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The release of Java SE 8 swiftly approaches. With it come not only the new linguistic lambda expressions (also called closures or anonymous methods)—along with some supporting language features—but also API and library enhancements that will make parts of the traditional Java core libraries easier to use. Many of these enhancements and additions are on the Collections API, and because the Collections API is pretty ubiquitous across applications, it makes the most sense to spend the majority of this article on it.

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