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Java Language Concurrent Collections

Introduction

A concurrent collection is a [collection][1] which permits access by more than one thread at the same time. Different threads can typically iterate through the contents of the collection and add or remove elements. The collection is responsible for ensuring that the collection doesn't become corrupt. [1]: /topics/java/collections

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