When referring to early versions of Java I use phrases like "Java 1.0" or "Java 1.1," but after the fifth version of Java I use phrases like "Java 5" or "Java 8."
In functional and list-based languages a string is represented as a list (of character codes), therefore all list-manipulation procedures could be considered string functions. However such languages may implement a subset of explicit string-specific functions as well. The Comparator.comparing method, introduced in Java 8, returns a Comparator object that will use the specified field as the sort key. The Comparator interface is a functional interface in Java 8, and the method implemented is the compare method. Therefore, the compare method is implemented by the comparing method using the specified key.
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