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 Java Map Example
Map Interface adds keys to values. Every key in the Map Interface should be unique. It is part of java.util package. Each element in a map has a key and value. Each key-value pair is saved in a java.util.Map.Entry object. In the following example, a class HashMap is used to implement Map Interface . put() method is used to add elements to key and value pair. getKey() method and getValue()method are used to display the key and values. Map.Entry defines both of these methods.

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