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*** 33,43 **** <P>There are a few standard system properties used to alter the mechanisms and behavior of the various classes of the java.net package. Some are checked only once at startup of the VM, and therefore are best set using the -D option of the java command, while others have a more dynamic nature and can also be changed using ! the <a href="../../lang/System.html#setProperty(java.lang.String,%20java.lang.String)">System.setProperty()</a> API. The purpose of this document is to list and detail all of these properties.</P> <P>If there is no special note, a property value is checked every time it is used.</P> <a id="Ipv4IPv6"></a> <H2>IPv4 / IPv6</H2> --- 33,43 ---- <P>There are a few standard system properties used to alter the mechanisms and behavior of the various classes of the java.net package. Some are checked only once at startup of the VM, and therefore are best set using the -D option of the java command, while others have a more dynamic nature and can also be changed using ! the <a href="../../lang/System.html#setProperty-java.lang.String-java.lang.String-">System.setProperty()</a> API. The purpose of this document is to list and detail all of these properties.</P> <P>If there is no special note, a property value is checked every time it is used.</P> <a id="Ipv4IPv6"></a> <H2>IPv4 / IPv6</H2>
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