metodo remove

lctimana
24 de Septiembre del 2009
como hago un metodo remove(Integer n) a la clase MyIntCollection para que me elimine "n" de la coleccion

import java.util.ArrayList;

public class MyIntCollection extends ArrayList<Integer> {
// We inherit all of the attributes and methods of a standard ArrayList
// as-is, then define a few extra attributes and methods of our own:
// two ints to keep track of the smallest and largest values
// added to the collection, plus another int to keep a running
// total of all values added to the collection.
private int smallestInt;
private int largestInt;
private int total;

// Override the default constructor.
public MyIntCollection() {
// Do everything defined by the constructor of the ArrayList
// base class first – we needn't know what those things are, simply
// that we ought to do them!
super();

// Initialize the total.
total = 0;
}

// Override the add() method as inherited from ArrayList.
public boolean add(int i) {
// Remember this int as the largest/smallest,
// if appropriate. (The FIRST time we add a value, it by default
// will be BOTH the smallest AND the largest!)
if (this.isEmpty()) {
smallestInt = i;
largestInt = i;
}
else {
if (i < smallestInt) smallestInt = i;
if (i > largestInt) largestInt = i;
}

// Increase the total.
total = total + i;

// Add the int to the collection using the add method as implemented
// by the ArrayList base class.
return super.add(i);
}

// Several new methods.

public int getSmallestInt() {
return smallestInt;
}

public int getLargestInt() {
return largestInt;
}

public double getAverage() {
return ((double) total)/((double) this.size());
}

public void printInfo(){
System.out.println("nMyIntCollection collection contains " + this.size() +
" int values");
System.out.println("The smallest value is: " + this.getSmallestInt());
System.out.println("The largest value is: " + this.getLargestInt());
System.out.println("The average is: " + this.getAverage());
}
}