Hello, I am building an applet which could be configurable for different clients. So I use a property file to specify the configuration info. The biggest problem is to specify the colors. I have to pass the color info to a special library created using jdk1.1.8 which can only use integer representation of the Color info. for eg 0XFFFFFFFF.ie ALPHA,RED,GREEN,BLUE I want to make it configurable so I write a property color=FFFFFFFF in my property file in My java code I use int color1=Integer.parseInt(props.getProperty("color"),16); this throws a number format exception because this number is out of range for Integer type. but if I use int color1=0XFFFFFFFF there is no problem.
I didn't understand what is the difference between the 2 numbers. int color1=0XFFFFFFFF String color=color="FFFFFFFF"; int color1=Integer.parseInt(props.getProperty("color"),16);
How can I store this info in a property file and get the property with out any loss of precision.
I just want to know is there any body call my bean's Getter and Setter methods with "Please" in front - My favorite quip from Bugzilla