What Is poi-5.2.3.jar?

What Is poi-5.2.3.jar?

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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

Here are Java Source Code files for poi-5.2.3.jar:

org/apache/poi/ss/format/CellNumberFormatter.java

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package org.apache.poi.ss.format;

import java.math.BigDecimal;
import java.text.DecimalFormat;
import java.text.DecimalFormatSymbols;
import java.text.FieldPosition;
import java.text.NumberFormat;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.Formatter;
import java.util.IllegalFormatException;
import java.util.Iterator;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.ListIterator;
import java.util.Locale;
import java.util.Set;
import java.util.TreeSet;

import com.zaxxer.sparsebits.SparseBitSet;
import org.apache.logging.log4j.LogManager;
import org.apache.logging.log4j.Logger;
import org.apache.poi.util.LocaleUtil;

/**
 * This class implements printing out a value using a number format.
 */
public class CellNumberFormatter extends CellFormatter {
    private static final Logger LOG = LogManager.getLogger(CellNumberFormatter.class);

    private final String desc;
    private final String printfFmt;
    private final double scale;
    private final Special decimalPoint;
    private final Special slash;
    private final Special exponent;
    private final Special numerator;
    private final Special afterInteger;
    private final Special afterFractional;
    private final boolean showGroupingSeparator;
    private final List<Special> specials = new ArrayList<>();
    private final List<Special> integerSpecials = new ArrayList<>();
    private final List<Special> fractionalSpecials = new ArrayList<>();
    private final List<Special> numeratorSpecials = new ArrayList<>();
    private final List<Special> denominatorSpecials = new ArrayList<>();
    private final List<Special> exponentSpecials = new ArrayList<>();
    private final List<Special> exponentDigitSpecials = new ArrayList<>();
    private final int maxDenominator;
    private final String numeratorFmt;
    private final String denominatorFmt;
    private final boolean improperFraction;
    private final DecimalFormat decimalFmt;

    // The CellNumberFormatter.simpleValue() method uses the SIMPLE_NUMBER
    // CellFormatter defined here. The CellFormat.GENERAL_FORMAT CellFormat
    // no longer uses the SIMPLE_NUMBER CellFormatter.
    // Note that the simpleValue()/SIMPLE_NUMBER CellFormatter format
    // ("#" for integer values, and "#.#" for floating-point values) is
    // different from the 'General' format for numbers ("#" for integer
    // values and "#.#########" for floating-point values).
    private final CellFormatter SIMPLE_NUMBER = new GeneralNumberFormatter(locale);

    private static class GeneralNumberFormatter extends CellFormatter {
        private GeneralNumberFormatter(Locale locale) {
            super(locale, "General");
        }

        @Override
        public void formatValue(StringBuffer toAppendTo, Object value) {
            if (value == null) {
                return;
            }

            CellFormatter cf;
            if (value instanceof Number) {
                Number num = (Number) value;
                cf = (num.doubleValue() % 1.0 == 0) ? new CellNumberFormatter(locale, "#") :
                    new CellNumberFormatter(locale, "#.#");
            } else {
                cf = CellTextFormatter.SIMPLE_TEXT;
            }
            cf.formatValue(toAppendTo, value);
        }

        @Override
        public void simpleValue(StringBuffer toAppendTo, Object value) {
            formatValue(toAppendTo, value);
        }
    }


    /**
     * This class is used to mark where the special characters in the format
     * are, as opposed to the other characters that are simply printed.
     */
    /* package */ static class Special {
        final char ch;
        int pos;

        Special(char ch, int pos) {
            this.ch = ch;
            this.pos = pos;
        }

        @Override
        public String toString() {
            return "'" + ch + "' @ " + pos;
        }
    }

    /**
     * Creates a new cell number formatter.
     *
     * @param format The format to parse.
     */
    public CellNumberFormatter(String format) {
        this(LocaleUtil.getUserLocale(), format);
    }

    /**
     * Creates a new cell number formatter.
     *
     * @param locale The locale to use.
     * @param format The format to parse.
     */
    public CellNumberFormatter(Locale locale, String format) {
        super(locale, format);

