Verify Two lists using Java using stream

package com.sam.testcases.Knowledge_Management.regression;
import org.testng.Assert;

import java.util.List;
public class ListComparison {

public static void main(String[] args) {
// All the fruitsWithCommas must be available in fruitSaladWithCommas, or else the assertion fails.
String fruitsWithCommas="Apple,Orange,Banana,Pineapple,Avacado";
List<String> fruitsList = Stream.(fruitsWithCommas.split(",")).map(String::trim).collect(Collectors.());
System..println("allExpectedRecipientsFound==" + fruitsList);

// Adding Mango additionally is OK won't fail.
String fruitSaladWithCommas="Banana,Avacado,Pineapple,Apple,Orange,Mango";
List<String> fruitSaladList = Stream.(fruitSaladWithCommas.split(",")).map(String::trim).collect(Collectors.());

// Then check that actual actualRecipientList contains all the expectedRecipientList
boolean allExpectedRecipientsFound = fruitSaladList.containsAll(fruitsList);

Assert.(true, allExpectedRecipientsFound, "All the Fruits were not found in fruit Salad.");

// ways to iterate though a list.
// Simple For loop
System..println("==============> 1. Simple For loop Example.");
for (int i = 0; i < fruitsList.size(); i++) {
// New Enhanced For loop
System..println("\n==============> 2. New Enhanced For loop Example..");
for (String temp : fruitSaladList) {
// collection Stream.forEach() util: Returns a sequential Stream with this collection as its source
System..println("\n==============> 7. Stream.forEach() Example...."); -> System..println(crunchifyTemp));




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