To break or return from a Java 8 Stream.forEach() operation, you can use the break or return statements as you would normally do in a loop.
Lambdas, also known as anonymous functions, are useful in Python because they allow you to create small, one-time use functions without having to define them with a full function statement.
To use a Java 8 lambda to sort a stream in reverse order, you can use the sorted() method of the Stream interface and pass a lambda function that compares the elements in reverse order.
In Java 8, you can use a lambda expression to create a functional interface that throws an exception.
To convert a List<V> into a Map<K, V> in Java 8, you can use the toMap() method of the Collectors class from the java.util.stream package.
List comprehension and the combination of lambda functions and the filter() function in Python are both used to filter a list and return a new list with only the elements that satisfy a certain condition.