        CellNumberPartHandler ph = new CellNumberPartHandler();
        StringBuffer descBuf = CellFormatPart.parseFormat(format, CellFormatType.NUMBER, ph);

        exponent = ph.getExponent();
        specials.addAll(ph.getSpecials());
        improperFraction = ph.isImproperFraction();

        // These are inconsistent settings, so ditch 'em
        if ((ph.getDecimalPoint() != null || ph.getExponent() != null) && ph.getSlash() != null) {
            slash = null;
            numerator = null;
        } else {
            slash = ph.getSlash();
            numerator = ph.getNumerator();
        }

        final int precision = interpretPrecision(ph.getDecimalPoint(), specials);
        int fractionPartWidth = 0;
        if (ph.getDecimalPoint() != null) {
            fractionPartWidth = 1 + precision;
            if (precision == 0) {
                // This means the format has a ".", but that output should have no decimals after it.
                // We just stop treating it specially
                specials.remove(ph.getDecimalPoint());
                decimalPoint = null;
            } else {
                decimalPoint = ph.getDecimalPoint();
            }
        } else {
            decimalPoint = null;
        }

        if (decimalPoint != null) {
            afterInteger = decimalPoint;
        } else if (exponent != null) {
            afterInteger = exponent;
        } else if (numerator != null) {
            afterInteger = numerator;
        } else {
            afterInteger = null;
        }

        if (exponent != null) {
            afterFractional = exponent;
        } else if (numerator != null) {
            afterFractional = numerator;
        } else {
            afterFractional = null;
        }

        double[] scaleByRef = {ph.getScale()};
        showGroupingSeparator = interpretIntegerCommas(descBuf, specials, decimalPoint, integerEnd(), fractionalEnd(), scaleByRef);
        if (exponent == null) {
            scale = scaleByRef[0];
        } else {
            // in "e" formats,% and trailing commas have no scaling effect
            scale = 1;
        }

        if (precision != 0) {
            // TODO: if decimalPoint is null (-> index == -1), return the whole list?
            fractionalSpecials.addAll(specials.subList(specials.indexOf(decimalPoint) + 1, fractionalEnd()));
        }

        if (exponent != null) {
            int exponentPos = specials.indexOf(exponent);
            exponentSpecials.addAll(specialsFor(exponentPos, 2));
            exponentDigitSpecials.addAll(specialsFor(exponentPos + 2));
        }

        if (slash != null) {
            if (numerator != null) {
                numeratorSpecials.addAll(specialsFor(specials.indexOf(numerator)));
            }

            denominatorSpecials.addAll(specialsFor(specials.indexOf(slash) + 1));
            if (denominatorSpecials.isEmpty()) {
                // no denominator follows the slash, drop the fraction idea
                numeratorSpecials.clear();
                maxDenominator = 1;
                numeratorFmt = null;
                denominatorFmt = null;
            } else {
                maxDenominator = maxValue(denominatorSpecials);
                numeratorFmt = singleNumberFormat(numeratorSpecials);
                denominatorFmt = singleNumberFormat(denominatorSpecials);
            }
        } else {
            maxDenominator = 1;
            numeratorFmt = null;
            denominatorFmt = null;
        }

        integerSpecials.addAll(specials.subList(0, integerEnd()));

        if (exponent == null) {
            int integerPartWidth = calculateIntegerPartWidth();
            int totalWidth = integerPartWidth + fractionPartWidth;

            // need to handle empty width specially as %00.0f fails during formatting
            if(totalWidth == 0) {
                printfFmt = "";
            } else {
                printfFmt = "%0" + totalWidth + '.' + precision + "f";
            }
            decimalFmt = null;
        } else {
            StringBuffer fmtBuf = new StringBuffer();
            boolean first = true;
            if (integerSpecials.size() == 1) {
                // If we don't do this, we get ".6e5" instead of "6e4"
                fmtBuf.append("0");
                first = false;
            } else
                for (Special s : integerSpecials) {
                    if (isDigitFmt(s)) {
                        fmtBuf.append(first ? '#' : '0');
                        first = false;
                    }
                }
            if (!fractionalSpecials.isEmpty()) {
                fmtBuf.append('.');
                for (Special s : fractionalSpecials) {
                    if (isDigitFmt(s)) {
                        if (!first)
                            fmtBuf.append('0');
                        first = false;
                    }
                }
            }
            fmtBuf.append('E');
            placeZeros(fmtBuf, exponentSpecials.subList(2, exponentSpecials.size()));
            decimalFmt = new DecimalFormat(fmtBuf.toString(), getDecimalFormatSymbols());
            printfFmt = null;
        }

