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`java.lang.Object`

`java.util.Arrays`

This class contains various static utility methods performing operations on
arrays, and a method to provide a List "view" of an array to facilitate
using arrays with Collection-based APIs. All methods throw a

`NullPointerException`

if the parameter array is null.
Implementations may use their own algorithms, but must obey the general properties; for example, the sort must be stable and n*log(n) complexity. Sun's implementation of sort, and therefore ours, is a tuned quicksort, adapted from Jon L. Bentley and M. Douglas McIlroy's "Engineering a Sort Function", Software-Practice and Experience, Vol. 23(11) P. 1249-1265 (November 1993). This algorithm offers n*log(n) performance on many data sets that cause other quicksorts to degrade to quadratic performance.

**Since:**- 1.2

**See Also:**`Comparable`

,`Comparator`

## Method Summary

`static`

`List`

asList (T... a)- Returns a list "view" of the specified array.

`static`

`T[] copyOf(T[] original, int newLength)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`null`

to obtain the specified length.

`static`

`T[] copyOf(U[] original, int newLength, >[] newType)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`null`

to obtain the specified length.

`static`

`T[] copyOfRange(T[] original, int from, int to)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`null`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static`

`T[] copyOfRange(U[] original, int from, int to, >[] newType)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`null`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static int`

`binarySearch(byte[] a, byte key)`

- Perform a binary search of a byte array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(byte[] a, int low, int hi, byte key)`

- Perform a binary search of a range of a byte array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(char[] a, char key)`

- Perform a binary search of a char array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(char[] a, int low, int hi, char key)`

- Perform a binary search of a range of a char array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(double[] a, double key)`

- Perform a binary search of a double array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(double[] a, int low, int hi, double key)`

- Perform a binary search of a range of a double array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(float[] a, float key)`

- Perform a binary search of a float array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(float[] a, int low, int hi, float key)`

- Perform a binary search of a range of a float array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(int[] a, int key)`

- Perform a binary search of an int array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(int[] a, int low, int hi, int key)`

- Perform a binary search of a range of an integer array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(Object[] a, int low, int hi, Object key)`

- Perform a binary search of a range of an Object array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(Object[] a, Object key)`

- Perform a binary search of an Object array for a key, using the natural ordering of the elements.

`static int`

`binarySearch(long[] a, int low, int hi, long key)`

- Perform a binary search of a range of a long array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(long[] a, long key)`

- Perform a binary search of a long array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(short[] a, int low, int hi, short key)`

- Perform a binary search of a range of a short array for a key.

`static int`

`binarySearch(short[] a, short key)`

- Perform a binary search of a short array for a key.

`static boolean[]`

`copyOf(boolean[] original, int newLength)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`false`

to obtain the specified length.

`static byte[]`

`copyOf(byte[] original, int newLength)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`(byte)0`

to obtain the specified length.

`static char[]`

`copyOf(char[] original, int newLength)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`'\0'`

to obtain the specified length.

`static double[]`

`copyOf(double[] original, int newLength)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`0d`

to obtain the specified length.

`static float[]`

`copyOf(float[] original, int newLength)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`0f`

to obtain the specified length.

`static int[]`

`copyOf(int[] original, int newLength)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`0`

to obtain the specified length.

`static long[]`

`copyOf(long[] original, int newLength)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`0L`

to obtain the specified length.

`static short[]`

`copyOf(short[] original, int newLength)`

- Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as
necessary with
`(short)0`

to obtain the specified length.

`static boolean[]`

`copyOfRange(boolean[] original, int from, int to)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`false`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static byte[]`

`copyOfRange(byte[] original, int from, int to)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`(byte)0`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static char[]`

`copyOfRange(char[] original, int from, int to)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`'\0'`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static double[]`

`copyOfRange(double[] original, int from, int to)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`0d`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static float[]`

`copyOfRange(float[] original, int from, int to)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`0f`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static int[]`

`copyOfRange(int[] original, int from, int to)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`0`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static long[]`

`copyOfRange(long[] original, int from, int to)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`0L`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static short[]`

`copyOfRange(short[] original, int from, int to)`

- Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new
array, padding as necessary with
`(short)0`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.

