Java Language Setting preferences values


Example

To store a value into the Preferences node, one of the putXXX() methods is used. A value of a Preferences node can be of the type String, boolean, byte[], double, float, int or long.

Preferences preferences = Preferences.userNodeForPackage(getClass());

preferences.put("someKey", "some String value");
preferences.putBoolean("someKey", false);
preferences.putByteArray("someKey", new byte[0]);
preferences.putDouble("someKey", 187398123.4454d);
preferences.putFloat("someKey", 298321.445f);
preferences.putInt("someKey", 77637);
preferences.putLong("someKey", 2873984729834L);