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  • IterableMethodsDemo

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An iterable interface can be implemented with any programming language, but it is most commonly used with functional languages like Haskell and Lisp.

Iterable is a generic interface that can be implemented in any class to provide iterators for collections. It is a generic interface that can be implemented by the user.

Iterables are useful for scenarios where you need to iterate through a list of items, such as in programmatic interfaces where you might specify an Iterable and then use the next() method to iterate through the list.

Here are some examples of Iterable interfaces in Java:

  • List list = new ArrayList();
  • Iterator iterator = list.iterator();
  • while (iterator.hasNext()) {
  • System.out.println(iterator.next());
  • }

Iterable interfaces are a new feature in Java. They allow for multiple methods to be called for the same object in a sequence. This is useful when you want to iterate over an array or when you want to create an iterator object.

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