`static boolean`

`deepEquals(Object[] v1, Object[] v2)`

`static int`

`deepHashCode(Object[] v)`

`static String`

`deepToString(Object[] v)`

`static boolean`

`equals(boolean[] a1, boolean[] a2)`

- Compare two boolean arrays for equality.

`static boolean`

`equals(byte[] a1, byte[] a2)`

- Compare two byte arrays for equality.

`static boolean`

`equals(char[] a1, char[] a2)`

- Compare two char arrays for equality.

`static boolean`

`equals(double[] a1, double[] a2)`

- Compare two double arrays for equality.

`static boolean`

`equals(float[] a1, float[] a2)`

- Compare two float arrays for equality.

`static boolean`

`equals(int[] a1, int[] a2)`

- Compare two int arrays for equality.

`static boolean`

`static boolean`

`equals(long[] a1, long[] a2)`

- Compare two long arrays for equality.

`static boolean`

`equals(short[] a1, short[] a2)`

- Compare two short arrays for equality.

`static void`

`fill(boolean[] a, boolean val)`

- Fill an array with a boolean value.

`static void`

`fill(boolean[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, boolean val)`

- Fill a range of an array with a boolean value.

`static void`

`fill(byte[] a, byte val)`

- Fill an array with a byte value.

`static void`

`fill(byte[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, byte val)`

- Fill a range of an array with a byte value.

`static void`

`fill(char[] a, char val)`

- Fill an array with a char value.

`static void`

`fill(char[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, char val)`

- Fill a range of an array with a char value.

`static void`

`fill(double[] a, double val)`

- Fill an array with a double value.

`static void`

`fill(double[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, double val)`

- Fill a range of an array with a double value.

`static void`

`fill(float[] a, float val)`

- Fill an array with a float value.

`static void`

`fill(float[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, float val)`

- Fill a range of an array with a float value.

`static void`

`fill(int[] a, int val)`

- Fill an array with an int value.

`static void`

`fill(int[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, int val)`

- Fill a range of an array with an int value.

`static void`

`static void`

`static void`

`fill(long[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, long val)`

- Fill a range of an array with a long value.

`static void`

`fill(long[] a, long val)`

- Fill an array with a long value.

`static void`

`fill(short[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, short val)`

- Fill a range of an array with a short value.

`static void`

`fill(short[] a, short val)`

- Fill an array with a short value.

`static int`

`hashCode(boolean[] v)`

- Returns the hashcode of an array of booleans.

`static int`

`hashCode(byte[] v)`

- Returns the hashcode of an array of bytes.

`static int`

`hashCode(char[] v)`

- Returns the hashcode of an array of characters.

`static int`

`hashCode(double[] v)`

- Returns the hashcode of an array of doubles.

`static int`

`hashCode(float[] v)`

- Returns the hashcode of an array of floats.

`static int`

`hashCode(int[] v)`

- Returns the hashcode of an array of integer numbers.

`static int`

`static int`

`hashCode(long[] v)`

- Returns the hashcode of an array of long numbers.

`static int`

`hashCode(short[] v)`

- Returns the hashcode of an array of short numbers.

`static`

`int binarySearch(T[] a, T key, T> c)`

- Perform a binary search of an Object array for a key, using a supplied Comparator.

`static`

`int binarySearch(T[] a, int low, int hi, T key, T> c)`

- Perform a binary search of a range of an Object array for a key using
a
`Comparator`

.

`static void`

`sort(byte[] a)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(byte[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(char[] a)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(char[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(double[] a)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(double[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(float[] a)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(float[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(int[] a)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(int[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`static void`

`static void`

`sort(long[] a)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(long[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(short[] a)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static void`

`sort(short[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)`

- Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

`static String`

`toString(boolean[] v)`

- Returns a String representation of the argument array.

`static String`

`toString(byte[] v)`

- Returns a String representation of the argument array.

`static String`

`toString(char[] v)`

- Returns a String representation of the argument array.

`static String`

`toString(double[] v)`

- Returns a String representation of the argument array.

`static String`

`toString(float[] v)`

- Returns a String representation of the argument array.

`static String`

`toString(int[] v)`

- Returns a String representation of the argument array.

`static String`

`static String`

`toString(long[] v)`

- Returns a String representation of the argument array.

`static String`

`toString(short[] v)`

- Returns a String representation of the argument array.

