Stream empty() in Java with Examples
Stream empty() creates an empty sequential Stream.
static <T> Stream<T> empty()
- T : The type of stream elements.
- Stream : A sequence of objects that supports various methods which can be pipelined to produce the desired result.
Return Value : Stream empty() returns an empty sequential stream.
Note : An empty stream might be useful to avoid null pointer exceptions while callings methods with stream parameters.
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