What Is jxl.jar 2.6.12

What is jxl.jar 2.6.12?

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jxl.jar 2.6.12 is the JAR file for Java Excel API 2.6.12, which is a Java library for reading, writing and modifying Microsoft Excel spreadsheet files.

JAR File Size and Download Location:

JAR name: jxl-2.6.12.jar
Target JDK version: 1.6
Dependency: None

File name: jxl.jar
File size: 725735 bytes
Release date: 24-Oct-2009
Download: Java Excel API Website.

Here are Java Source Code files for jxl-2.6.12.jar:

jxl/read/biff/FormulaRecord.java

/*********************************************************************
*
*      Copyright (C) 2002 Andrew Khan
*
* This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public
* License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
* version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
*
* This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
* Lesser General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public
* License along with this library; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
***************************************************************************/

package jxl.read.biff;

import jxl.common.Assert;
import jxl.common.Logger;

import jxl.CellType;
import jxl.WorkbookSettings;
import jxl.biff.DoubleHelper;
import jxl.biff.FormattingRecords;
import jxl.biff.IntegerHelper;
import jxl.biff.WorkbookMethods;
import jxl.biff.formula.ExternalSheet;

/**
 * A formula's last calculated value
 */
class FormulaRecord extends CellValue
{
  /**
   * The logger
   */
  private static Logger logger = Logger.getLogger(FormulaRecord.class);

  /**
   * The "real" formula record - will be either a string a or a number
   */
  private CellValue formula;

  /**
   * Flag to indicate whether this is a shared formula
   */
  private boolean shared;

  /**
   * Static class for a dummy override, indicating that the formula
   * passed in is not a shared formula
   */
  private static class IgnoreSharedFormula {};
  public static final IgnoreSharedFormula ignoreSharedFormula
    = new IgnoreSharedFormula();

  /**
   * Constructs this object from the raw data.  Creates either a
   * NumberFormulaRecord or a StringFormulaRecord depending on whether
   * this formula represents a numerical calculation or not
   *
   * @param t the raw data
   * @param excelFile the excel file
   * @param fr the formatting records
   * @param es the workbook, which contains the external sheet references
   * @param nt the name table
   * @param si the sheet
   * @param ws the workbook settings
   */
  public FormulaRecord(Record t,
                       File excelFile,
                       FormattingRecords fr,
                       ExternalSheet es,
                       WorkbookMethods nt,
                       SheetImpl si,
                       WorkbookSettings ws)
  {
    super(t, fr, si);

    byte[] data = getRecord().getData();

    shared = false;

    // Check to see if this forms part of a shared formula
    int grbit = IntegerHelper.getInt(data[14], data[15]);
    if ((grbit & 0x08) != 0)
    {
      shared = true;

      if (data[6] == 0 && data[12] == -1 && data[13] == -1)
      {
        // It is a shared string formula
        formula = new SharedStringFormulaRecord
          (t, excelFile, fr, es, nt, si, ws);
      }
      else if (data[6]  == 3 && data[12] == -1 &&  data[13] == -1)
      {
        // We have a string which evaluates to null
        formula = new SharedStringFormulaRecord
          (t, excelFile, fr, es, nt, si, 
           SharedStringFormulaRecord.EMPTY_STRING);
      }
      else if (data[6]  == 2 &&
               data[12] == -1 &&
               data[13] == -1)
      {
        // The cell is in error
        int errorCode = data[8];
        formula = new SharedErrorFormulaRecord(t, excelFile, errorCode, 
                                               fr, es, nt, si);
      }
      else if (data[6]  == 1  &&
               data[12] == -1 &&
               data[13] == -1)
      {
        boolean value = data[8] == 1 ? true : false;
        formula = new SharedBooleanFormulaRecord
          (t, excelFile, value, fr, es, nt, si);
      }
      else
      {
        // It is a numerical formula
        double value = DoubleHelper.getIEEEDouble(data, 6);
        SharedNumberFormulaRecord snfr = new SharedNumberFormulaRecord
          (t, excelFile, value, fr, es, nt, si);
        snfr.setNumberFormat(fr.getNumberFormat(getXFIndex()));
        formula = snfr;
      }

      return;
    }

    // microsoft and their goddam magic values determine whether this
    // is a string or a number value
    if (data[6] == 0 && data[12] == -1 && data[13] == -1)
    {
      // we have a string
      formula = new StringFormulaRecord(t, excelFile, fr, es, nt, si, ws);
    }
    else if (data[6]  == 1  &&
             data[12] == -1 &&
             data[13] == -1)
    {
      // We have a boolean formula
      // multiple values.  Thanks to Frank for spotting this
      formula = new BooleanFormulaRecord(t, fr, es, nt, si);
    }
    else if (data[6]  == 2 &&
             data[12] == -1 &&
             data[13] == -1)
    {
      // The cell is in error
      formula = new ErrorFormulaRecord(t, fr, es, nt, si);
    }
    else if (data[6] == 3 && data[12] == -1 && data[13] == -1)
    {
      // we have a string which evaluates to null
      formula = new StringFormulaRecord(t, fr, es, nt, si);
    }
    else
    {
      // it is most assuredly a number
      formula = new NumberFormulaRecord(t, fr, es, nt, si);
    }
  }

  /**
   * Constructs this object from the raw data.  Creates either a
   * NumberFormulaRecord or a StringFormulaRecord depending on whether
   * this formula represents a numerical calculation or not
   *
   * @param t the raw data
   * @param excelFile the excel file
   * @param fr the formatting records
   * @param es the workbook, which contains the external sheet references
   * @param nt the name table
   * @param i a dummy override to indicate that we don't want to do
   * any shared formula processing
   * @param si the sheet impl
   * @param ws the workbook settings
   */
  public FormulaRecord(Record t,
                       File excelFile,
                       FormattingRecords fr,
                       ExternalSheet es,
                       WorkbookMethods nt,
                       IgnoreSharedFormula i,
                       SheetImpl si,
                       WorkbookSettings ws)
  {
    super(t, fr, si);
    byte[] data = getRecord().getData();

    shared = false;

    // microsoft and their magic values determine whether this
    // is a string or a number value
    if (data[6] == 0 && data[12] == -1 && data[13] == -1)
    {
      // we have a string
      formula = new StringFormulaRecord(t, excelFile, fr, es, nt, si, ws);
    }
    else if (data[6]  == 1  &&
             data[12] == -1 &&
             data[13] == -1)
    {
      // We have a boolean formula
      // multiple values.  Thanks to Frank for spotting this
      formula = new BooleanFormulaRecord(t, fr, es, nt, si);
    }
    else if (data[6]  == 2 &&
             data[12] == -1 &&
             data[13] == -1)
    {
      // The cell is in error
      formula = new ErrorFormulaRecord(t, fr, es, nt, si);
    }
    else
    {
      // it is most assuredly a number
      formula = new NumberFormulaRecord(t, fr, es, nt, si);
    }
  }

  /**
   * Returns the numerical value as a string
   *
   * @return The numerical value of the formula as a string
   */
  public String getContents()
  {
    Assert.verify(false);
    return "";
  }

  /**
   * Returns the cell type
   *
   * @return The cell type
   */
  public CellType getType()
  {
    Assert.verify(false);
    return CellType.EMPTY;
  }

  /**
   * Gets the "real" formula
   *
   * @return  the cell value
   */
  final CellValue getFormula()
  {
    return formula;
  }

  /**
   * Interrogates this formula to determine if it forms part of a shared
   * formula
   *
   * @return TRUE if this is shared formula, FALSE otherwise
   */
  final boolean isShared()
  {
    return shared;
  }

}






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