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Java Java Data Structures Exploring the Java Collection Framework Sets

I understand the Enhanced for loop but, in this for loop for(Treet treet: treets) what is "treets" in this for loop.

in this for loop for(Treet treet: treets) what is "treets" in this loop. please explain me. Thanks!

2 Answers

Mohammad Laif
Mohammad Laif
Courses Plus Student 22,295 Points

treets is your data list. Treet is the class that your data list created from. treet is the current object in the current loop.

I think it can be any variable like (Treet word : treets)