BlockingQueue remove() method in Java with examples
The remove(Object obj) method of BlockingQueue removes only one instance of the given Object, passed as parameter, from this BlockingQueue if it is present. It removes an element e such that obj.equals(e) and if this queue contains one or more instance of element e. This method returns true if this queue contained the element which is now removed from BlockingQueue.
public boolean remove(Object o)
Parameter: This method accepts a mandatory parameter obj which is the element to be removed from BlockingQueue.
Return Value: This method returns true if this queue contained the element which is now removed from BlockingQueue. If the BlockingQueue did not contain the element obj, then this method returns false.
Note: The remove() method of BlockingQueue has been inherited from the Queue class in Java.
Below programs illustrates remove(Object obj) method of BlockingQueue class:
Items in Queue are [Karan, Suraj, Harsh, Rahul] String name Karan is removed :true String name Sunny is removed :false String name Harsh is removed :false After Removing Some Elements: Items in Queue are [Suraj, Rahul]
Before removing Elements Employee [name=Ranjeet, position=Tester, salary=29000, Age=27] Employee [name=Sanjeet, position=Manager, salary=98000, Age=34] Employee [name=Karan, position=Analyst, salary=44000, Age=30] After removing Some Elements Employee [name=Karan, position=Analyst, salary=44000, Age=30]