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Read a set of properties from the received input stream, strip off any excess white space that exists in those property values,
       
import java.io.IOException;
import java.io.InputStream;
import java.util.Enumeration;
import java.util.Properties;

/*

   Derby - Class org.apache.derby.iapi.util.PropertyUtil

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public class Main {

  /** 
   * Read a set of properties from the received input stream, strip
   * off any excess white space that exists in those property values,
   * and then add those newly-read properties to the received
   * Properties object; not explicitly removing the whitespace here can
   * lead to problems.
   *
   * This method exists because of the manner in which the jvm reads
   * properties from file--extra spaces are ignored after a _key_, but
   * if they exist at the _end_ of a property decl line (i.e. as part
   * of a _value_), they are preserved, as outlined in the Java API:
   *
   * "Any whitespace after the key is skipped; if the first non-
   * whitespace character after the key is = or :, then it is ignored
   * and any whitespace characters after it are also skipped. All
   * remaining characters on the line become part of the associated
   * element string."
   *
   @param iStr An input stream from which the new properties are to be
   *  loaded (should already be initialized).
   @param prop A set of properties to which the properties from
   *  iStr will be added (should already be initialized).
   * properties loaded from 'iStr' (with the extra whitespace (if any)
   *  removed from all values), will be returned via the parameter.
   *
   **/
  public static void loadWithTrimmedValues(InputStream iStr,
    Properties propthrows IOException {

    if ((iStr == null|| (prop == null)) {
    // shouldn't happen; just ignore this call and return.
      return;
    }

    // Else, load the properties from the received input stream.
    Properties p = new Properties();
    p.load(iStr);

    // Now, trim off any excess whitespace, if any, and then
    // add the properties from file to the received Properties
    // set.
    for (Enumeration propKeys = p.propertyNames();
      propKeys.hasMoreElements();) {
    // get the value, trim off the whitespace, then store it
    // in the received properties object.
      String tmpKey = (String)propKeys.nextElement();
      String tmpValue = p.getProperty(tmpKey);
      tmpValue = tmpValue.trim();
      prop.put(tmpKey, tmpValue);
    }

    return;

  }
}

   
    
    
    
    
    
    
  
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