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poi-5.2.3.jar is one of the JAR files for Apache POI 5.2.3, which provides an API for Microsoft document files of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Visio.

poi-5.2.3.jar supports Apache POI components that read and write Microsoft's OLE 2 Compound document format, which is used in early versions of Microsoft Office tools like Word 97, Excel 97, PowerPoint 97, etc.

poi-5.2.3.jar is distributed as part of the poi-bin-5.2.3-20220909.zip download file.

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JAR name: poi-5.2.3.jar
Target JDK version: 9

File name: poi.jar, poi-5.2.3.jar
File size: 2964641 bytes
Release date: 09-09-2022
Download: Apache POI Website

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org/apache/poi/hssf/util/HSSFColor.java

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package org.apache.poi.hssf.util;

import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.EnumMap;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.Locale;
import java.util.Map;
import java.util.Objects;

import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.Color;


/**
 * Intends to provide support for the very evil index to triplet issue and
 * will likely replace the color constants interface for HSSF 2.0.
 * This class contains static inner class members for representing colors.
 * Each color has an index (for the standard palette in Excel (tm) ),
 * native (RGB) triplet and string triplet.  The string triplet is as the
 * color would be represented by Gnumeric.  Having (string) this here is a bit of a
 * collision of function between HSSF and the HSSFSerializer but I think its
 * a reasonable one in this case.
 */
public class HSSFColor implements Color {

    private static Map<Integer,HSSFColor> indexHash;
    private static Map<HSSFColorPredefined,HSSFColor> enumList;

    private final java.awt.Color color;
    private final int index;
    private final int index2;

    /**
     * Predefined HSSFColors with their given palette index (and an optional 2nd index)
     *
     * @since POI 3.16 beta 2
     */
    public enum HSSFColorPredefined {
        BLACK                (0x08,   -1, 0x000000),
        BROWN                (0x3C,   -1, 0x993300),
        OLIVE_GREEN          (0x3B,   -1, 0x333300),
        DARK_GREEN           (0x3A,   -1, 0x003300),
        DARK_TEAL            (0x38,   -1, 0x003366),
        DARK_BLUE            (0x12, 0x20, 0x000080),
        INDIGO               (0x3E,   -1, 0x333399),
        GREY_80_PERCENT      (0x3F,   -1, 0x333333),
        ORANGE               (0x35,   -1, 0xFF6600),
        DARK_YELLOW          (0x13,   -1, 0x808000),
        GREEN                (0x11,   -1, 0x008000),
        TEAL                 (0x15, 0x26, 0x008080),
        BLUE                 (0x0C, 0x27, 0x0000FF),
        BLUE_GREY            (0x36,   -1, 0x666699),
        GREY_50_PERCENT      (0x17,   -1, 0x808080),
        RED                  (0x0A,   -1, 0xFF0000),
        LIGHT_ORANGE         (0x34,   -1, 0xFF9900),
        LIME                 (0x32,   -1, 0x99CC00),
        SEA_GREEN            (0x39,   -1, 0x339966),
        AQUA                 (0x31,   -1, 0x33CCCC),
        LIGHT_BLUE           (0x30,   -1, 0x3366FF),
        VIOLET               (0x14, 0x24, 0x800080),
        GREY_40_PERCENT      (0x37,   -1, 0x969696),
        PINK                 (0x0E, 0x21, 0xFF00FF),
        GOLD                 (0x33,   -1, 0xFFCC00),
        YELLOW               (0x0D, 0x22, 0xFFFF00),
        BRIGHT_GREEN         (0x0B,   -1, 0x00FF00),
        TURQUOISE            (0x0F, 0x23, 0x00FFFF),
        DARK_RED             (0x10, 0x25, 0x800000),
        SKY_BLUE             (0x28,   -1, 0x00CCFF),
        PLUM                 (0x3D, 0x19, 0x993366),
        GREY_25_PERCENT      (0x16,   -1, 0xC0C0C0),
        ROSE                 (0x2D,   -1, 0xFF99CC),
        LIGHT_YELLOW         (0x2B,   -1, 0xFFFF99),
        LIGHT_GREEN          (0x2A,   -1, 0xCCFFCC),
        LIGHT_TURQUOISE      (0x29, 0x1B, 0xCCFFFF),
        PALE_BLUE            (0x2C,   -1, 0x99CCFF),
        LAVENDER             (0x2E,   -1, 0xCC99FF),
        WHITE                (0x09,   -1, 0xFFFFFF),
        CORNFLOWER_BLUE      (0x18,   -1, 0x9999FF),
        LEMON_CHIFFON        (0x1A,   -1, 0xFFFFCC),
        MAROON               (0x19,   -1, 0x7F0000),
        ORCHID               (0x1C,   -1, 0x660066),
        CORAL                (0x1D,   -1, 0xFF8080),
        ROYAL_BLUE           (0x1E,   -1, 0x0066CC),
        LIGHT_CORNFLOWER_BLUE(0x1F,   -1, 0xCCCCFF),
        TAN                  (0x2F,   -1, 0xFFCC99),