`static`

`void sort(T[] a, T> c)`

- Sort an array of Objects according to a Comparator.

`static`

`void sort(T[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, T> c)`

- Sort an array of Objects according to a Comparator.

### Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

`clone`

,`equals`

,`extends Object> getClass`

,`finalize`

,`hashCode`

,`notify`

,`notifyAll`

,`toString`

,`wait`

,`wait`

,`wait`

public staticList asList (T... a)

Returns a list "view" of the specified array. This method is intended to make it easy to use the Collections API with existing array-based APIs and programs. Changes in the list or the array show up in both places. The list does not support element addition or removal, but does permit value modification. The returned list implements both Serializable and RandomAccess.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to return a view of (`null`

not permitted)

Returns:- a fixed-size list, changes to which "write through" to the array

Throws:`NullPointerException`

- if`a`

is`null`

.

See Also:`Serializable`

,`RandomAccess`

,`Arrays.ArrayList`

public staticT[] copyOf(T[] original, int newLength)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`null`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`null`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength)`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`null`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(T[],int,int)`

public staticT[] copyOf(U[] original, int newLength, >[] newType)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`null`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`null`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength, newType)`

. The returned array will be of the specified type,`newType`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.`newType`

- the type of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`null`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(U[],int,int,Class)`

public staticT[] copyOfRange(T[] original, int from, int to)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`null`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`null`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(T[],int)`

public staticT[] copyOfRange(U[] original, int from, int to, >[] newType)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`null`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`null`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

and will be of the specified type,`newType`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.`newType`

- the type of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(T[],int)`

public static int binarySearch(byte[] a, byte key)

Perform a binary search of a byte array for a key. The array must be sorted (as by the sort() method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:- the index at which the key was found, or -n-1 if it was not found, where n is the index of the first value higher than key or a.length if there is no such value.

public static int binarySearch(byte[] a, int low, int hi, byte key)

Perform a binary search of a range of a byte array for a key. The range must be sorted (as by the`sort(byte[], int, int)`

method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`low`

- the lowest index to search from.`hi`

- the highest index to search to.`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:- the index at which the key was found, or -n-1 if it was not found, where n is the index of the first value higher than key or a.length if there is no such value.

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`low > hi`

`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`low <320`

or`hi > a.length`

.

public static int binarySearch(char[] a, char key)

Perform a binary search of a char array for a key. The array must be sorted (as by the sort() method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:- the index at which the key was found, or -n-1 if it was not found, where n is the index of the first value higher than key or a.length if there is no such value.

public static int binarySearch(char[] a, int low, int hi, char key)

Perform a binary search of a range of a char array for a key. The range must be sorted (as by the`sort(char[], int, int)`

method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`low`

- the lowest index to search from.`hi`

- the highest index to search to.`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`low > hi`

`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`low <320`

or`hi > a.length`

.

public static int binarySearch(double[] a, double key)

Perform a binary search of a double array for a key. The array must be sorted (as by the sort() method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

public static int binarySearch(double[] a, int low, int hi, double key)

Perform a binary search of a range of a double array for a key. The range must be sorted (as by the`sort(double[], int, int)`

method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`low`

- the lowest index to search from.`hi`

- the highest index to search to.`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`low > hi`

`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`low <320`

or`hi > a.length`

.

public static int binarySearch(float[] a, float key)

Perform a binary search of a float array for a key. The array must be sorted (as by the sort() method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

public static int binarySearch(float[] a, int low, int hi, float key)

Perform a binary search of a range of a float array for a key. The range must be sorted (as by the`sort(float[], int, int)`

method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`low`

- the lowest index to search from.`hi`

- the highest index to search to.`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`low > hi`

`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`low <320`

or`hi > a.length`

.

public static int binarySearch(int[] a, int key)

Perform a binary search of an int array for a key. The array must be sorted (as by the sort() method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

public static int binarySearch(int[] a, int low, int hi, int key)

Perform a binary search of a range of an integer array for a key. The range must be sorted (as by the`sort(int[], int, int)`

method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`low`

- the lowest index to search from.`hi`

- the highest index to search to.`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`low > hi`

`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`low <320`

or`hi > a.length`

.

public static int binarySearch(Object[] a, int low, int hi, Object key)

