Android examples for java.util:Collection Filter

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- Answers true if a predicate is true for at least one element of a collection.
- find if any element in Collection meets the Predicate
- remove Element from Collection by Predicate
- replace Or Add element in Collection by Predicate
- filter Collection by android Predicate
- Returns the number of occurrences of obj in Collection.
- Returns true iff some element of a is also an element of b, between two Collection
- Returns a Collection containing the exclusive disjunction (symmetric difference) of the given Collection s.
- Returns a Map mapping each unique element in the given Collection to an Integer representing the number of occurances of that element in the Collection .
- Returns a Collection containing the intersection of the given Collection s.
- Returns true iff the given Collection s contain exactly the same elements with exactly the same cardinality.
- Returns true iff a is a proper sub-collection of b, that is, iff the cardinality of e in a is less than or equal to the cardinality of e in b, for each element e in a, and there is at least one element f such that the cardinality of f in b is strictly greater than the cardinality of f in a.
- Returns true iff a is a sub-collection of b, that is, iff the cardinality of e in a is less than or equal to the cardinality of e in b, for each element e in a.
- Returns a Collection containing a - b.
- Returns a Collection containing the union of the given Collection s.
- Filter the collection by applying a Predicate to each element.
- filter value from Collection by Predicate
- for Each value Filtered in a Collection
- remove All filtered value from Collection by Predicate