import java . util .ArrayList; new ArrayLi st<String> () If you write the last line without a trailing semicolon, you will see the small red object icon. Drag this icon onto the object bench. Examine its methods and try calling some (such as add, remove, size, isEmpty). Also try calling the same methods from the Code Pad. You can access objects on the object bench from the Code Pad by using their names. For example, if you have an ArrayList named a|1 on the object bench, in the Code Pad you can type: al1.size()
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