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Java

Taylor Quinn
Taylor Quinn
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Why is Collections.sort()?

I am confused as to why Collections.sort(fruit) is used instead of fruit.sort();. I understand how to use it but I am confused about why the syntax is that way. Also what in the documentation states that we use it that way instead of fruit.sort(). Thanks