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CharArrayWriter flush Example

CharArrayWriter class flush example. method flushes the stream running. this flushing has no impact on the CharArrayWriter class, still methods of the class that have been called run successfully.

 
CharArrayWriter close Example

CharArrayWriter class close example.close method closes the stream running but this has no effect on the CharArrayWriter class, still its method is running successfully.

 
CharArrayWriter append3 Example

CharArrayWriter class append example. method as per indexes mentioned appends portion of data in to the underlying running stream.class charArrayWriter creates its own buffer output that same is used as writer for writing data to character output stream. data is retrieved from the class object through toCharArray and toString methods.

 
CharArrayWriter append2 Example

CharArrayWriter class append example. method appends sequence of data in to the underlying running stream.class charArrayWriter creates its own buffer output that same is used as writer for writing data to character output stream. data is retrieved from the class object through toCharArray and toString methods.

 
CharArrayWriter append1 Example

CharArrayWriter class append example. method appends data in to the underlying running stream.class charArrayWriter creates its own buffer output that same is used as writer for writing data to character output stream. data is retrieved from the class object through toCharArray and toString methods.

 
StringWriter flush Example

StringWriter class flush example. flush method invoked anywhere will flush or flow the running stream and generate the buffered output of the program.

 
StringWriter write3 Example

StringWriter class write example.method under passed index locations writes a portion String in to the StringWriter stream.

 
Session getStore Example

Session class getStore example. public Store getStore() throws NoSuchProviderException Get a Store object that implements this user's desired Store protocol. The mail.store.protocol property specifies the desired protocol. If an appropriate Store object is not obtained, NoSuchProviderException is thrown

 
Session getProviders Example

Session class getProviders example. public Provider[] getProviders() This method returns an array of all the implementations installed via the javamail.[default.]providers files that can be loaded using the ClassLoader available to this application.

 
Session getProvider Example

Session class getProvider example. public Provider getProvider(String protocol) throws NoSuchProviderException Returns the default Provider for the protocol specified. Checks mail.protocol.class property first and if it exists, returns the Provider associated with this implementation. If it doesn't exist, returns the Provider that appeared first in the configuration files. If an implementation for the protocol isn't found, throws NoSuchProviderException

 
Session getProperty Example

Session class getProperty example. public String getProperty(String name) Returns the value of the specified property. Returns null if this property does not exist.

 
Session getProperties Example

Session class getProperties example.public Properties getProperties() Returns the Properties object associated with this Session

 
Session getPasswordAuthentication Example

Session class getPasswordAuthentication example. public PasswordAuthentication getPasswordAuthentication(URLName url) Return any saved PasswordAuthentication for this (store or transport) URLName. Normally used only by store or transport implementations.

 
Session getInstance Example

Session class getInstance example. public String getProperty(String name) Returns the value of the specified property. Returns null if this property does not exist.

 
Session getInstance Example

Session class getInstance example. public static Session getInstance(Properties props) Get a new Session object.

 
StringWriter write2 Example

StringWriter class write example.write method writes the String data in to the stream running under StringWriter class.

 
Session getFolder Example

Session class getFolder example. public Folder getFolder(URLName url) throws MessagingException Get a closed Folder object for the given URLName. If the requested Folder object cannot be obtained, null is returned.

 
StringWriter toString Example

StringWriter class toString example. This example shows you how to use toString method.method returns StringBuffer's value as String .

 
StringWriter getBuffer Example

StringWriter class getBuffer example.method generates StringWriter value as StringBuffer value.StringBuffer is same as String but mutable that means its value can be modified. This method itself returns String buffer therefore it is not necessary to call this method with a StringBuffer object as shown in the program.

 
Session getDefaultInstance Example

Session class getDefaultInstance example. public static Session getDefaultInstance(Properties props, Authenticator authenticator) Get the default Session object. If a default has not yet been setup, a new Session object is created and installed as the default.

 
Session getDefaultInstance Example

Session class getDefaultInstance example. public static Session getDefaultInstance(Properties props) Get the default Session object. If a default has not yet been setup, a new Session object is created and installed as the default.

 
Session getDebug Example

Session class getDebug example. public boolean getDebug() Get the debug setting for this Session.

 
Session addProvider Example

Session class addProvider example. public void addProvider(Provider provider) Add a provider to the session.

 
Session setDebugOut Example

Session class setDebugOut example.public void setDebugOut(PrintStream out) Set the stream to be used for debugging output for this session. If out is null, System.out will be used. Note that debugging output that occurs before any session is created, as a result of setting the mail.debug system property, will always be sent to System.out.

 
StringWriter write1 Example

StringWriter class write example. write method in the program writes a portion of array of characters as per the indexes defined.char array data is writed in to the StringWriter stream through PrintWriter stream from where the data is used in initializing a new String.

 
StringWriter close Example

StringWriter class close example. close method in the program closes the underlying running stream inside StringWriter class. but still a string get initialized using the StringWriter object name is shown in the program.That shows that methods still can be inherited from the class after it is been closed.

 
StringWriter append3 Example

StringWriter class append example. append method in the program takes sequence of characters in same number of single quotes as characters are, in its constructor and adds the portion of data as per passed indexes in to StringWriter stream that latter is used to assign value to a string under initialization.

 
StringWriter append2 Example

StringWriter class append example. append method in the program takes sequence of characters in same number of single quotes as characters are, in its constructor and adds the data in to StringWriter stream that latter is used to assign value to a string under initialization.

 
StringWriter append1 Example

StringWriter class append example. append method in the program takes single character value under single quotes either directly or through the char variable in its constructor and appends the data in to StringWriter stream that latter is used to assign value to a string under initialization.

 
printWriter write5 Example

PrintWriter class write example. .write() method in the program takes string value either directly or through the variable in its constructor and writes a portion of this string as per passed indexes in to the file specified and not on the console output.

 
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