# Remove a value with remove() method

In this section you will learn to remove an object from a particular position specified by a index value. Here is an example that provides the usage of the remove() method in more detail.

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# Remove a value with remove() method

In this section you will learn to remove an object from a particular position specified by a  index value. Here is an example that provides the usage of the remove() method in more detail.

Create a class "`VecRemove"` with an vector. Populate it with the integer objects using add(int,object) method. Now remove an object from a particular position specified by a index value using the remove() method. Specify the index position from where you want to remove an object.

#### Here is the Code of the Example : VecRemove.java :

 ``` import java.util.*; public class VecRemove{   public static void main(String argv[]){   Vector v = new Vector();   v.add(0,new Integer(10));   v.add(1,new Integer(20));   v.add(2,new Integer(30));   v.add(3,new Integer(40));     v.add(4,new Integer(50));   v.add(5,new Integer(60));   System.out.println("The actual Vector Size: " + v.size());     for(int i=0; i < v.size();i ++){   Integer iw =(Integer) v.get(i);   System.out.println(iw);   }      v.remove(3);   System.out.println("After removing the element from    the position 3, Vector Size: " + v.size());   for(int i=0; i < v.size();i ++){   Integer iw =(Integer) v.get(i);   System.out.println(iw);   }   } }```

`The Output Of The Example is as shown:`

 C:\roseindia>javac VecRemove.java C:\roseindia>java VecRemove The actual Vector Size: 6 10 20 30 40 50 60 After removing the element from the position 3, Vector Size: 5 10 20 30 50 60

# Remove a value with remove() method

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