Java Code Examples for java.util.Properties#elements()

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Example 1
Source Project: tutorials   File: PropertiesUnitTest.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void givenPropertiesSize_whenPropertyFileLoaded_thenCorrect() throws IOException {
    
    String rootPath = Thread.currentThread().getContextClassLoader().getResource("").getPath();
    String appPropsPath = rootPath + "app.properties";
    Properties appProps = new Properties();
    appProps.load(new FileInputStream(appPropsPath));
     
    appProps.list(System.out); // list all key-value pairs
    
    Enumeration<Object> valueEnumeration = appProps.elements();
    while (valueEnumeration.hasMoreElements()) {
        System.out.println(valueEnumeration.nextElement());
    }
     
    Enumeration<Object> keyEnumeration = appProps.keys();
    while (keyEnumeration.hasMoreElements()) {
        System.out.println(keyEnumeration.nextElement());
    }
     
    int size = appProps.size();
    assertEquals(3, size);
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * This method was introduced to fix defect #26964.  For Java 1.0.2
 * on Win NT, the escape sequence \u0020 was not being handled
 * correctly by the Java Properties class when it was the final
 * character of a line.  Instead the trailing blank was dropped
 * and the next line was swallowed as a continuation.  To work
 * around the problem, we introduced our own metasymbol to represent
 * a trailing blank.  Hence:
 *
 * Performs substitution for any metasymbols in the message
 * templates.  So far only %B is needed.  This was introduced
 * to make it more convenient for .properties files to
 * contain message templates with leading or trailing blanks
 * (although %B may actually occur anywhere in a template).
 * Subsequently, checking for '\n' has also been added.  Now,
 * wherever '\n' occurs in a message template, it is replaced
 * with the value of System.getProperty ("line.separator").
 */
private static final void fixMessages (Properties p) {

    Enumeration keys = p.keys ();
    Enumeration elems = p.elements ();
    while (keys.hasMoreElements ()) {
        String key = (String) keys.nextElement ();
        String elem = (String) elems.nextElement ();
        int i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        boolean changed = false;
        while (i != -1) {
            if (i == 0)
                elem = " " + elem.substring (2);
            else
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) + " " + elem.substring (i+2);
            changed = true;
            i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        }
        int lsIncr = lineSeparator.length () - 1;
        for (i=0; i<elem.length (); i++) {
            if (elem.charAt (i) == NL) {
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) +
                    lineSeparator + elem.substring (i+1);
                i += lsIncr;
                changed = true;
            }
        }
        if (changed)
            p.put (key, elem);
    }

}
 
Example 3
Source Project: jdk8u60   File: Messages.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * This method was introduced to fix defect #26964.  For Java 1.0.2
 * on Win NT, the escape sequence \u0020 was not being handled
 * correctly by the Java Properties class when it was the final
 * character of a line.  Instead the trailing blank was dropped
 * and the next line was swallowed as a continuation.  To work
 * around the problem, we introduced our own metasymbol to represent
 * a trailing blank.  Hence:
 *
 * Performs substitution for any metasymbols in the message
 * templates.  So far only %B is needed.  This was introduced
 * to make it more convenient for .properties files to
 * contain message templates with leading or trailing blanks
 * (although %B may actually occur anywhere in a template).
 * Subsequently, checking for '\n' has also been added.  Now,
 * wherever '\n' occurs in a message template, it is replaced
 * with the value of System.getProperty ("line.separator").
 */
private static final void fixMessages (Properties p) {

    Enumeration keys = p.keys ();
    Enumeration elems = p.elements ();
    while (keys.hasMoreElements ()) {
        String key = (String) keys.nextElement ();
        String elem = (String) elems.nextElement ();
        int i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        boolean changed = false;
        while (i != -1) {
            if (i == 0)
                elem = " " + elem.substring (2);
            else
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) + " " + elem.substring (i+2);
            changed = true;
            i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        }
        int lsIncr = lineSeparator.length () - 1;
        for (i=0; i<elem.length (); i++) {
            if (elem.charAt (i) == NL) {
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) +
                    lineSeparator + elem.substring (i+1);
                i += lsIncr;
                changed = true;
            }
        }
        if (changed)
            p.put (key, elem);
    }

}
 
Example 4
/**
 * This method was introduced to fix defect #26964.  For Java 1.0.2
 * on Win NT, the escape sequence \u0020 was not being handled
 * correctly by the Java Properties class when it was the final
 * character of a line.  Instead the trailing blank was dropped
 * and the next line was swallowed as a continuation.  To work
 * around the problem, we introduced our own metasymbol to represent
 * a trailing blank.  Hence:
 *
 * Performs substitution for any metasymbols in the message
 * templates.  So far only %B is needed.  This was introduced
 * to make it more convenient for .properties files to
 * contain message templates with leading or trailing blanks
 * (although %B may actually occur anywhere in a template).
 * Subsequently, checking for '\n' has also been added.  Now,
 * wherever '\n' occurs in a message template, it is replaced
 * with the value of System.getProperty ("line.separator").
 */
private static final void fixMessages (Properties p) {

