HashSet extends AbstractSet and implements the Set interface. It creates a collection that uses a hash table for storage. It stores information by using a mechanism called hashing. In hashing, the informational content of a key is used to determine a unique value, called its hash code.
There are three simple ways to iterate over a HashSet, which is the following :
- Using Iterator
- Without using Iterator (using for loop)
- Using for-each loop
Method 1: Iterator method
In this method, we iterate HashSet with the help of iterator. First, we make an iterator to iterate HashSet with the help of the iterator() method in Java.
// Create a iterator of integer type to iterate HashSet Iterator<Integer> it = set.iterator();
And then iterate HashSet with the help of hasNext() and Next() method in Java. Where hasNext() method check whether HashSet has elements or not and, Next() method access the data of HashSet.
Note: Use Next() method only one time after hasNext().
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Method 2: Iterate using for loop
In this method, we iterate HashSet using a simple for loop. Bellow is the implementation of this approach:
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Method 3: Using forEach() method
In this method, we iterate HashSet using forEach() loop in Java. Bellow is the implementation of this method:
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