DelayQueue remainingCapacity() method in Java with Examples
The remainingCapacity() method of DelayQueue always returns Integer.MAX_VALUE because a DelayQueue is not capacity constrained. That means, irrespective of the size of the DelayQueue it returns same result, i.e. Integer.MAX_VALUE.
public int remainingCapacity ()
Return Value: The function returns Integer.MAX_VALUE.
Exception: No exceptions are present.
Below programs illustrate the DelayQueue.remainingCapacity() method:
Size of the DelayQueue: 2 DelayQueue Remaining Capacity:2147483647 Size of the DelayQueue: 1 DelayQueue Remaining Capacity:2147483647 Size of the DelayQueue: 0 DelayQueue Remaining Capacity:2147483647
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