How can we display all module names in Java 9?

JavaObject Oriented ProgrammingProgramming

In Java 9, the module concept has introduced. It is a named, self-describing collection of code and data. The code can be organized as a set of packages containing types like java classes and interfaces, and data includes resources and other kinds of static information. A module contains a name, dependencies, and exported packages.

Syntax

module com.tutorialspoint.mymodule {
   // some statements
}

In the below example, we can able to display all module names by using the ModuleLayer class.

Example

public class AllModulesNamesTest {
   public static void main(String args[]) {
      ModuleLayer.boot().modules().forEach((module) -> {
         System.out.println(module.getName());
      });
   }
}

Output

jdk.security.jgss
jdk.jartool
javafx.swing
java.security.sasl
jdk.plugin.dom
jdk.dynalink
jdk.javaws
jdk.internal.opt
java.desktop
jdk.snmp
javafx.media
javafx.web
jdk.jsobject
jdk.javadoc
java.security.jgss
jdk.compiler
oracle.net
jdk.deploy
jdk.crypto.mscapi
jdk.jstatd
jdk.crypto.cryptoki
jdk.accessibility
java.sql.rowset
java.prefs
java.instrument
jdk.jconsole
jdk.scripting.nashorn
jdk.internal.le
java.xml
jdk.packager
javafx.base
java.compiler
jdk.localedata
jdk.editpad
jdk.management.jfr
jdk.plugin
jdk.packager.services
java.naming
jdk.security.auth
java.datatransfer
javafx.graphics
jdk.xml.dom
javafx.fxml
jdk.zipfs
oracle.desktop
jdk.jdeps
jdk.net
jdk.internal.ed
jdk.internal.jvmstat
jdk.management.agent
jdk.jshell
java.sql
java.scripting
java.se
jdk.naming.dns
jdk.jdwp.agent
jdk.jfr
jdk.management
jdk.charsets
java.base
jdk.jdi
jdk.unsupported
java.xml.crypto
jdk.attach
jdk.management.resource
java.management
jdk.httpserver
jdk.crypto.ec
java.management.rmi
java.smartcardio
jdk.naming.rmi
java.jnlp
jdk.jlink
javafx.controls
jdk.management.cmm
java.logging
java.rmi
jdk.sctp
raja
Published on 19-Mar-2020 14:02:31
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