Get all updates of Java4s
Follow Us: Email Newsletter

How to Convert List to Map in Java 8

Core Java » On Oct 26, 2016 { 1 Comment } By Sivateja

If you have a scenario where you need to convert List of objects to a Map, prior to java 8 you can do this by writing a simple for loop which is iterative. But in this article I will show you how to convert List to Map using java 8 lambda expression.

Java 8 Convert List to Map Example

Lets a take pojo class named Account with properties accNo, accType, accStatus.


Before Java 8 {100=Open, 101=Closed}
Java 8  {100=Open, 101=Closed}

Hey its same output ;) I just tried to show both ways [ with and without lambda expression ].

You Might Also Like

  ♦ About Author ♦

Full Stack( Java/J2EE & UI/UX ) Developer and founder of Java4s - Get It Yourself, A popular Java/J2EE Programming Blog. Sign-up for the Email Newsletter for your daily dose of Java tutorials.


One Response to “How to Convert List to Map in Java 8”

By posting your answer, you agree to our comments policy.
What would you like to learn today?
Browse these popular technologies
Hibernate spring struts Servlets ajax Log4j jQuery Json Core Java Web Services AngularJs
Most Recent Tutorials
Hibernate_Logo Hibernate Recent Posts Spring_Logo Spring Recent Posts Struts_Logo Struts Recent Posts
Useful Links Current & UpComing Tutorials
  Web Services [ SOAP ], JSP
Contact | About Us | Privacy Policy | Advertise With Us

© 2010 - 2017 Java4s - Get It Yourself.
The content is copyrighted to Sivateja Kandula and may not be reproduced on other websites.