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Java Streams: ForEach

Streams can be filtered, mapped, collected

There is also the possibility to loop over the stream elements to perform some logic. All in the one-line-of-code style, typical of functional programming.

Bear with me and let’s try to perform an operation over each element of our list of users. Let’s use the .forEach() method.

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Daniele Quero, PhD

Daniele Quero, PhD

A professional developer with passion for game developing and skill-growing. A former Nuclear Physics Researcher who changed his life to pursue his dreams

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