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 import static;
 import java.util.Map;
Implementation of Table using hash tables.

The views returned by StandardTable.column(java.lang.Object), StandardTable.columnKeySet(), and StandardTable.columnMap() have iterators that don't support remove(). Otherwise, all optional operations are supported. Null row keys, columns keys, and values are not supported.

Lookups by row key are often faster than lookups by column key, because the data is stored in a Map<R, Map<C, V>>. A method call like column(columnKey).get(rowKey) still runs quickly, since the row key is provided. However, column(columnKey).size() takes longer, since an iteration across all row keys occurs.

Note that this implementation is not synchronized. If multiple threads access this table concurrently and one of the threads modifies the table, it must be synchronized externally.

See the Guava User Guide article on Table.

Jared Levy
 @GwtCompatible(serializable = true)
 public class HashBasedTable<R, C, V> extends StandardTable<R, C, V> {
   private static class Factory<C, V>
       implements Supplier<Map<C, V>>, Serializable {
     final int expectedSize;
     Factory(int expectedSize) {
       this. = expectedSize;
     public Map<C, V> get() {
       return Maps.newHashMapWithExpectedSize();
     private static final long serialVersionUID = 0;

Creates an empty HashBasedTable.
   public static <R, C, V> HashBasedTable<R, C, V> create() {
     return new HashBasedTable<R, C, V>(
         new HashMap<R, Map<C, V>>(), new Factory<C, V>(0));

Creates an empty HashBasedTable with the specified map sizes.

expectedRows the expected number of distinct row keys
expectedCellsPerRow the expected number of column key / value mappings in each row
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException if expectedRows or expectedCellsPerRow is negative
   public static <R, C, V> HashBasedTable<R, C, V> create(
       int expectedRowsint expectedCellsPerRow) {
     checkArgument(expectedCellsPerRow >= 0);
     Map<R, Map<C, V>> backingMap =
     return new HashBasedTable<R, C, V>(
         backingMapnew Factory<C, V>(expectedCellsPerRow));

Creates a HashBasedTable with the same mappings as the specified table.

table the table to copy
java.lang.NullPointerException if any of the row keys, column keys, or values in table is null
  public static <R, C, V> HashBasedTable<R, C, V> create(
      Table<? extends R, ? extends C, ? extends V> table) {
    HashBasedTable<R, C, V> result = create();
    return result;
  HashBasedTable(Map<R, Map<C, V>> backingMapFactory<C, V> factory) {
  // Overriding so NullPointerTester test passes.
  @Override public boolean contains(
      @Nullable Object rowKey, @Nullable Object columnKey) {
    return super.contains(rowKeycolumnKey);
  @Override public boolean containsColumn(@Nullable Object columnKey) {
    return super.containsColumn(columnKey);
  @Override public boolean containsRow(@Nullable Object rowKey) {
    return super.containsRow(rowKey);
  @Override public boolean containsValue(@Nullable Object value) {
    return super.containsValue(value);
  @Override public V get(@Nullable Object rowKey, @Nullable Object columnKey) {
    return super.get(rowKeycolumnKey);
  @Override public boolean equals(@Nullable Object obj) {
    return super.equals(obj);
  @Override public V remove(
      @Nullable Object rowKey, @Nullable Object columnKey) {
    return super.remove(rowKeycolumnKey);
  private static final long serialVersionUID = 0;
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