        desc = descBuf.toString();
    }

    private DecimalFormatSymbols getDecimalFormatSymbols() {
        return DecimalFormatSymbols.getInstance(locale);
    }

    private static void placeZeros(StringBuffer sb, List<Special> specials) {
        for (Special s : specials) {
            if (isDigitFmt(s)) {
                sb.append('0');
            }
        }
    }

    private static CellNumberStringMod insertMod(Special special, CharSequence toAdd, int where) {
        return new CellNumberStringMod(special, toAdd, where);
    }

    private static CellNumberStringMod deleteMod(Special start, boolean startInclusive, Special end, boolean endInclusive) {
        return new CellNumberStringMod(start, startInclusive, end, endInclusive);
    }

    private static CellNumberStringMod replaceMod(Special start, boolean startInclusive, Special end, boolean endInclusive, char withChar) {
        return new CellNumberStringMod(start, startInclusive, end, endInclusive, withChar);
    }

    private static String singleNumberFormat(List<Special> numSpecials) {
        return "%0" + numSpecials.size() + "d";
    }

    private static int maxValue(List<Special> s) {
        return Math.toIntExact(Math.round(Math.pow(10, s.size()) - 1));
    }

    private List<Special> specialsFor(int pos, int takeFirst) {
        if (pos >= specials.size()) {
            return Collections.emptyList();
        }
        ListIterator<Special> it = specials.listIterator(pos + takeFirst);
        Special last = it.next();
        int end = pos + takeFirst;
        while (it.hasNext()) {
            Special s = it.next();
            if (!isDigitFmt(s) || s.pos - last.pos > 1)
                break;
            end++;
            last = s;
        }
        return specials.subList(pos, end + 1);
    }

    private List<Special> specialsFor(int pos) {
        return specialsFor(pos, 0);
    }

    private static boolean isDigitFmt(Special s) {
        return s.ch == '0' || s.ch == '?' || s.ch == '#';
    }

    private int calculateIntegerPartWidth() {
        int digitCount = 0;
        for (Special s : specials) {
            //!! Handle fractions: The previous set of digits before that is the numerator, so we should stop short of that
            if (s == afterInteger) {
                break;
            } else if (isDigitFmt(s)) {
                digitCount++;
            }
        }
        return digitCount;
    }

    private static int interpretPrecision(Special decimalPoint, List<Special> specials) {
        int idx = specials.indexOf(decimalPoint);
        int precision = 0;
        if (idx != -1) {
            // skip over the decimal point itself
            ListIterator<Special> it = specials.listIterator(idx+1);
            while (it.hasNext()) {
                Special s = it.next();
                if (!isDigitFmt(s)) {
                    break;
                }
                precision++;
            }
        }
        return precision;
    }

    private static boolean interpretIntegerCommas
        (StringBuffer sb, List<Special> specials, Special decimalPoint, int integerEnd, int fractionalEnd, double[] scale) {
        // In the integer part, commas at the end are scaling commas; other commas mean to show thousand-grouping commas
        ListIterator<Special> it = specials.listIterator(integerEnd);

        boolean stillScaling = true;
        boolean integerCommas = false;
        while (it.hasPrevious()) {
            Special s = it.previous();
            if (s.ch != ',') {
                stillScaling = false;
            } else {
                if (stillScaling) {
                    scale[0] /= 1000;
                } else {
                    integerCommas = true;
                }
            }
        }

        if (decimalPoint != null) {
            it = specials.listIterator(fractionalEnd);
            while (it.hasPrevious()) {
                Special s = it.previous();
                if (s.ch != ',') {
                    break;
                } else {
                    scale[0] /= 1000;
                }
            }
        }

