Please respond to the following discussion response with a minimum of 200 words

Please respond to the following discussion response with a minimum of 200 words and use a reference. 
ArrayList:
Characteristics:
ArrayList is used to store components and remove components at any  time because it is flexible to add and remove the components.  
ArrayList is similar to arrays but the arrays were deterministic and ArrayList was non-deterministic.
ArrayList allows adding duplicate components.
ArrayList maintains the order of components in the order of insertion.
The following statement shows how to initialize the ArrayList.
ArrayList list=new ArrayList();
The above list object is used to add different types of components into ArrayList.
ArrayList list=new ArrayList();
The above list object is used to add only the String type component  into the ArrayList. If someone tries to add other types of components  then it provides a compile-time error.
The following statement shows how to add components into ArrayList.
list.add(“Cat”);
list.add(“Dog”);
list.add(“Cow”);
list.add(“Horse”);
add() is the method used to add components into the ArrayList. Here  the String type is specified so the parameters are enclosed with the  double-quotes. Instead of String Integer type is provided then the  number is passed as a parameter without double-quotes.
The following statement shows how to update components in ArrayList.
list.set(1,”Goat”);
Now the component at index 1 is set as Goat instead of Dog. In the  set() method the first parameter specifies the index value and the  second parameter specifies the updated component.
The following statements show how to get all the components that were stored in the ArrayList.
for(String str: list)
{
System.out.println(str);
}
From the above statement, the for-each loop is used to iterate the ArrayList to get all the components in the ArrayList.
Iterator it=list.iterator();
while(it.hasNext())
{
System.out.println(it.next());
}
From the above statement, the Iterator interface is used to get the ArrayList components.
The following statement shows how to remove components from the ArrayList.
list.remove(0);
Now the component at index 0 is deleted from the ArrayList.
The following is the java code that implements the ArrayList.
import java.util.*;
public class ArrayListDataStructure
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{
ArrayList list=new ArrayList();
list.add(“Cat”);
list.add(“Parrot”);
list.add(“Horse”);
list.add(“Cow”);
list.add(“Dog”);
System.out.println(“ArrayList Components”);
for(String str:list)
{
System.out.println(str);
}
list.set(2, “Golden Fish”);
System.out.println(“nArrayList Components after update”);
for(String st:list)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
System.out.println(“Size of ArrayList:”+list.size());
list.remove(3);
System.out.println(“nArrayList Components after Delete”);
for(String str:list)
{
System.out.println(str);
}
System.out.println(“Size of ArrayList:”+list.size());
list.add(“Love Birds”);
Collections.sort(list);
System.out.println(“nArrayList Components after Sorting”);
for(String str:list)
{
System.out.println(str);
}
}
}
LinkedList:
Characteristics of LinkedList are the same as ArrayList like  allowing duplicate components, components stored in the order of  insertion, and non synchronized.
The difference is that manipulation is fast in LinkedList as  compared to ArrayList because the ArrayList needs more shifting to  remove a component but the LinkedList does not need shifting.
The following statement shows how to initialize the LinkedList.
LinkedList ll=new LinkedList();
The following statement shows how to add components into LinkedList.
ll.add(“James”);
ll.add(“Daniel”);
ll.addFirst(“Hepson”);
ll.addLast(“Shibi”);
The following statement shows how to update components in LinkedList.
ll.set(2,”Anisha”);
The following statements show how to get all the components that were stored in the LinkedList.
for(String st:ll)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
The following statement shows how to remove components from LinkedList.
ll.remove(3);
The following is the java code that implements LinkedList.
import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.LinkedList;
public class LinkedListDataStructure
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{
LinkedList ll=new LinkedList();
ll.add(“Dhanya”);
ll.add(“Daniel”);
ll.add(“Xavier”);
ll.addFirst(“Hepson”);
ll.addLast(“Shibi”);
System.out.println(“LinkedList Components”);
for(String st:ll)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
ll.set(2,”Anisha”);
System.out.println(“nLinkedList Components after update”);
for(String st:ll)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
System.out.println(“Size of LinkedList:”+ll.size());
ll.remove(3);
System.out.println(“nLinkedList Components after Delete”);
for(String st:ll)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
System.out.println(“Size of LinkedList:”+ll.size());
Collections.sort(ll);
System.out.println(“nLinkedList Components after Sorting”);
for(String st:ll)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
}
}
Vector:
Vector is also a dynamic array so there is no size limit.
Vector class implements List interface so all the methods in List interface can be used in Vector.
Vector is synchronized so it is better to use vector in thread-safe implementation.
The following statement shows how to initialize a Vector class.
Vector vec=new Vector();
The following statement shows how to add components to a Vector.
v.addElement(“Cake”);
v.addElement(“Biscuit”);
v.addElement(“IceCream”);
v.addElement(“Chocolate”);
The following statement shows how to update components in Vector.
v.set(1,”Drinks”);
The following statement shows how to remove components from the Vector.
v.remove(3);
The following is the java code that implements Vector.
import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.Vector;
public class VectorDataStructure
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{
Vector v =new Vector();
v.addElement(“Cake”);
v.addElement(“Biscuit”);
v.addElement(“IceCream”);
v.addElement(“Chocolate”);
System.out.println(“Vector Components”);
for(String st:v)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
v.set(1,”Drinks”);
System.out.println(“nVector Components after update”);
for(String st:v)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
System.out.println(“Size of Vector:”+v.size());
v.remove(3);
System.out.println(“nVector Components after Delete”);
for(String st:v)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
System.out.println(“Size of Vector:”+v.size());
v.add(“Biscuit”);
Collections.sort(v);
System.out.println(“nVector Components after Sorting”);
for(String st:v)
{
System.out.println(st);
}
}
}
ArrayList:
The ArrayList is a resizable array that can be used to store  different types of components at any time. In ArrayList components can  be added anywhere by specifying the index.
The following is the description of the code
Initialize an ArrayList class.
Use add() method to add components into the ArrayList class.
For-each loop is used to print the components.
Use the set() method to update the component.
Use the remove() method to delete the component.
Use size() to get the current size of the ArrayList.
Use the sort() method in Collections to sort the components in the ArrayList.
LinkedList:
LinkedList class is used to implement the Linked List linear data  structure. The components are not stored in the neighboring address and  it is stored as containers.  
The following is the description of the code.
Initialize the LinkedList class.
Use add() method to add components into the LinkedList class.
For-each loop is used to print the components.
Use the set() method to update the component.
Use the remove() method to delete the component.
Use size() to get the current size of the LinkedList.
Use the sort() method in Collections to sort the components in the LinkedList.
Snip of the Output:
Vector:
Vector is the growable array. Vector is synchronized so it has legacy  methods. Iterators can not be returned by the vector class because if  any concurrent changes occur then it throws the  ConcurrentModificationException.
The following is the description of the code
Initialize the Vector class.
Use and elements() method to add components into the Vector class.
For-each loop is used to print the components.
Use the set() method to update the component.
Use the remove() method to delete the component.
Use size() to get the current size of the Vector.
Use the sort() method in Collections to sort the components in the Vector.

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