provides access to multiple iformation of
a set of properties with a single call.
The speciality of this interface is that none of the functions
will throw the usual exceptions associated with setting and retrieving
of property values. Instead the data for the failures is collected and
Note: There is no support for property change listeners in this
sets the values to the properties with the specified names.
specifies the names of the properties.
The property names must be sorted ascending.
If the names are not sorted the behaviour of the method
specifies the values of the properties.
The order of the values has to be the same as in the
aPropertyNames parameter int order to match
the property name with its value.
An empty sequence if all properties are successfull set.
Otherwise for every property value that could not successfully
be set an entry of the
will be present in this sequence.
The order of the properties is also alphabetically ascending.
if the number of property names and values do not match.
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