JavaTM 2 Platform
Standard Ed. 5.0

Uses of Class

Packages that use AbstractQueue
java.util Contains the collections framework, legacy collection classes, event model, date and time facilities, internationalization, and miscellaneous utility classes (a string tokenizer, a random-number generator, and a bit array). 
java.util.concurrent Utility classes commonly useful in concurrent programming. 

Uses of AbstractQueue in java.util

Subclasses of AbstractQueue in java.util
 class PriorityQueue<E>
          An unbounded priority queue based on a priority heap.

Uses of AbstractQueue in java.util.concurrent

Subclasses of AbstractQueue in java.util.concurrent
 class ArrayBlockingQueue<E>
          A bounded blocking queue backed by an array.
 class ConcurrentLinkedQueue<E>
          An unbounded thread-safe queue based on linked nodes.
 class DelayQueue<E extends Delayed>
          An unbounded blocking queue of Delayed elements, in which an element can only be taken when its delay has expired.
 class LinkedBlockingQueue<E>
          An optionally-bounded blocking queue based on linked nodes.
 class PriorityBlockingQueue<E>
          An unbounded blocking queue that uses the same ordering rules as class PriorityQueue and supplies blocking retrieval operations.
 class SynchronousQueue<E>
          A blocking queue in which each put must wait for a take, and vice versa.

JavaTM 2 Platform
Standard Ed. 5.0

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