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org/apache/commons/net/imap/IMAPReply.java

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package org.apache.commons.net.imap;

import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.regex.Matcher;
import java.util.regex.Pattern;

import org.apache.commons.net.MalformedServerReplyException;

/**
 * IMAPReply stores IMAP reply code constants.
 */

public final class IMAPReply
{
    /** The reply code indicating success of an operation. */
    public static final int OK = 0;

    /** The reply code indicating failure of an operation. */
    public static final int NO = 1;

    /** The reply code indicating command rejection. */
    public static final int BAD = 2;

    /** The reply code indicating command continuation. */
    public static final int CONT = 3;

    /**
     * The reply code indicating a partial response.
     * This is used when a chunk listener is registered and the listener
     * requests that the reply lines are cleared on return.
     * @since 3.4
     */
    public static final int PARTIAL = 3;

    /** The IMAP reply String indicating success of an operation. */
    private static final String IMAP_OK = "OK";

    /** The IMAP reply String indicating failure of an operation. */
    private static final String IMAP_NO = "NO";

    /** The IMAP reply String indicating command rejection. */
    private static final String IMAP_BAD = "BAD";

    // Start of line for untagged replies
    private static final String IMAP_UNTAGGED_PREFIX = "* ";

    // Start of line for continuation replies
    private static final String IMAP_CONTINUATION_PREFIX = "+";

    // Cannot be instantiated.
    private IMAPReply()
    {}

    /**
     * Checks if the reply line is untagged - e.g. "* OK ..."
     * @param line to be checked
     * @return {@code true} if the line is untagged
     */
    public static boolean isUntagged(final String line) {
        return line.startsWith(IMAP_UNTAGGED_PREFIX);
    }

    /**
     * Checks if the reply line is a continuation, i.e. starts with "+"
     * @param line the line to be checked
     * @return {@code true} if the line is untagged
     */
    public static boolean isContinuation(final String line) {
        return line.startsWith(IMAP_CONTINUATION_PREFIX);
    }

    private static final String TAGGED_RESPONSE = "^\\w+ (\\S+).*"; // TODO perhaps be less strict on tag match?
    // tag cannot contain: + ( ) { SP CTL % * " \ ]
    private static final Pattern TAGGED_PATTERN = Pattern.compile(TAGGED_RESPONSE);

    /**
     * Intepret the String reply code - OK, NO, BAD - in a tagged response as a integer.
     *
     * @param line the tagged line to be checked
     * @return {@link #OK} or {@link #NO} or {@link #BAD} or {@link #CONT}
     * @throws IOException if the input has an unexpected format
     */
    public static int getReplyCode(final String line) throws IOException {
        return getReplyCode(line, TAGGED_PATTERN);
    }

    private static final String UNTAGGED_RESPONSE = "^\\* (\\S+).*";
    private static final Pattern UNTAGGED_PATTERN = Pattern.compile(UNTAGGED_RESPONSE);

    private static final Pattern LITERAL_PATTERN = Pattern.compile("\\{(\\d+)\\}$"); // {dd}

    /**
     * Checks if the line introduces a literal, i.e. ends with {dd}
     * @param line the line to check
     *
     * @return the literal count, or -1 if there was no literal.
     */
    public static int literalCount(final String line) {
        final Matcher m = LITERAL_PATTERN.matcher(line);
        if (m.find()) {
            return Integer.parseInt(m.group(1)); // Should always parse because we matched \d+
        }
        return -1;
    }

    /**
     * Intepret the String reply code - OK, NO, BAD - in an untagged response as a integer.
     *
     * @param line the untagged line to be checked
     * @return {@link #OK} or {@link #NO} or {@link #BAD} or {@link #CONT}
     * @throws IOException if the input has an unexpected format
     */
    public static int getUntaggedReplyCode(final String line) throws IOException {
        return getReplyCode(line, UNTAGGED_PATTERN);
    }

    // Helper method to process both tagged and untagged replies.
    private static int getReplyCode(final String line, final Pattern pattern) throws IOException{
        if (isContinuation(line)) {
            return CONT;
        }
        final Matcher m = pattern.matcher(line);
        if (m.matches()) { // TODO would lookingAt() be more efficient? If so, then drop trailing .* from patterns
            final String code = m.group(1);
            if (code.equals(IMAP_OK)) {
                return OK;
            }
            if (code.equals(IMAP_BAD)) {
                return BAD;
            }
            if (code.equals(IMAP_NO)) {
                return NO;
            }
        }
        throw new MalformedServerReplyException(
            "Received unexpected IMAP protocol response from server: '" + line + "'.");
    }

    /**
     * Checks whether the reply code indicates success or not
     *
     * @param replyCode the code to check
     * @return {@code true} if the code equals {@link #OK}
     */
    public static boolean isSuccess(final int replyCode) {
        return replyCode == OK;
    }
    /**
     * Checks if the reply line is a continuation, i.e. starts with "+"
     * @param replyCode the code to be checked
     * @return {@code true} if the response was a continuation
     */
    public static boolean isContinuation(final int replyCode) {
        return replyCode == CONT;
    }

}

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