I have seen classes which implement both Comparable and Comparator. What does this mean? Why would I use one over the other?
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A comparable object is capable of comparing itself with another object. The class itself must implements the
java.lang.Comparable interface in order to be able to compare its instances.
A comparator object is capable of comparing two different objects. The class is not comparing its instances, but some other class’s instances. This comparator class must implement the