        // Now strip them out -- we only need their interpretation, not their presence
        it = specials.listIterator();
        int removed = 0;
        while (it.hasNext()) {
            Special s = it.next();
            s.pos -= removed;
            if (s.ch == ',') {
                removed++;
                it.remove();
                sb.deleteCharAt(s.pos);
            }
        }

        return integerCommas;
    }

    private int integerEnd() {
        return (afterInteger == null) ? specials.size() : specials.indexOf(afterInteger);
    }

    private int fractionalEnd() {
        return (afterFractional == null) ? specials.size() : specials.indexOf(afterFractional);
    }

    @Override
    public void formatValue(StringBuffer toAppendTo, Object valueObject) {
        BigDecimal bd = BigDecimal.valueOf(((Number) valueObject).doubleValue()).multiply(BigDecimal.valueOf(scale));
        double value = bd.doubleValue();

        // For negative numbers:
        // - If the cell format has a negative number format, this method
        // is called with a positive value and the number format has
        // the negative formatting required, e.g. minus sign or brackets.
        // - If the cell format does not have a negative number format,
        // this method is called with a negative value and the number is
        // formatted with a minus sign at the start.
        boolean negative = value < 0;
        if (negative)
            value = -value;

        // Split out the fractional part if we need to print a fraction
        double fractional = 0;
        if (slash != null) {
            if (improperFraction) {
                fractional = value;
                value = 0;
            } else {
                fractional = value % 1.0;
                //noinspection SillyAssignment
                value = (long) value;
            }
        }

        Set<CellNumberStringMod> mods = new TreeSet<>();
        StringBuffer output = new StringBuffer(localiseFormat(desc));

        if (exponent != null) {
            writeScientific(value, output, mods);
        } else if (improperFraction) {
            writeFraction(value, null, fractional, output, mods);
        } else {
            StringBuffer result = new StringBuffer();
            try (Formatter f = new Formatter(result, locale)) {
                f.format(locale, printfFmt, value);
            } catch (IllegalFormatException e) {
                throw new IllegalArgumentException("Format: " + printfFmt, e);
            }

            if (numerator == null) {
                writeFractional(result, output);
                writeInteger(result, output, integerSpecials, mods, showGroupingSeparator);
            } else {
                writeFraction(value, result, fractional, output, mods);
            }
        }

        DecimalFormatSymbols dfs = getDecimalFormatSymbols();
        String groupingSeparator = Character.toString(dfs.getGroupingSeparator());

        // Now strip out any remaining '#'s and add any pending text ...
        Iterator<CellNumberStringMod> changes = mods.iterator();
        CellNumberStringMod nextChange = (changes.hasNext() ? changes.next() : null);
        // records chars already deleted
        SparseBitSet deletedChars = new SparseBitSet();
        int adjust = 0;
        for (Special s : specials) {
            int adjustedPos = s.pos + adjust;
            if (!deletedChars.get(s.pos) && output.charAt(adjustedPos) == '#') {
                output.deleteCharAt(adjustedPos);
                adjust--;
                deletedChars.set(s.pos);
            }
            while (nextChange != null && s == nextChange.getSpecial()) {
                int lenBefore = output.length();
                int modPos = s.pos + adjust;
                switch (nextChange.getOp()) {
                case CellNumberStringMod.AFTER:
                    // ignore adding a comma after a deleted char (which was a '#')
                    if (nextChange.getToAdd().equals(groupingSeparator) && deletedChars.get(s.pos)) {
                        break;
                    }
                    output.insert(modPos + 1, nextChange.getToAdd());
                    break;
                case CellNumberStringMod.BEFORE:
                    output.insert(modPos, nextChange.getToAdd());
                    break;

                case CellNumberStringMod.REPLACE:
                    // delete starting pos in original coordinates
                    int delPos = s.pos;
                    if (!nextChange.isStartInclusive()) {
                        delPos++;
                        modPos++;
                    }

                    // Skip over anything already deleted
                    while (deletedChars.get(delPos)) {
                        delPos++;
                        modPos++;
                    }

                    // delete end point in original
                    int delEndPos = nextChange.getEnd().pos;
                    if (nextChange.isEndInclusive()) {
                        delEndPos++;
                    }

