Fund. CS II (CS152 2004F)

Homework 34: Selecting List Methods

Due: Monday, 1 November 2004

You've dealt significantly with Scheme like lists, which one might describe as iterable collections that preserve order of elements and that you can extend at the front. However, many of the lists that people make have other capabilities and fewer limitations. For example, it is often useful to delete items from a list or to insert at places other than the front. We might describe such lists as iterable collections that preserve the order of elements.

What methods would you have such lists include? Express those methods as a Java interface.

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