DoubleStream skip(long n) returns a stream consisting of the remaining elements of this stream after discarding the first n elements of the stream. If this stream contains fewer than n elements then an empty stream will be returned.
Note : DoubleStream skip() is a stateful intermediate operation i.e, it may incorporate state from previously seen elements when processing new elements. Stateful intermediate operations may need to process the entire input before producing a result. For example, one cannot produce any results from sorting a stream until one has seen all elements of the stream.
DoubleStream skip(long n)
- DoubleStream : A sequence of primitive double-valued elements. This is the double primitive specialization of Stream.
- n : The number of leading elements to skip.
Return Value : The function returns the new stream after discarding first n elements.
Exception : The function throws IllegalArgumentException if n is negative.
Example 1 :
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Example 2 :
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