                    // delete end point in current
                    int modEndPos = delEndPos + adjust;

                    if (modPos < modEndPos) {
                        if (nextChange.getToAdd() != null && nextChange.getToAdd().length() == 0) {
                            output.delete(modPos, modEndPos);
                        }
                        else {
                            char fillCh = nextChange.getToAdd().charAt(0);
                            for (int i = modPos; i < modEndPos; i++) {
                                output.setCharAt(i, fillCh);
                            }
                        }
                        deletedChars.set(delPos, delEndPos);
                    }
                    break;

                default:
                    throw new IllegalStateException("Unknown op: " + nextChange.getOp());
                }
                adjust += output.length() - lenBefore;

                nextChange = (changes.hasNext()) ? changes.next() : null;
            }
        }

        // Finally, add it to the string
        if (negative) {
            toAppendTo.append('-');
        }
        toAppendTo.append(output);
    }

    private void writeScientific(double value, StringBuffer output, Set<CellNumberStringMod> mods) {

        StringBuffer result = new StringBuffer();
        FieldPosition fractionPos = new FieldPosition(NumberFormat.FRACTION_FIELD);
        decimalFmt.format(value, result, fractionPos);
        writeInteger(result, output, integerSpecials, mods, showGroupingSeparator);
        writeFractional(result, output);

        /*
        * Exponent sign handling is complex.
        *
        * In DecimalFormat, you never put the sign in the format, and the sign only
        * comes out of the format if it is negative.
        *
        * In Excel, you always say whether to always show the sign ("e+") or only
        * show negative signs ("e-").
        *
        * Also in Excel, where you put the sign in the format is NOT where it comes
        * out in the result.  In the format, the sign goes with the "e"; in the
        * output it goes with the exponent value.  That is, if you say "#e-|#" you
        * get "1e|-5", not "1e-|5". This makes sense I suppose, but it complicates
        * things.
        *
        * Finally, everything else in this formatting code assumes that the base of
        * the result is the original format, and that starting from that situation,
        * the indexes of the original special characters can be used to place the new
        * characters.  As just described, this is not true for the exponent's sign.
        * <p>
        * So here is how we handle it:
        *
        * (1) When parsing the format, remove the sign from after the 'e' and put it
        * before the first digit of the exponent (where it will be shown).
        *
        * (2) Determine the result's sign.
        *
        * (3) If it's missing, put the sign into the output to keep the result
        * lined up with the output. (In the result, "after the 'e'" and "before the
        * first digit" are the same because the result has no extra chars to be in
        * the way.)
        *
        * (4) In the output, remove the sign if it should not be shown ("e-" was used
        * and the sign is negative) or set it to the correct value.
        */

        // (2) Determine the result's sign.
        int ePos = fractionPos.getEndIndex();
        int signPos = ePos + 1;
        char expSignRes = result.charAt(signPos);
        if (expSignRes != '-') {
            // not a sign, so it's a digit, and therefore a positive exponent
            expSignRes = '+';
            // (3) If it's missing, put the sign into the output to keep the result
            // lined up with the output.
            result.insert(signPos, '+');
        }

        // Now the result lines up like it is supposed to with the specials' indexes
        ListIterator<Special> it = exponentSpecials.listIterator(1);
        Special expSign = it.next();
        char expSignFmt = expSign.ch;

        // (4) In the output, remove the sign if it should not be shown or set it to
        // the correct value.
        if (expSignRes == '-' || expSignFmt == '+') {
            mods.add(replaceMod(expSign, true, expSign, true, expSignRes));
        } else {
            mods.add(deleteMod(expSign, true, expSign, true));
        }

        StringBuffer exponentNum = new StringBuffer(result.substring(signPos + 1));
        writeInteger(exponentNum, output, exponentDigitSpecials, mods, false);
    }

    @SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
    private void writeFraction(double value, StringBuffer result,
            double fractional, StringBuffer output, Set<CellNumberStringMod> mods) {

        // Figure out if we are to suppress either the integer or fractional part.
        // With # the suppressed part is removed; with ? it is replaced with spaces.
        if (!improperFraction) {
            // If fractional part is zero, and numerator doesn't have '0', write out
            // only the integer part and strip the rest.
            if (fractional == 0 && !hasChar('0', numeratorSpecials)) {
                writeInteger(result, output, integerSpecials, mods, false);