        /**
         * Special Default/Normal/Automatic color.<p>
         * <i>Note:</i> This class is NOT in the default Map returned by HSSFColor.
         * The index is a special case which is interpreted in the various setXXXColor calls.
         */
        AUTOMATIC            (0x40,   -1, 0x000000);

        private final HSSFColor color;

        HSSFColorPredefined(int index, int index2, int rgb) {
            this.color = new HSSFColor(index, index2, new java.awt.Color(rgb));
        }

        /**
         * @see HSSFColor#getIndex()
         */
        public short getIndex() {
            return color.getIndex();
        }

        /**
         * @see HSSFColor#getIndex2()
         */
        public short getIndex2() {
            return color.getIndex2();
        }

        /**
         * @see HSSFColor#getTriplet()
         */
        public short [] getTriplet() {
            return color.getTriplet();
        }

        /**
         * @see HSSFColor#getHexString()
         */
        public String getHexString() {
            return color.getHexString();
        }

        /**
         * @return (a copy of) the HSSFColor assigned to the enum
         */
        public HSSFColor getColor() {
            return new HSSFColor(getIndex(), getIndex2(), color.color);
        }
    }


    /** Creates a new instance of HSSFColor */
    public HSSFColor() {
        // automatic index
        this(0x40, -1, java.awt.Color.BLACK);
    }

    public HSSFColor(int index, int index2, java.awt.Color color) {
        this.index = index;
        this.index2 = index2;
        this.color = color;
    }

    /**
     * This function returns all the colours in an unmodifiable Map.
     * The map is cached on first use.
     *
     * @return a Map containing all colours keyed by {@code Integer} excel-style palette indexes
     */
    public static synchronized Map<Integer,HSSFColor> getIndexHash() {
        if(indexHash == null) {
           indexHash = Collections.unmodifiableMap( createColorsByIndexMap() );
        }

        return indexHash;
    }
    /**
     * This function returns all the Colours, stored in a Map that
     *  can be edited. No caching is performed. If you don't need to edit
     *  the table, then call {@link #getIndexHash()} which returns a
     *  statically cached immutable map of colours.
     */
    public static Map<Integer,HSSFColor> getMutableIndexHash() {
       return createColorsByIndexMap();
    }

    private static Map<Integer,HSSFColor> createColorsByIndexMap() {
        Map<HSSFColorPredefined,HSSFColor> eList = mapEnumToColorClass();
        Map<Integer,HSSFColor> result = new HashMap<>(eList.size() * 3 / 2);

        for (Map.Entry<HSSFColorPredefined,HSSFColor> colorRef : eList.entrySet()) {
            Integer index1 = (int)colorRef.getKey().getIndex();
            if (!result.containsKey(index1)) {
                result.put(index1, colorRef.getValue());
            }
            Integer index2 = (int)colorRef.getKey().getIndex2();
            if (index2 != -1 && !result.containsKey(index2)) {
                result.put(index2, colorRef.getValue());
            }
        }
        return result;
    }

