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Map Comparion Doubt

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Hi Experts...
I have a map whose values are displayed as shown below.

I need to display the results of the comparison only if the key is present in another map say LinkedHashMap<String,Integer> firstMap = new LinkedHashMap<String,Integer>();
How do i achieve this.
Please help...
for(final Entry<String,Boolean> entry : comparisonResult.entrySet())
{ 
		
System.out.println("Entry:" + entry.getKey() + ", value: " + entry.getValue()); 
		
}

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by:gurvinder372
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check if the
if( map.get( entry.getKey( ) ) == null )
{
  //value doesn't exist
}
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