Collections are a vital element of any object-oriented architecture. This article, by Luther Stanton of Intellinet Corporation, introduces collections, looks at some of the benefits and potential drawbacks of using custom collections versus built-in collection-like elements, and then provides a discussion of interfaces and implementations.
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