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Java - Tomcat tags/keywords

enumeration, enumeration, multimap, multimapnamesenumeration, multimapnamesenumeration, object, object, string, string, util

The Tomcat source code

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package org.apache.tomcat.util.collections;

import java.util.Enumeration;

/** Enumerate the distinct header names.
    Each nextElement() is O(n) ( a comparation is
    done with all previous elements ).

    This is less frequesnt than add() -
    we want to keep add O(1).
public final class MultiMapNamesEnumeration implements Enumeration {
    int pos;
    int size;
    String next;
    MultiMap headers;

    // toString and unique options are not implemented -
    // we allways to toString and unique.
    /** Create a new multi-map enumeration.
     * @param  headers the collection to enumerate 
     * @param  toString convert each name to string 
     * @param  unique return only unique names
    MultiMapNamesEnumeration(MultiMap headers, boolean toString,
			     boolean unique) {
	size = headers.size();

    private void findNext() {
	for(  ; pos< size; pos++ ) {
	    next=headers.getName( pos ).toString();
	    for( int j=0; j<pos ; j++ ) {
		if( headers.getName( j ).equalsIgnoreCase( next )) {
		    // duplicate.
	    if( next!=null ) {
		// it's not a duplicate
	// next time findNext is called it will try the
	// next element
    public boolean hasMoreElements() {
	return next!=null;

    public Object nextElement() {
	String current=next;
	return current;

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