    Enumeration keys = p.keys ();
    Enumeration elems = p.elements ();
    while (keys.hasMoreElements ()) {
        String key = (String) keys.nextElement ();
        String elem = (String) elems.nextElement ();
        int i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        boolean changed = false;
        while (i != -1) {
            if (i == 0)
                elem = " " + elem.substring (2);
            else
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) + " " + elem.substring (i+2);
            changed = true;
            i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        }
        int lsIncr = lineSeparator.length () - 1;
        for (i=0; i<elem.length (); i++) {
            if (elem.charAt (i) == NL) {
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) +
                    lineSeparator + elem.substring (i+1);
                i += lsIncr;
                changed = true;
            }
        }
        if (changed)
            p.put (key, elem);
    }

}
 
Example 5
/**
 * This method was introduced to fix defect #26964.  For Java 1.0.2
 * on Win NT, the escape sequence \u0020 was not being handled
 * correctly by the Java Properties class when it was the final
 * character of a line.  Instead the trailing blank was dropped
 * and the next line was swallowed as a continuation.  To work
 * around the problem, we introduced our own metasymbol to represent
 * a trailing blank.  Hence:
 *
 * Performs substitution for any metasymbols in the message
 * templates.  So far only %B is needed.  This was introduced
 * to make it more convenient for .properties files to
 * contain message templates with leading or trailing blanks
 * (although %B may actually occur anywhere in a template).
 * Subsequently, checking for '\n' has also been added.  Now,
 * wherever '\n' occurs in a message template, it is replaced
 * with the value of System.getProperty ("line.separator").
 */
private static final void fixMessages (Properties p) {

    Enumeration keys = p.keys ();
    Enumeration elems = p.elements ();
    while (keys.hasMoreElements ()) {
        String key = (String) keys.nextElement ();
        String elem = (String) elems.nextElement ();
        int i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        boolean changed = false;
        while (i != -1) {
            if (i == 0)
                elem = " " + elem.substring (2);
            else
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) + " " + elem.substring (i+2);
            changed = true;
            i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        }
        int lsIncr = lineSeparator.length () - 1;
        for (i=0; i<elem.length (); i++) {
            if (elem.charAt (i) == NL) {
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) +
                    lineSeparator + elem.substring (i+1);
                i += lsIncr;
                changed = true;
            }
        }
        if (changed)
            p.put (key, elem);
    }

}
 
Example 6
/**
 * This method was introduced to fix defect #26964.  For Java 1.0.2
 * on Win NT, the escape sequence \u0020 was not being handled
 * correctly by the Java Properties class when it was the final
 * character of a line.  Instead the trailing blank was dropped
 * and the next line was swallowed as a continuation.  To work
 * around the problem, we introduced our own metasymbol to represent
 * a trailing blank.  Hence:
 *
 * Performs substitution for any metasymbols in the message
 * templates.  So far only %B is needed.  This was introduced
 * to make it more convenient for .properties files to
 * contain message templates with leading or trailing blanks
 * (although %B may actually occur anywhere in a template).
 * Subsequently, checking for '\n' has also been added.  Now,
 * wherever '\n' occurs in a message template, it is replaced
 * with the value of System.getProperty ("line.separator").
 */
private static final void fixMessages (Properties p) {

    Enumeration keys = p.keys ();
    Enumeration elems = p.elements ();
    while (keys.hasMoreElements ()) {
        String key = (String) keys.nextElement ();
        String elem = (String) elems.nextElement ();
        int i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        boolean changed = false;
        while (i != -1) {
            if (i == 0)
                elem = " " + elem.substring (2);
            else
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) + " " + elem.substring (i+2);
            changed = true;
            i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        }
        int lsIncr = lineSeparator.length () - 1;
        for (i=0; i<elem.length (); i++) {
            if (elem.charAt (i) == NL) {
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) +
                    lineSeparator + elem.substring (i+1);
                i += lsIncr;
                changed = true;
            }
        }
        if (changed)
            p.put (key, elem);
    }

