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A utility similar to IteratorTester for testing a java.util.ListIterator against a known good reference implementation. As with IteratorTester, a concrete subclass must provide target iterators on demand. It also requires three additional constructor parameters: elementsToInsert, the elements to be passed to set() and add() calls; features, the features supported by the iterator; and expectedElements, the elements the iterator should return in order.

The items in elementsToInsert will be repeated if steps is larger than the number of provided elements.

Chris Povirk
public abstract class ListIteratorTester<E> extends
  protected ListIteratorTester(int stepsIterable<E> elementsToInsert,
      Iterable<? extends IteratorFeaturefeatures,
      Iterable<E> expectedElementsint startIndex) {
  protected final Iterable<? extends Stimulus<E, ? super ListIterator<E>>>
      getStimulusValues() {
    List<Stimulus<E, ? super ListIterator<E>>> list =
        new ArrayList<Stimulus<E, ? super ListIterator<E>>>();
    return list;
  @Override protected abstract ListIterator<E> newTargetIterator();
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