Perform a binary search of a range of an Object array for a key. The range must be sorted (as by the`sort(Object[], int, int)`

method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`low`

- the lowest index to search from.`hi`

- the highest index to search to.`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

public static int binarySearch(Object[] a, Object key)

Perform a binary search of an Object array for a key, using the natural ordering of the elements. The array must be sorted (as by the sort() method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. Further, the key must be comparable with every item in the array. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this (JCL) implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

Throws:`ClassCastException`

- if key could not be compared with one of the elements of a`NullPointerException`

- if a null element in a is compared

public static int binarySearch(long[] a, int low, int hi, long key)

Perform a binary search of a range of a long array for a key. The range must be sorted (as by the`sort(long[], int, int)`

method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`low`

- the lowest index to search from.`hi`

- the highest index to search to.`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`low > hi`

`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`low <320`

or`hi > a.length`

.

public static int binarySearch(long[] a, long key)

Perform a binary search of a long array for a key. The array must be sorted (as by the sort() method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

public static int binarySearch(short[] a, int low, int hi, short key)

Perform a binary search of a range of a short array for a key. The range must be sorted (as by the`sort(short[], int, int)`

method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`low`

- the lowest index to search from.`hi`

- the highest index to search to.`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`low > hi`

`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`low <320`

or`hi > a.length`

.

public static int binarySearch(short[] a, short key)

Perform a binary search of a short array for a key. The array must be sorted (as by the sort() method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`key`

- the value to search for

Returns:

public static boolean[] copyOf(boolean[] original, int newLength)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`false`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`false`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength)`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`false`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(boolean[],int,int)`

public static byte[] copyOf(byte[] original, int newLength)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`(byte)0`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`(byte)0`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength)`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`(byte)0`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(byte[],int,int)`

public static char[] copyOf(char[] original, int newLength)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`'\0'`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`'\0'`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength)`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`'\0'`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(char[],int,int)`

public static double[] copyOf(double[] original, int newLength)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`0d`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`0d`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength)`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`0d`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(double[],int,int)`

public static float[] copyOf(float[] original, int newLength)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`0f`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`0f`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength)`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`0f`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(float[],int,int)`

public static int[] copyOf(int[] original, int newLength)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`0`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`0`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength)`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`0`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(int[],int,int)`

public static long[] copyOf(long[] original, int newLength)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`0L`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`0L`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength)`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`0L`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(long[],int,int)`

public static short[] copyOf(short[] original, int newLength)

Returns a copy of the supplied array, truncating or padding as necessary with`(short)0`

to obtain the specified length. Indices that are valid for both arrays will return the same value. Indices that only exist in the returned array (due to the new length being greater than the original length) will return`(short)0`

. This is equivalent to calling`copyOfRange(original, 0, newLength)`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the original array to be copied.`newLength`

- the length of the returned array.

Returns:- a copy of the original array, truncated or padded with
`(short)0`

to obtain the required length.

Throws:`NegativeArraySizeException`

- if`newLength`

is negative.`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOfRange(short[],int,int)`

public static boolean[] copyOfRange(boolean[] original, int from, int to)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`false`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`false`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(boolean[],int)`

public static byte[] copyOfRange(byte[] original, int from, int to)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`(byte)0`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`(byte)0`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(byte[],int)`

public static char[] copyOfRange(char[] original, int from, int to)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`'\0'`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`'\0'`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(char[],int)`

public static double[] copyOfRange(double[] original, int from, int to)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`0d`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`0d`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(double[],int)`

public static float[] copyOfRange(float[] original, int from, int to)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`0f`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`0f`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(float[],int)`

public static int[] copyOfRange(int[] original, int from, int to)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`0`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`0`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(int[],int)`

public static long[] copyOfRange(long[] original, int from, int to)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`0L`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`0L`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(long[],int)`

public static short[] copyOfRange(short[] original, int from, int to)

Copies the specified range of the supplied array to a new array, padding as necessary with`(short)0`

if`to`

is greater than the length of the original array.`from`

must be in the range zero to`original.length`

and can not be greater than`to`

. The initial element of the returned array will be equal to`original[from]`

, except where`from`

is equal to`to`

(where a zero-length array will be returned) or

`from`

is equal to`original.length`

(where an array padded with`(short)0`

will be returned). The returned array is always of length`to - from`

.

