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enumeration and iterator and ListIterator

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i would like to know about enumeration and iterator. i was reading as

Enumeration acts as Read-only interface, because it has the methods only to traverse and fetch the objects
Iterator:
Can be abstract, final, native, static, or synchronized
when do we use ListIterator.
I am not clear on this concept. Thanks in advance


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