I wish this helpful for you Multimap.asMap().values() isn't a way around the problem -- it was deliberate that Multimap provides both ways of accessing it, getting a Collection> via asMap().values() and getting the flattened Collection with values(). More generally speaking, Multimap tries not to just be "a map to collections," but rather "a general way to associate keys with multiple values." So you get the entries() method in addition to values() and keys(). The asMap() view provides a way to treat it as a "map to collections," but that has very different semantics that aren't always what you're looking for.
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help you fix your problem I have a parent table called FORMS that has many ITEMS in ROR, and ITEMS belongs to FORMS. I need to grab the quantity values from ITEMS that belongs to the last entry in FORMS table. , More memory efficient way:
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wish helps you The behaviour is not configurable. The fluent Returns method is treated the same as ExpectedResult. NUnit only checks for equality. The NUnit code that handles this is fairly straight forward,
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