Parameters:`original`

- the array from which to copy.`from`

- the initial index of the range, inclusive.`to`

- the final index of the range, exclusive.

Returns:- a copy of the specified range, with padding to obtain the required length.

Throws:`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`from <320`

or`from > original.length`

`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`from > to`

`NullPointerException`

- if`original`

is`null`

.

Since:- 1.6

See Also:`copyOf(short[],int)`

public static boolean equals(boolean[] a1, boolean[] a2)

Compare two boolean arrays for equality.

Parameters:`a1`

- the first array to compare`a2`

- the second array to compare

Returns:- true if a1 and a2 are both null, or if a2 is of the same length as a1, and for each 0 <= i <32a1.length, a1[i] == a2[i]

public static boolean equals(byte[] a1, byte[] a2)

Compare two byte arrays for equality.

Parameters:`a1`

- the first array to compare`a2`

- the second array to compare

Returns:- true if a1 and a2 are both null, or if a2 is of the same length as a1, and for each 0 <= i <32a1.length, a1[i] == a2[i]

public static boolean equals(char[] a1, char[] a2)

Compare two char arrays for equality.

Parameters:`a1`

- the first array to compare`a2`

- the second array to compare

Returns:- true if a1 and a2 are both null, or if a2 is of the same length as a1, and for each 0 <= i <32a1.length, a1[i] == a2[i]

public static boolean equals(double[] a1, double[] a2)

Compare two double arrays for equality.

Parameters:`a1`

- the first array to compare`a2`

- the second array to compare

Returns:

public static boolean equals(float[] a1, float[] a2)

Compare two float arrays for equality.

Parameters:`a1`

- the first array to compare`a2`

- the second array to compare

Returns:

public static boolean equals(int[] a1, int[] a2)

Compare two int arrays for equality.

Parameters:`a1`

- the first array to compare`a2`

- the second array to compare

Returns:

public static boolean equals(Object[] a1, Object[] a2)

Compare two Object arrays for equality.

Parameters:`a1`

- the first array to compare`a2`

- the second array to compare

Returns:- true if a1 and a2 are both null, or if a1 is of the same length as a2, and for each 0 <= i <32a.length, a1[i] == null ? a2[i] == null : a1[i].equals(a2[i]).

public static boolean equals(long[] a1, long[] a2)

Compare two long arrays for equality.

Parameters:`a1`

- the first array to compare`a2`

- the second array to compare

Returns:

public static boolean equals(short[] a1, short[] a2)

Compare two short arrays for equality.

Parameters:`a1`

- the first array to compare`a2`

- the second array to compare

Returns:

public static void fill(boolean[] a, boolean val)

Fill an array with a boolean value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`val`

- the value to fill it with

public static void fill(boolean[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, boolean val)

Fill a range of an array with a boolean value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`fromIndex`

- the index to fill from, inclusive`toIndex`

- the index to fill to, exclusive`val`

- the value to fill with

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void fill(byte[] a, byte val)

Fill an array with a byte value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`val`

- the value to fill it with

public static void fill(byte[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, byte val)

Fill a range of an array with a byte value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`fromIndex`

- the index to fill from, inclusive`toIndex`

- the index to fill to, exclusive`val`

- the value to fill with

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void fill(char[] a, char val)

Fill an array with a char value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`val`

- the value to fill it with

public static void fill(char[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, char val)

Fill a range of an array with a char value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`fromIndex`

- the index to fill from, inclusive`toIndex`

- the index to fill to, exclusive`val`

- the value to fill with

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void fill(double[] a, double val)

Fill an array with a double value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`val`

- the value to fill it with

public static void fill(double[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, double val)

Fill a range of an array with a double value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`fromIndex`

- the index to fill from, inclusive`toIndex`

- the index to fill to, exclusive`val`

- the value to fill with

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void fill(float[] a, float val)

Fill an array with a float value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`val`

- the value to fill it with

public static void fill(float[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, float val)

Fill a range of an array with a float value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`fromIndex`

- the index to fill from, inclusive`toIndex`

- the index to fill to, exclusive`val`

- the value to fill with

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void fill(int[] a, int val)

Fill an array with an int value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`val`

- the value to fill it with

public static void fill(int[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, int val)

