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Thinking in Java
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Java 1.0/1.1 containers

Unfortunately, a lot of code was written using the Java 1.0/1.1 containers, and even new code is sometimes written using these classes. So although you should never use the old containers when writing new code, you’ll still need to be aware of them. However, the old containers were quite limited, so there’s not that much to say about them. (Since they are in the past, I will try to refrain from overemphasizing some of the hideous design decisions.)
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