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Prerequisite: Decade Class, Ennead Class Below are the methods to implement a Decade Class using Ennead Class in Java: Using direct values // Java program… Read More
Prerequisite: Ennead Class, Octet Class Below are the methods to implement a Ennead Class using Octet Class in Java: Using direct values // Java program… Read More
Prerequisite: Septet Class, Sextet Class Below are the methods to implement a Septet Class using Sextet Class in Java: Using direct values // Java program… Read More
Prerequisite: Octet Class, Septet Class Below are the methods to implement a Octet Class using Septet Class in Java: Using direct values // Java program… Read More
Prerequisite: Sextet Class, Quintet Class Below are the methods to implement a Sextet Class using Quintet Class in Java: Using direct values // Java program… Read More
Following are the ways to implement Quintet Class with Quartet Class Using direct values import java.util.*; import org.javatuples.*;    class GfG {        public static… Read More
Following are the ways to implement Pair Class with Unit Class Using direct values import java.util.*; import org.javatuples.*;    class GfG {        public static… Read More
Following are the ways to implement Quartet Class with Triplet Class Using direct values import java.util.*; import org.javatuples.*;    class GfG {     public static void… Read More
Following are the ways to implement Triplet Class with Pair Class Using direct values import java.util.*; import org.javatuples.*;    class GfG {        public static… Read More
The removeFromX() method in org.javatuples is used to remove a value from the existing tuple, from the index X. Since JavaTuples are immutable, hence removing… Read More
The setAtX() method in org.javatuples is used to change the value in the existing tuple, at the index X. Since JavaTuples are immutable, hence changing… Read More
The toList() method in org.javatuples is used to convert the values in TupleClass into a List. This List is of Object type, so that it… Read More
A KeyValue is a Tuple from JavaTuples library that deals with only 2 elements – a key and a value. Since this KeyValue is a… Read More
A LabelValue is a Tuple from JavaTuples library that deals with only 2 elements – a label and a value. Since this LabelValue is a… Read More
The equals() method in org.javatuples is used to check whether a TupleClass is equal to the TupleClass given as parameter. This method can be used… Read More