Fill a range of an array with an int value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`fromIndex`

- the index to fill from, inclusive`toIndex`

- the index to fill to, exclusive`val`

- the value to fill with

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void fill(Object[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, Object val)

Fill a range of an array with an Object value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`fromIndex`

- the index to fill from, inclusive`toIndex`

- the index to fill to, exclusive`val`

- the value to fill with

Throws:`ClassCastException`

- if val is not an instance of the element type of a.`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void fill(Object[] a, Object val)

Fill an array with an Object value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`val`

- the value to fill it with

Throws:`ClassCastException`

- if val is not an instance of the element type of a.

public static void fill(long[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, long val)

Fill a range of an array with a long value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`fromIndex`

- the index to fill from, inclusive`toIndex`

- the index to fill to, exclusive`val`

- the value to fill with

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void fill(long[] a, long val)

Fill an array with a long value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`val`

- the value to fill it with

public static void fill(short[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, short val)

Fill a range of an array with a short value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`fromIndex`

- the index to fill from, inclusive`toIndex`

- the index to fill to, exclusive`val`

- the value to fill with

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void fill(short[] a, short val)

Fill an array with a short value.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to fill`val`

- the value to fill it with

public static int hashCode(boolean[] v)

Returns the hashcode of an array of booleans. If two arrays are equal, according to`equals()`

, they should have the same hashcode. The hashcode returned by the method is equal to that obtained by the corresponding`List`

object. This has the same data, but represents booleans in their wrapper class,`Boolean`

. For`null`

, 0 is returned.

Parameters:`v`

- an array of booleans for which the hash code should be computed.

Returns:- the hash code of the array, or 0 if null was given.

Since:- 1.5

public static int hashCode(byte[] v)

Returns the hashcode of an array of bytes. If two arrays are equal, according to`equals()`

, they should have the same hashcode. The hashcode returned by the method is equal to that obtained by the corresponding`List`

object. This has the same data, but represents bytes in their wrapper class,`Byte`

. For`null`

, 0 is returned.

Parameters:`v`

- an array of bytes for which the hash code should be computed.

Returns:- the hash code of the array, or 0 if null was given.

Since:- 1.5

public static int hashCode(char[] v)

Returns the hashcode of an array of characters. If two arrays are equal, according to`equals()`

, they should have the same hashcode. The hashcode returned by the method is equal to that obtained by the corresponding`List`

object. This has the same data, but represents chars in their wrapper class,`Character`

. For`null`

, 0 is returned.

Parameters:`v`

- an array of characters for which the hash code should be computed.

Returns:- the hash code of the array, or 0 if null was given.

Since:- 1.5

public static int hashCode(double[] v)

Returns the hashcode of an array of doubles. If two arrays are equal, according to`equals()`

, they should have the same hashcode. The hashcode returned by the method is equal to that obtained by the corresponding`List`

object. This has the same data, but represents doubles in their wrapper class,`Double`

. For`null`

, 0 is returned.

Parameters:`v`

- an array of doubles for which the hash code should be computed.

Returns:- the hash code of the array, or 0 if null was given.

Since:- 1.5

public static int hashCode(float[] v)

Returns the hashcode of an array of floats. If two arrays are equal, according to`equals()`

, they should have the same hashcode. The hashcode returned by the method is equal to that obtained by the corresponding`List`

object. This has the same data, but represents floats in their wrapper class,`Float`

. For`null`

, 0 is returned.

Parameters:`v`

- an array of floats for which the hash code should be computed.

Returns:- the hash code of the array, or 0 if null was given.

Since:- 1.5

public static int hashCode(int[] v)

Returns the hashcode of an array of integer numbers. If two arrays are equal, according to`equals()`

, they should have the same hashcode. The hashcode returned by the method is equal to that obtained by the corresponding`List`

object. This has the same data, but represents ints in their wrapper class,`Integer`

. For`null`

, 0 is returned.

Parameters:`v`

- an array of integer numbers for which the hash code should be computed.

Returns:- the hash code of the array, or 0 if null was given.

Since:- 1.5

public static int hashCode(Object[] v)

Returns the hashcode of an array of objects. If two arrays are equal, according to`equals()`

, they should have the same hashcode. The hashcode returned by the method is equal to that obtained by the corresponding`List`

object. For`null`

, 0 is returned.

