In this tutorial, we will learn how to sort a list using using Comparator interface and Lambda expression.  Rewrite Traditional For Loops with Stream and Lambda expression in Java

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Let’s consider we have a list of objects, and we want to sort them based on a specific attribute. Here’s an example using the Comparator interface and lambda expressions in Java:

Assuming we have a class Student with attributes name and age:



In the above example:

  • The Student class has a name and age.
  • The Comparator.comparingInt(Student::getAge) creates a comparator that compares Student objects based on their age attribute.
  • Collections.sort(studentList, ...) sorts the studentList using the specified comparator.



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It demonstrates how we can use the Comparator interface and lambda expressions to sort a list of objects based on a specific attribute.


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