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package com.google.common.collect.testing;
Create string sets for collection tests.

Author(s):
Kevin Bourrillion
public abstract class TestStringSetGenerator implements TestSetGenerator<String>
  public SampleElements<Stringsamples() {
    return new Strings();
  }
  public Set<Stringcreate(Object... elements) {
    String[] array = new String[elements.length];
    int i = 0;
    for (Object e : elements) {
      array[i++] = (Stringe;
    }
    return create(array);
  }
  protected abstract Set<Stringcreate(String[] elements);
  public String[] createArray(int length) {
    return new String[length];
  }

  

By default, returns the supplied elements in their given order; however, generators for containers with a known order other than insertion order must override this method.

Note: This default implementation is overkill (but valid) for an unordered container. An equally valid implementation for an unordered container is to throw an exception. The chosen implementation, however, has the advantage of working for insertion-ordered containers, as well.

  public List<Stringorder(List<StringinsertionOrder) {
    return insertionOrder;
  }
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