HashMap resize

Is there any way to know that HashMap resizing is occurring and how many times?
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
There is no way to directly query when this occurs, however, it is reasonably simple enough to calculate, and this should given you a reasonable idea of when and how many resizing (rehashin) operations occur.

Simply... if you add a new entry and the size > (capacity * load factor) then a rehash will occur, and the new capacity will double.

For example, if you use the default HashMap constructor and have a Map with capacity = 16 and load factor = 0.75, and then you add 30 unique entries, you will get one rehash at around the 13th added entry (size 13 is greater than capacity 16 * load factor 0.75), the new capacity will be around 32. Then you will get another rehash around the 25th added entry (size 25 is greater than capacity 32 * load factor 0.75), making a grand total of 2 rehashes for this particular scenario.

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Chandan PratihastAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
You're welcome!!
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