Parameters:`v`

- an array of integer numbers for which the hash code should be computed.

Returns:- the hash code of the array, or 0 if null was given.

Since:- 1.5

public static int hashCode(long[] v)

Returns the hashcode of an array of long numbers. If two arrays are equal, according to`equals()`

, they should have the same hashcode. The hashcode returned by the method is equal to that obtained by the corresponding`List`

object. This has the same data, but represents longs in their wrapper class,`Long`

. For`null`

, 0 is returned.

Parameters:`v`

- an array of long numbers for which the hash code should be computed.

Returns:- the hash code of the array, or 0 if null was given.

Since:- 1.5

public static int hashCode(short[] v)

Returns the hashcode of an array of short numbers. If two arrays are equal, according to`equals()`

, they should have the same hashcode. The hashcode returned by the method is equal to that obtained by the corresponding`List`

object. This has the same data, but represents shorts in their wrapper class,`Short`

. For`null`

, 0 is returned.

Parameters:`v`

- an array of short numbers for which the hash code should be computed.

Returns:- the hash code of the array, or 0 if null was given.

Since:- 1.5

public staticint binarySearch(T[] a, T key, T> c)

Perform a binary search of an Object array for a key, using a supplied Comparator. The array must be sorted (as by the sort() method with the same Comparator) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. Further, the key must be comparable with every item in the array. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this (JCL) implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`key`

- the value to search for`c`

- the comparator by which the array is sorted; or null to use the elements' natural order

Returns:

Throws:`ClassCastException`

- if key could not be compared with one of the elements of a`NullPointerException`

- if a null element is compared with natural ordering (only possible when c is null)

public staticint binarySearch(T[] a, int low, int hi, T key, T> c)

Perform a binary search of a range of an Object array for a key using a`Comparator`

. The range must be sorted (as by the`sort(Object[], int, int)`

method) - if it is not, the behaviour of this method is undefined, and may be an infinite loop. If the array contains the key more than once, any one of them may be found. Note: although the specification allows for an infinite loop if the array is unsorted, it will not happen in this implementation.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to search (must be sorted)`low`

- the lowest index to search from.`hi`

- the highest index to search to.`key`

- the value to search for`c`

- the comparator by which the array is sorted; or null to use the elements' natural order

Returns:

Throws:`ClassCastException`

- if key could not be compared with one of the elements of a`IllegalArgumentException`

- if`low > hi`

`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if`low <320`

or`hi > a.length`

.

public static void sort(byte[] a)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the byte array to sort

public static void sort(byte[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the byte array to sort`fromIndex`

- the first index to sort (inclusive)`toIndex`

- the last index to sort (exclusive)

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void sort(char[] a)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the char array to sort

public static void sort(char[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the char array to sort`fromIndex`

- the first index to sort (inclusive)`toIndex`

- the last index to sort (exclusive)

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void sort(double[] a)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the double array to sort

public static void sort(double[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the double array to sort`fromIndex`

- the first index to sort (inclusive)`toIndex`

- the last index to sort (exclusive)

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void sort(float[] a)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the float array to sort

public static void sort(float[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the float array to sort`fromIndex`

- the first index to sort (inclusive)`toIndex`

- the last index to sort (exclusive)

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void sort(int[] a)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the int array to sort

public static void sort(int[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the int array to sort`fromIndex`

- the first index to sort (inclusive)`toIndex`

- the last index to sort (exclusive)

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void sort(Object[] a)

Sort an array of Objects according to their natural ordering. The sort is guaranteed to be stable, that is, equal elements will not be reordered. The sort algorithm is a mergesort with the merge omitted if the last element of one half comes before the first element of the other half. This algorithm gives guaranteed O(n*log(n)) time, at the expense of making a copy of the array.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to be sorted

Throws:`ClassCastException`

- if any two elements are not mutually comparable`NullPointerException`

- if an element is null (since null.compareTo cannot work)

See Also:`Comparable`

public static void sort(Object[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)

Sort an array of Objects according to their natural ordering. The sort is guaranteed to be stable, that is, equal elements will not be reordered. The sort algorithm is a mergesort with the merge omitted if the last element of one half comes before the first element of the other half. This algorithm gives guaranteed O(n*log(n)) time, at the expense of making a copy of the array.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to be sorted`fromIndex`

