In comparing ArrayList to LinkedList, you will see (for example) that an ArrayList allows for fast random access, while a LinkedList allows for fast insertions and deletions from the middle.
Originally posted by Stan James:
Wow, I like Eckell, but All those bold words make me bug eyed...
For what it's worth, his convention is...
...identifiers (method, variable, and class names) are set in bold. Most keywords are also set in bold, except for those keywords that are used so much that the bolding can become tedious, such as "class."
Hmmm... We certainly wouldn't want bolding to become "tedious."
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