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Tutorial Saving and Retrieving The Preferences
Preference values are the constant key/value pairs. In the pairs of key and value the key must be a string and the preference values are stored in a node. View Rating



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Tutorial Exporting the User Type Preferences in a Subtree of Preference Node
In this section you will learn that how a user can access the User preferences. Here we are going to make it easier to understand the step be step process by the complete example on this topic. View Rating



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Tutorial Export System Preferences
In this section you will learn that how a user can access the System preferences. Here we are going to make it easier to understand the step be step process by the complete example on this topic. View Rating



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Tutorial Access the User's node and Retrieve the Preference Information in Class
In this section you will learn how to access the user's node and retrieve the stored information in the class. View Rating



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Tutorial Multiple Value initialization and retrieval by put and get method
In this example you are going to find out the flow of using put and get method of the preferences. After reading, coding, and running you are able to use the get and put method. View Rating



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Tutorial Preferences Overview
In this section you will learn about preferences and all the methods that modify preference data are allowed to operate a certain work. It allow to store the user and system configuration data. View Rating



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Tutorial String lastIndexOf(String str, int fromIndex)
In this section, you will get the detailed explanation about the lastindexOf(String str, int fromIndex) method of String class. View Rating



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Tutorial JAVA JAZZ UP - Free online Java magazine
Sun released Java SE 6 Update 2 on 16 July 2007 in the US, which the company said is no longer vulnerable to the flaws, which were highlighted by the Australian Computer Emergency Response Team AusCERT) earlier. View Rating



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Tutorial Java String Examples
Comparing Strings (== operator) This section describes how two string references are compared. If two String variables point to the same object then these two variables are called references for the same object. View Rating



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Tutorial Java Interview Questions - Page 6
Question: What is the Vector class? Answer: The Vector class provides the capability to implement a growable array of objects What modifiers may be used with an inner class that is a member of an outer class? A (non-local) inner class may be declared as View Rating
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