}
 
Example 7
Source Project: hottub   File: Messages.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * This method was introduced to fix defect #26964.  For Java 1.0.2
 * on Win NT, the escape sequence \u0020 was not being handled
 * correctly by the Java Properties class when it was the final
 * character of a line.  Instead the trailing blank was dropped
 * and the next line was swallowed as a continuation.  To work
 * around the problem, we introduced our own metasymbol to represent
 * a trailing blank.  Hence:
 *
 * Performs substitution for any metasymbols in the message
 * templates.  So far only %B is needed.  This was introduced
 * to make it more convenient for .properties files to
 * contain message templates with leading or trailing blanks
 * (although %B may actually occur anywhere in a template).
 * Subsequently, checking for '\n' has also been added.  Now,
 * wherever '\n' occurs in a message template, it is replaced
 * with the value of System.getProperty ("line.separator").
 */
private static final void fixMessages (Properties p) {

    Enumeration keys = p.keys ();
    Enumeration elems = p.elements ();
    while (keys.hasMoreElements ()) {
        String key = (String) keys.nextElement ();
        String elem = (String) elems.nextElement ();
        int i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        boolean changed = false;
        while (i != -1) {
            if (i == 0)
                elem = " " + elem.substring (2);
            else
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) + " " + elem.substring (i+2);
            changed = true;
            i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        }
        int lsIncr = lineSeparator.length () - 1;
        for (i=0; i<elem.length (); i++) {
            if (elem.charAt (i) == NL) {
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) +
                    lineSeparator + elem.substring (i+1);
                i += lsIncr;
                changed = true;
            }
        }
        if (changed)
            p.put (key, elem);
    }

}
 
Example 8
/**
 * This method was introduced to fix defect #26964.  For Java 1.0.2
 * on Win NT, the escape sequence \u0020 was not being handled
 * correctly by the Java Properties class when it was the final
 * character of a line.  Instead the trailing blank was dropped
 * and the next line was swallowed as a continuation.  To work
 * around the problem, we introduced our own metasymbol to represent
 * a trailing blank.  Hence:
 *
 * Performs substitution for any metasymbols in the message
 * templates.  So far only %B is needed.  This was introduced
 * to make it more convenient for .properties files to
 * contain message templates with leading or trailing blanks
 * (although %B may actually occur anywhere in a template).
 * Subsequently, checking for '\n' has also been added.  Now,
 * wherever '\n' occurs in a message template, it is replaced
 * with the value of System.getProperty ("line.separator").
 */
private static final void fixMessages (Properties p) {

    Enumeration keys = p.keys ();
    Enumeration elems = p.elements ();
    while (keys.hasMoreElements ()) {
        String key = (String) keys.nextElement ();
        String elem = (String) elems.nextElement ();
        int i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        boolean changed = false;
        while (i != -1) {
            if (i == 0)
                elem = " " + elem.substring (2);
            else
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) + " " + elem.substring (i+2);
            changed = true;
            i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        }
        int lsIncr = lineSeparator.length () - 1;
        for (i=0; i<elem.length (); i++) {
            if (elem.charAt (i) == NL) {
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) +
                    lineSeparator + elem.substring (i+1);
                i += lsIncr;
                changed = true;
            }
        }
        if (changed)
            p.put (key, elem);
    }

}
 
Example 9
Source Project: openjdk-8   File: Messages.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * This method was introduced to fix defect #26964.  For Java 1.0.2
 * on Win NT, the escape sequence \u0020 was not being handled
 * correctly by the Java Properties class when it was the final
 * character of a line.  Instead the trailing blank was dropped
 * and the next line was swallowed as a continuation.  To work
 * around the problem, we introduced our own metasymbol to represent
 * a trailing blank.  Hence:
 *
 * Performs substitution for any metasymbols in the message
 * templates.  So far only %B is needed.  This was introduced
 * to make it more convenient for .properties files to
 * contain message templates with leading or trailing blanks
 * (although %B may actually occur anywhere in a template).
 * Subsequently, checking for '\n' has also been added.  Now,
 * wherever '\n' occurs in a message template, it is replaced
 * with the value of System.getProperty ("line.separator").
 */
private static final void fixMessages (Properties p) {

    Enumeration keys = p.keys ();
    Enumeration elems = p.elements ();
    while (keys.hasMoreElements ()) {
        String key = (String) keys.nextElement ();
        String elem = (String) elems.nextElement ();
        int i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        boolean changed = false;
        while (i != -1) {
            if (i == 0)
                elem = " " + elem.substring (2);
            else
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) + " " + elem.substring (i+2);
            changed = true;
            i = elem.indexOf (LTB);
        }
        int lsIncr = lineSeparator.length () - 1;
        for (i=0; i<elem.length (); i++) {
            if (elem.charAt (i) == NL) {
                elem = elem.substring (0, i) +
                    lineSeparator + elem.substring (i+1);
                i += lsIncr;
                changed = true;
            }
        }
        if (changed)
            p.put (key, elem);
    }

}