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25. Three Cusors of Java ListIterator?

 

 

 

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ListIterator:

1. By using ListIterator we can move either to the forward direction or to the backward direction, and hence ListIterator is bidirectional cursor
2. By using ListIterator we can perform replacement and addition of new Objects in addition to read and remove operations.
3. We can create ListIterator Object by using listIterator() method of List Interface. public ListIterator listIterator()


Example:

ListIterator itr=l.listIterator();

Where l is any List Object.

Note: ListIterator is the most powerful cursor but its limitation is, it is applicable only for List implemented class objects and it is not a universal cursor.

 

 

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