# Differences between java.util.HashMap vs java.util.Hashtable vs java.util.LinkedHashMap vs java.util.TreeMap

Differences between java.util.HashMap vs java.util.Hashtable vs java.util.LinkedHashMap vs java.util.TreeMap

# Rehashing

The size of the hash table is not determinate at the very beginning. If the total size of keys is too large (e.g. size >= capacity / 10), we should double the size of the hash table and rehash every keys. Say you have a hash table looks like below:

`size=3`, `capacity=4`

```<code>[null, 21, 14, null]
↓    ↓
9   null
↓
null
</code>```

The hash function is:

```<code>int hashcode(int key, int capacity) {
return key % capacity;
}
</code>```

here we have three numbers, 9, 14 and 21, where 21 and 9 share the same position as they all have the same hashcode 1 (21 % 4 = 9 % 4 = 1). We store them in the hash table by linked list.

rehashing this hash table, double the capacity, you will get:

`size=3`, `capacity=8`

```<code>index:   0    1    2    3     4    5    6   7
hash : [null, 9, null, null, null, 21, 14, null]
</code>```

Given the original hash table, return the new hash table after rehashing .

Example

Given `[null, 21->9->null, 14->null, null]`,

return `[null, 9->null, null, null, null, 21->null, 14->null, null]`

Note

For negative integer in hash table, the position can be calculated as follow:

• C++/Java: if you directly calculate -4 % 3 you will get -1. You can use function: a % b = (a % b + b) % b to make it is a non negative integer.
• Python: you can directly use -1 % 3, you will get 2 automatically.

Solution:

Note: For negative integer in hash table, the position can be calculated as follow:
if you directly calculate -4 % 3 you will get -1.
You can use function: a % b = (a % b + b) % b to make it is a non negative integer.

```public ListNode[] rehashing(ListNode[] hashTable) {
if (hashTable == null) {
return null;
}
ListNode[] newHash = new ListNode[hashTable.length * 2];
int capacity = newHash.length;
for (int i = 0; i < hashTable.length; i++) {
ListNode node = hashTable[i];
while (node != null) {
int index = mod(node.val, capacity);
ListNode next = node.next; //need to remove the next pointer
node.next = null;
//if it is the first one
if (newHash[index] == null) {
newHash[index] = node;
} else {
ListNode runner = newHash[index];
while (runner.next != null) {
runner = runner.next;
}
runner.next = node;
}
hashTable[i] = next; //set to its next node
node = next;
}
}
return newHash;
}

//For negative integer in hash table, the position can be calculated as follow:
//if you directly calculate -4 % 3 you will get -1.
//You can use function: a % b = (a % b + b) % b to make it is a non negative integer.
public int mod(int A, int module) {
return (A % module + module) % module;
}```

# Leetcode: Two Sum

Given an array of integers, find two numbers such that they add up to a specific target number.

The function twoSum should return indices of the two numbers such that they add up to the target, where index1 must be less than index2. Please note that your returned answers (both index1 and index2) are not zero-based.

You may assume that each input would have exactly one solution.

Input: numbers={2, 7, 11, 15}, target=9
Output: index1=1, index2=2

```public int[] twoSum(int[] numbers, int target) {
//use hashmap to store <val,index> pairs of all the numbers
//in this algorithm, we assume all the numbers are different
//and we need to add one to the index as the final output as requried by this question
int[] output = new int;
HashMap<Integer, Integer> map = new HashMap<Integer,Integer>();
for(int i=0;i<numbers.length;i++){
map.put(numbers[i],i);
}
for(int i=0;i<numbers.length;i++){
int val = target-numbers[i];
if(map.containsKey(val)){
int index = map.get(val);
if(index!=i){
if(i<index){
output = i+1;
output = index+1;
}else{
output = index+1;
output = i+1;
}
return output;
}
}
}
return output;
}```

The time complexity is O(N). Since we only need constant time for each HashMap search operation.

# Leetcode: Anagrams

Given an array of strings, return all groups of strings that are anagrams.

Note: All inputs will be in lower-case.

```public ArrayList<String> anagrams(String[] strs) {
// Start typing your Java solution below
// DO NOT write main() function
HashMap<String,ArrayList<String>> records = new HashMap<String, ArrayList<String>>();
ArrayList<String> output = new ArrayList<String>();
for(int i = 0; i<strs.length;i++){
char[] charArr = strs[i].toCharArray();
Arrays.sort(charArr);
String sorted = new String(charArr);
if(records.containsKey(sorted)){
}else{
ArrayList<String> strings = new ArrayList<String>();