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Differences between ArrayList and Vector

Last friday, I posted the differences between HashMap and Hashtable. Studying a little more, I decided to checkout the differences between ArrayList and Vector. Surprise! The same three items, plus one bonus:

  1. Vector is thread-safe, ArrayList isn't;
  2. ArrayList supports null items;
  3. Vector's enumerations are not fail-fast; and
  4. You can pass the capacity increment to Vector's constructor.

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