                Special start = lastSpecial(integerSpecials);
                Special end = lastSpecial(denominatorSpecials);
                if (hasChar('?', integerSpecials, numeratorSpecials, denominatorSpecials)) {
                    //if any format has '?', then replace the fraction with spaces
                    mods.add(replaceMod(start, false, end, true, ' '));
                } else {
                    // otherwise, remove the fraction
                    mods.add(deleteMod(start, false, end, true));
                }

                // That's all, just return
                return;
            } else {
                // New we check to see if we should remove the integer part
                boolean numNoZero = !hasChar('0', numeratorSpecials);
                boolean intNoZero = !hasChar('0', integerSpecials);
                boolean intOnlyHash = integerSpecials.isEmpty() || (integerSpecials.size() == 1 && hasChar('#', integerSpecials));

                boolean removeBecauseZero     = fractional == 0 && (intOnlyHash || numNoZero);
                boolean removeBecauseFraction = fractional != 0 && intNoZero;

                if (value == 0 && (removeBecauseZero || removeBecauseFraction)) {
                    Special start = lastSpecial(integerSpecials);
                    boolean hasPlaceHolder = hasChar('?', integerSpecials, numeratorSpecials);
                    CellNumberStringMod sm = hasPlaceHolder
                        ? replaceMod(start, true, numerator, false, ' ')
                        : deleteMod(start, true, numerator, false);
                    mods.add(sm);
                } else {
                    // Not removing the integer part -- print it out
                    writeInteger(result, output, integerSpecials, mods, false);
                }
            }
        }

        // Calculate and print the actual fraction (improper or otherwise)
        try {
            int n;
            int d;
            // the "fractional % 1" captures integer values in improper fractions
            if (fractional == 0 || (improperFraction && fractional % 1 == 0)) {
                // 0 as a fraction is reported by excel as 0/1
                n = (int) Math.round(fractional);
                d = 1;
            } else {
                SimpleFraction frac = SimpleFraction.buildFractionMaxDenominator(fractional, maxDenominator);
                n = frac.getNumerator();
                d = frac.getDenominator();
            }
            if (improperFraction) {
                n = Math.toIntExact(n + Math.round(value * d));
            }
            writeSingleInteger(numeratorFmt, n, output, numeratorSpecials, mods);
            writeSingleInteger(denominatorFmt, d, output, denominatorSpecials, mods);
        } catch (RuntimeException e) {
            LOG.atError().withThrowable(e).log("error while fraction evaluation");
        }
    }

    private String localiseFormat(String format) {
        DecimalFormatSymbols dfs = getDecimalFormatSymbols();
        if(format.contains(",") && dfs.getGroupingSeparator() != ',') {
            if(format.contains(".") && dfs.getDecimalSeparator() != '.') {
                format = replaceLast(format, "\\.", "[DECIMAL_SEPARATOR]");
                format = format.replace(',', dfs.getGroupingSeparator())
                        .replace("[DECIMAL_SEPARATOR]", Character.toString(dfs.getDecimalSeparator()));
            } else {
                format = format.replace(',', dfs.getGroupingSeparator());
            }
        } else if(format.contains(".") && dfs.getDecimalSeparator() != '.') {
            format = format.replace('.', dfs.getDecimalSeparator());
        }
        return format;
    }


    private static String replaceLast(String text, String regex, String replacement) {
        return text.replaceFirst("(?s)(.*)" + regex, "$1" + replacement);
    }

    private static boolean hasChar(char ch, List<Special> numSpecials) {
        for (Special s : numSpecials) {
            if (s.ch == ch) {
                return true;
            }
        }
        return false;
    }

    private static boolean hasChar(char ch, List<Special> numSpecials1, List<Special> numSpecials2) {
        return hasChar(ch, numSpecials1) || hasChar(ch, numSpecials2);
    }

    private static boolean hasChar(char ch, List<Special> numSpecials1, List<Special> numSpecials2,
                                   List<Special> numSpecials3) {
        return hasChar(ch, numSpecials1) || hasChar(ch, numSpecials2) || hasChar(ch, numSpecials3);
    }

    private void writeSingleInteger(String fmt, int num, StringBuffer output, List<Special> numSpecials, Set<CellNumberStringMod> mods) {

        StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
        try (Formatter formatter = new Formatter(sb, locale)) {
            formatter.format(locale, fmt, num);
        }
        writeInteger(sb, output, numSpecials, mods, false);
    }

    private void writeInteger(StringBuffer result, StringBuffer output,
            List<Special> numSpecials, Set<CellNumberStringMod> mods,
            boolean showGroupingSeparator) {

        DecimalFormatSymbols dfs = getDecimalFormatSymbols();
        String decimalSeparator = Character.toString(dfs.getDecimalSeparator());
        String groupingSeparator = Character.toString(dfs.getGroupingSeparator());

        int pos = result.indexOf(decimalSeparator) - 1;
        if (pos < 0) {
            if (exponent != null && numSpecials == integerSpecials) {
                pos = result.indexOf("E") - 1;
            } else {
                pos = result.length() - 1;
            }
        }

        int strip;
        for (strip = 0; strip < pos; strip++) {
            char resultCh = result.charAt(strip);
            if (resultCh != '0' && resultCh != dfs.getGroupingSeparator()) {
                break;
            }
        }

        ListIterator<Special> it = numSpecials.listIterator(numSpecials.size());
        Special lastOutputIntegerDigit = null;
        int digit = 0;
        while (it.hasPrevious()) {
            char resultCh;
            if (pos >= 0) {
                resultCh = result.charAt(pos);
            } else {
                // If result is shorter than field, pretend there are leading zeros
                resultCh = '0';
            }
            Special s = it.previous();
            boolean followWithGroupingSeparator = showGroupingSeparator && digit > 0 && digit % 3 == 0;
            boolean zeroStrip = false;
            if (resultCh != '0' || s.ch == '0' || s.ch == '?' || pos >= strip) {
                zeroStrip = s.ch == '?' && pos < strip;
                output.setCharAt(s.pos, (zeroStrip ? ' ' : resultCh));
                lastOutputIntegerDigit = s;
            }
            if (followWithGroupingSeparator) {
                mods.add(insertMod(s, zeroStrip ? " " : groupingSeparator, CellNumberStringMod.AFTER));
            }
            digit++;
            --pos;
        }
        if (pos >= 0) {
            // We ran out of places to put digits before we ran out of digits; put this aside so we can add it later
            // pos was decremented at the end of the loop above when the iterator was at its end
            ++pos;
            StringBuffer extraLeadingDigits = new StringBuffer(result.substring(0, pos));
            if (showGroupingSeparator) {
                while (pos > 0) {
                    if (digit > 0 && digit % 3 == 0) {
                        extraLeadingDigits.insert(pos, groupingSeparator);
                    }
                    digit++;
                    --pos;
                }
            }
            mods.add(insertMod(lastOutputIntegerDigit, extraLeadingDigits, CellNumberStringMod.BEFORE));
        }
    }

    private void writeFractional(StringBuffer result, StringBuffer output) {
        int digit;
        int strip;
        if (!fractionalSpecials.isEmpty()) {
            String decimalSeparator = Character.toString(getDecimalFormatSymbols().getDecimalSeparator());
            digit = result.indexOf(decimalSeparator) + 1;
            if (exponent != null) {
                strip = result.indexOf("e") - 1;
            } else {
                strip = result.length() - 1;
            }

            while (strip > digit && result.charAt(strip) == '0') {
                strip--;
            }

            for (Special s : fractionalSpecials) {
                char resultCh = result.charAt(digit);
                if (resultCh != '0' || s.ch == '0' || digit < strip) {
                    output.setCharAt(s.pos, resultCh);
                } else if (s.ch == '?') {
                    // This is when we're in trailing zeros, and the format is '?'.
                    // We still strip out remaining '#'s later
                    output.setCharAt(s.pos, ' ');
                }
                digit++;
            }
        }
    }

    /**
     * {@inheritDoc}
     * <p>
     * For a number, this is {@code "#"} for integer values, and {@code "#.#"}
     * for floating-point values.
     */
    @Override
    public void simpleValue(StringBuffer toAppendTo, Object value) {
        SIMPLE_NUMBER.formatValue(toAppendTo, value);
    }

    private static Special lastSpecial(List<Special> s)  {
        return s.get(s.size() - 1);
    }
}

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