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Conclusion

Conclusion

This chapter has described the patterns for using the collection classes. This concludes the patterns for Java and its collection classes. The preceding patterns were all written with a bias towards application development, where simplicity and ease of communication drive costs down but it is possible to change the design of the whole application at once. The following chapter describes how to modify these patterns when building frameworks, where complexity is acceptable if it preserves the ability to continue evolving the framework without being able to change all application code.

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