There are at least two ways to create ConcurrentHashSet in Java. One of them works in Java 8 or newer. The second one works well in older versions of Java.
You want to create ConcurrentHashSet but it is missing in the java.util.concurrent package. As an explanation – the package contains some concurrent implementations of collection and map interfaces.
The implementation of ConcurrentHashSet is missing because you can always get it from ConcurrentHashMap or just use a special implementation of SortedSet called ConcurrentSkipListSet.
Solution A: ConcurrentHashSet derived from ConcurrentHashMap (Java 8 or newer)
If you use at leat Java 8 in your project, this is recommended solution for the problem of missing ConcurrentHashSet class.
Set<String> myConcurrentSet = ConcurrentHashMap.newKeySet();
Solution B: ConcurrentHashSet derived from ConcurrentHashMap
If you use an older Java version you can retrieve ConcurrentHashSet from dummy ConcurrentHashMap instance.
Map<String, String> myMap = new ConcurrentHashMap<String, String>();
Set<String> myConcurrentSet = Collections.newSetFromMap(myMap);
Solution C: Use ConcurrentSkipListSet
If you need a sorted set implementaion or you don’t care about momory overhead, you can always use ConcurrentSkipListSet implementation from the java.util.concurrent package.
Set<String> myConcurrentSet = new ConcurrentSkipListSet<>(String);