or Collection or some other collection subclass type.
  3. What is the rationale behind `immutableCollection` family of methods, and the advantages of the particular pattern?

    Hi all,

    I have recently designed and implemented a group of my own reduced set and collections interfaces and classes. It was part of school assignment, but I used the opportunity to test some...
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