by Dinesh Thakur Category: Swing

 

import java.util.*;

class JavaExampleProperty
  {
     public static void main(String as[])
      {
        Properties Prprties = new Properties();
        Set St;
        String OutStrng;
        Prprties.setProperty("Property Zero", "Value Zero");
        Prprties.setProperty("Property One", "Value One");
        Prprties.setProperty("Property Two", "Value Two");
        Prprties.setProperty("Property Three", "Value Three");
        Prprties.setProperty("Property Four", "Value Four");
        Prprties.setProperty("Property Five", "Value Five");
        Prprties.setProperty("Property Six", "Value Six");
        OutStrng = Prprties.getProperty("Property Three","Missing");
        System.out.println(OutStrng);
        OutStrng = Prprties.getProperty("Property Seven", "Missing");
        System.out.println(OutStrng);
     }
}
Java Example Property()

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