- the index of the first element to be sorted`toIndex`

- the index of the last element to be sorted plus one

Throws:`ClassCastException`

- if any two elements are not mutually comparable`NullPointerException`

- if an element is null (since null.compareTo cannot work)`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex and toIndex are not in range.`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex

public static void sort(long[] a)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the long array to sort

public static void sort(long[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the long array to sort`fromIndex`

- the first index to sort (inclusive)`toIndex`

- the last index to sort (exclusive)

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static void sort(short[] a)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the short array to sort

public static void sort(short[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex)

Performs a stable sort on the elements, arranging them according to their natural order.

Parameters:`a`

- the short array to sort`fromIndex`

- the first index to sort (inclusive)`toIndex`

- the last index to sort (exclusive)

Throws:`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex < 0 || toIndex > a.length

public static String toString(boolean[] v)

Returns a String representation of the argument array. Returns "null" if`a`

is null.

Parameters:`v`

- the array to represent

Returns:- a String representing this array

Since:- 1.5

public static String toString(byte[] v)

Returns a String representation of the argument array. Returns "null" if`a`

is null.

Parameters:`v`

- the array to represent

Returns:- a String representing this array

Since:- 1.5

public static String toString(char[] v)

Returns a String representation of the argument array. Returns "null" if`a`

is null.

Parameters:`v`

- the array to represent

Returns:- a String representing this array

Since:- 1.5

public static String toString(double[] v)

Returns a String representation of the argument array. Returns "null" if`a`

is null.

Parameters:`v`

- the array to represent

Returns:- a String representing this array

Since:- 1.5

public static String toString(float[] v)

Returns a String representation of the argument array. Returns "null" if`a`

is null.

Parameters:`v`

- the array to represent

Returns:- a String representing this array

Since:- 1.5

public static String toString(int[] v)

Returns a String representation of the argument array. Returns "null" if`a`

is null.

Parameters:`v`

- the array to represent

Returns:- a String representing this array

Since:- 1.5

public static String toString(Object[] v)

Returns a String representation of the argument array. Returns "null" if`a`

is null.

Parameters:`v`

- the array to represent

Returns:- a String representing this array

Since:- 1.5

public static String toString(long[] v)

Returns a String representation of the argument array. Returns "null" if`a`

is null.

Parameters:`v`

- the array to represent

Returns:- a String representing this array

Since:- 1.5

public static String toString(short[] v)

Returns a String representation of the argument array. Returns "null" if`a`

is null.

Parameters:`v`

- the array to represent

Returns:- a String representing this array

Since:- 1.5

public staticvoid sort(T[] a, T> c)

Sort an array of Objects according to a Comparator. The sort is guaranteed to be stable, that is, equal elements will not be reordered. The sort algorithm is a mergesort with the merge omitted if the last element of one half comes before the first element of the other half. This algorithm gives guaranteed O(n*log(n)) time, at the expense of making a copy of the array.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to be sorted`c`

- a Comparator to use in sorting the array; or null to indicate the elements' natural order

Throws:`ClassCastException`

- if any two elements are not mutually comparable by the Comparator provided`NullPointerException`

- if a null element is compared with natural ordering (only possible when c is null)

public staticvoid sort(T[] a, int fromIndex, int toIndex, T> c)

Sort an array of Objects according to a Comparator. The sort is guaranteed to be stable, that is, equal elements will not be reordered. The sort algorithm is a mergesort with the merge omitted if the last element of one half comes before the first element of the other half. This algorithm gives guaranteed O(n*log(n)) time, at the expense of making a copy of the array.

Parameters:`a`

- the array to be sorted`fromIndex`

- the index of the first element to be sorted`toIndex`

- the index of the last element to be sorted plus one`c`

- a Comparator to use in sorting the array; or null to indicate the elements' natural order

Throws:`ClassCastException`

- if any two elements are not mutually comparable by the Comparator provided`ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException`

- if fromIndex and toIndex are not in range.`IllegalArgumentException`

- if fromIndex > toIndex`NullPointerException`

- if a null element is compared with natural ordering (only possible when c is null)

Arrays.java -- Utility class with methods to operate on arrays
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