Java Streams

Java Streams are a powerful feature introduced in Java 8 for processing sequences of data in a functional and declarative style. They provide a high-level abstraction over collections, arrays, and other data sources, enabling concise and expressive operations on data.

Java Streams are part of the package and are designed to work seamlessly with lambda expressions, which were also introduced in Java 8.

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