This post demonstrates how to use Java 8 Comparator by examples.
A list of sublist from a given list of objects
You overridden your JavaBean class’ hashCode and equals methods so you can easily find (and manipulate) objects in a list. Now most properties are used in those methods. But what if you want to search for a list of objects by one or two properties only? Surely, you do not need to create a “search” object and set all its properties with values. Will you resort to loop and conditional statements? Will you modify the hashCode and equals methods? To introduce the least possible codes and/or not modify existing JavaBeans, we could use Predicate interface in conjunction with ListUtils from Apache Commons Collection.
This post shows how to create and use Lists in Kotlin. It will also briefly touch on mutable and immutable lists.