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Java LinkedList Methods


All LinkedList Methods

A list of all LinkedList methods can be found in the table below.

Some methods use the type of the LinkedList's items as a parameter or return value. This type will be referred to as T in the table.

Method Description Return Type
add() Add an item to the list boolean|void
addAll() Add a collection of items to the list boolean
addFirst() Adds an item to the beginning of the list void
addLast() Adds an item to the end of the list void
clear() Remove all items from the list void
clone() Create a copy of the LinkedList Object
contains() Checks whether an item exist in the list boolean
descendingIterator() Returns an iterator to loop through the items of the list in reverse order
element() Retrieves the first item in the list
Similar to getFirst()
forEach() Perform an action on every item in the list void
get() Return the item at a specific position in the list T
getFirst() Returns the first item in the list T
getLast() Returns the last item in the list T
indexOf() Return the position of the first occurrence of an item in the list int
isEmpty() Checks whether the list is empty boolean
iterator() Return an Iterator object for the LinkedList Iterator
lastIndexOf() Return the position of the last occurrence of an item in the list int
listIterator() Return a ListIterator object for the LinkedList ListIterator
offer() Adds an item at the end of the list
offerFirst() Adds an item at the beginning of the list
offerLast() Adds an item at the end of the list
peek() Retrieves the first item in the list
Similar to getFirst()
peekFirst() Retrieves the first item in the list.
Similar to peek()
peekLast() Retrieves the last item in the list
poll() Retrieves and removes the first item in the list.
pollFirst() Retrieves and removes the first item in the list.
Similar to poll()
pollLast() Retrieves and removes the last item in the list.
pop() Returns the first element in the list.
Similar to removeFirst()
push() Adds an item to the beginning of the list.
Similar to addFirst()
remove() Remove an item from the list boolean|T
removeAll() Remove a collection of items from the list boolean
removeFirst() Removes the first item in the list T
removeFirstOccurrence() Removes the first occurrence of a specified item in the list
removeIf() Remove all items from the list which meet a specified condition boolean
removeLast() Removes the last item in the list T
removeLastOccurrence() Removes the last occurrence of a specified item in the list
replaceAll() Replace each item in the list with the result of an operation on that item void
retainAll() Remove all elements from the list which do not belong to a specified collection boolean
set() Replace an item at a specified position in the list T
size() Return the number of items in the list int
sort() Sort the list void
spliterator() Return a Spliterator object for the LinkedList Spliterator
subList() Return a sublist which provides access to a range of this list's items List
toArray() Return an array containing the list's items Object[]

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Java Arrays Tutorial

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