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import java.util.*;

 * Collections Utilities.
 * @author <a href=""></a>
public class CollectionsUtil {

     * Private constructor.
    private CollectionsUtil() {

     * Create an Object {@link Set} from the supplied objects.
     * @param objects The objects to be added to the set.
     * @return The {@link Set}.
    public static <T> Set<T> toSet(T... objects) {
        Set<T> theSet = new HashSet<T>();
        addToCollection(theSet, objects);
        return theSet;

     * Create an Object {@link List} from the supplied objects.
     * @param objects The objects to be added to the list.
     * @return The {@link List}.
    public static <T> List<T> toList(T... objects) {
        List<T> theSet = new ArrayList<T>();
        addToCollection(theSet, objects);
        return theSet;

    private static <T> void addToCollection(Collection<T> theCollection, T... objects) {
        for(T object : objects) {


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