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The addWord method is a method where the parameter represents a case-sensitive word that has been found in a document. The count of occurrences for any word must start at 0 and be increased by 1 on each call with it as a parameter to this method.

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I am unsure how to achieve this and this is what the method looks like,

Java
public void add (String word)
{
}
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Updated 15-Jan-23 3:15am

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The obvious choice would be to store the words in a collection of some sort. Maybe the Map (Java Platform SE 8 )[^] would be a good one.
 
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0x01AA 15-Jan-23 10:30am    
Map I think is really a good one. 5
Richard MacCutchan 15-Jan-23 12:00pm    
Thank you. I wonder sometimes whether these students get any actual teaching?

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