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Google Guava Multisets

Continuing this tour of Guava we get to the Multiset. I probably don’t use this as much as Multimaps or Bimaps, but it certainly does have it’s uses. So what’s a Multiset ...
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ANTLR – Semantic Predicates

Parsing simple grammar with antlr is simple. All you have to do is to use regular expressions to describe your language and let antlr generate lexer and parser. Parsing big or complicated ...
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Functional Java collections

There is a lot of functional hype these days so I would give a short overview on what is out there at least when it comes to collections in Java. Personally I like standard collections ...
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Google Guava BiMaps

Next up on my tour of Guava, is the BiMap, another useful collection type. It’s pretty simple really, a BiMap is simply a two way map. Inverting a Map A normal java map is a set ...
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Guava Splitter vs StringUtils

So I recently wrote a post about good old reliable Apache Commons StringUtils, which provoked a couple of comments, one of which was that Google Guava provides better mechanisms for ...
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Google Guava BloomFilter

When the Guava project released version 11.0, one of the new additions was the BloomFilter class. A BloomFilter is a unique data-structure used to indicate if an element is contained ...
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Google Guava EventBus and Java 7 WatchService for Event Programming

This post is going to cover using the Guava EventBus to publish changes to a directory or sub-directories detected by the Java 7 WatchService. The Guava EventBus is a great way to add ...
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Google Guava MultiMaps

Guava? This is the first in a series of posts where I’ll be attempting to explain and explore Google’s awesome Guava java library. I first came across Guava whilst searching ...
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Google Guava EventBus for Event Programming

 It’s a given in any software application there are objects that need to share information in order to get work done. In Java applications, one way of achieving information sharing ...
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Guava’s Collections2: Filtering and Transforming Java Collections

One of the conveniences of Groovy is the ability to easily perform filtering and transformation operations on collections via Groovy’s closure support. Guava brings filtering ...
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