    /**
     * this function returns all colors in a hastable.  It's not implemented as a
     * static member/statically initialized because that would be dirty in a
     * server environment as it is intended.  This means you'll eat the time
     * it takes to create it once per request but you will not hold onto it
     * if you have none of those requests.
     *
     * @return a Map containing all colors keyed by String gnumeric-like triplets
     */
    public static Map<String,HSSFColor> getTripletHash()
    {
        return createColorsByHexStringMap();
    }

    private static Map<String,HSSFColor> createColorsByHexStringMap() {
        Map<HSSFColorPredefined,HSSFColor> eList = mapEnumToColorClass();
        Map<String,HSSFColor> result = new HashMap<>(eList.size());

        for (Map.Entry<HSSFColorPredefined,HSSFColor> colorRef : eList.entrySet()) {
            String hexString = colorRef.getKey().getHexString();
            if (!result.containsKey(hexString)) {
                result.put(hexString, colorRef.getValue());
            }
        }
        return result;
    }

    /**
     * Maps the Enums to the HSSFColor, in cases of user code evaluating the classname
     */
    private static synchronized Map<HSSFColorPredefined,HSSFColor> mapEnumToColorClass() {
        if (enumList == null) {
            enumList = new EnumMap<>(HSSFColorPredefined.class);
            // AUTOMATIC is not add to list
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.BLACK);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.BROWN);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.OLIVE_GREEN);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.DARK_GREEN);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.DARK_TEAL);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.DARK_BLUE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.INDIGO);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.GREY_80_PERCENT);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.ORANGE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.DARK_YELLOW);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.GREEN);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.TEAL);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.BLUE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.BLUE_GREY);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.GREY_50_PERCENT);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.RED);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.LIGHT_ORANGE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.LIME);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.SEA_GREEN);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.AQUA);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.LIGHT_BLUE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.VIOLET);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.GREY_40_PERCENT);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.PINK);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.GOLD);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.YELLOW);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.BRIGHT_GREEN);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.TURQUOISE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.DARK_RED);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.SKY_BLUE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.PLUM);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.GREY_25_PERCENT);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.ROSE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.LIGHT_YELLOW);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.LIGHT_GREEN);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.LIGHT_TURQUOISE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.PALE_BLUE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.LAVENDER);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.WHITE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.CORNFLOWER_BLUE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.LEMON_CHIFFON);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.MAROON);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.ORCHID);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.CORAL);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.ROYAL_BLUE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.LIGHT_CORNFLOWER_BLUE);
            addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined.TAN);
        }
        return enumList;
    }

    private static void addHSSFColorPredefined(HSSFColorPredefined color) {
        enumList.put(color, color.getColor());
    }

    /**
     * returns color standard palette index
     * @return index to the standard palette
     */

    public short getIndex() {
        return (short)index;
    }

    /**
     * returns alternative color standard palette index
     * @return alternative index to the standard palette, if -1 this index is not defined
     */

    public short getIndex2() {
        return (short)index2;
    }

    /**
     * returns  RGB triplet (0, 0, 0)
     * @return  triplet representation like that in Excel
     */

    public short [] getTriplet() {
        return new short[] { (short)color.getRed(), (short)color.getGreen(), (short)color.getBlue() };
    }

    /**
     * returns colon-delimited hex string "0:0:0"
     * @return a hex string exactly like a gnumeric triplet
     */

    public String getHexString() {
        return (Integer.toHexString(color.getRed()*0x101) + ":" +
               Integer.toHexString(color.getGreen()*0x101) + ":" +
               Integer.toHexString(color.getBlue()*0x101)).toUpperCase(Locale.ROOT);
    }

    @Override
    public boolean equals(Object o) {
        if (this == o) return true;
        if (o == null || getClass() != o.getClass()) return false;

        HSSFColor hssfColor = (HSSFColor) o;

        if (index != hssfColor.index) return false;
        if (index2 != hssfColor.index2) return false;
        return Objects.equals(color, hssfColor.color);
    }

    @Override
    public int hashCode() {
        return Objects.hash(color,index,index2);
    }

    /**
     * Checked type cast {@code color} to an HSSFColor.
     *
     * @param color the color to type cast
     * @return the type casted color
     * @throws IllegalArgumentException if color is null or is not an instance of HSSFColor
     */
    public static HSSFColor toHSSFColor(Color color) {
        // FIXME: this method would be more useful if it could convert any Color to an HSSFColor
        // Currently the only benefit of this method is to throw an IllegalArgumentException
        // instead of a ClassCastException.
        if (color != null && !(color instanceof HSSFColor)) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("Only HSSFColor objects are supported, but had " + color.getClass());
        }
        return (HSSFColor)color;
    }
}

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