1. How to retrieve value from natGatewayMap using 'exampleKey'?


    natGatewayMap implies a variable of a map which holds the nat gateway data. To retrieve a value from it using a key in Java, you would typically use the get() function available in the Map interface.

    Here is an example of how to use it:

    import java.util.Map; public class Main { public static void main(String[] args) { // Assuming you've defined your natGatewayMap here. This is just for demonstration purposes. Map<String, String> natGatewayMap = new HashMap<String, String>(); natGatewayMap.put("exampleKey", "exampleValue"); // Retrieve value from the natGatewayMap using the key. String natGatewayValue = natGatewayMap.get("exampleKey"); // Print the value. System.out.println("Value for 'exampleKey' is: " + natGatewayValue); } }

    In this example, we're using a hardcoded natGatewayMap. In your case, you would replace this with your actual map holding the NAT gateway data.

    In line 9 we use natGatewayMap.get("exampleKey") and with that, we're retrieving the value which corresponds to exampleKey in the map natGatewayMap.

    In line 12 we print the value to standard output.

    You'll replace "exampleKey" with the actual key for which you want the value from your NAT gateway map. Should the key not be present in the map, get() will return null.

    Please remember to import java.util.Map and java.util.HashMap classes in your program before using them.