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unmodifiableList(List list)

 
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i am using Linkedlist in my program and i want to make it unmodifiable thru out my program so i am using this method


LinkedList<Object> l=new LinkedList<Objectl.add("a");
l.add("b");
l.add("c");
l.add("d");
List list=Collections.unmodifiableList(l);//here is an error

while i use arraylist,vector in place of linkedlist it is not showing any error

why?
linkedlist is also implementing the List interface as arraylist and vector does


:roll:


please somebody give me the best suggestion with example( iam learning OOPs through collection frame work)
 
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Whats the exception that you are getting. The following program works using LinkedList:

 
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I run your code and there are no errors in it.

What errors do you receive? Compile time? Run time?

 
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You are likely receiving a compile-time warning.
List list=Collections.unmodifiableList(l);//here is an error
Try this:
List<Object> list=Collections.unmodifiableList(l);//here is an error

As a side note, I strongly recommend against using collections in this way (or even at all).
 
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