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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
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org/apache/poi/ss/formula/eval/OperandResolver.java

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package org.apache.poi.ss.formula.eval;

import org.apache.poi.ss.formula.EvaluationCell;
import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.DateUtil;
import org.apache.poi.ss.util.CellRangeAddress;

import java.time.DateTimeException;
import java.util.regex.Pattern;

/**
 * Provides functionality for evaluating arguments to functions and operators.
 */
public final class OperandResolver {

    // Based on regular expression defined in JavaDoc at {@link java.lang.Double#valueOf}
    // modified to remove support for NaN, Infinity, Hexadecimal support and floating type suffixes
    private static final String Digits    = "(\\p{Digit}+)";
    private static final String Exp    = "[eE][+-]?"+Digits;
    private static final String fpRegex    =
                ("[\\x00-\\x20]*" +
                 "[+-]?(" +
                   "("+Digits+"(\\.)?("+Digits+"?)("+Exp+")?)|"+
                 "(\\."+Digits+"("+Exp+")?))"+
                 "[\\x00-\\x20]*");
    private static final Pattern fpPattern = Pattern.compile(fpRegex);

    private OperandResolver() {
        // no instances of this class
    }

    /**
     * Retrieves a single value from a variety of different argument types according to standard
     * Excel rules.  Does not perform any type conversion.
     * @param arg the evaluated argument as passed to the function or operator.
     * @param srcCellRow used when arg is a single column AreaRef
     * @param srcCellCol used when arg is a single row AreaRef
     * @return a {@code NumberEval}, {@code StringEval}, {@code BoolEval} or {@code BlankEval}.
     * Never {@code null} or {@code ErrorEval}.
     * @throws EvaluationException if srcCellRow or srcCellCol do not properly index into
     *  an AreaEval.  If the actual value retrieved is an ErrorEval, a corresponding
     *  EvaluationException is thrown.
     */
    public static ValueEval getSingleValue(ValueEval arg, int srcCellRow, int srcCellCol)
            throws EvaluationException {
        final ValueEval result;
        if (arg instanceof RefEval) {
            result = chooseSingleElementFromRef((RefEval) arg);
        } else if (arg instanceof AreaEval) {
            result = chooseSingleElementFromArea((AreaEval) arg, srcCellRow, srcCellCol);
        } else {
            result = arg;
        }
        if (result instanceof ErrorEval) {
            throw new EvaluationException((ErrorEval) result);
        }
        return result;
    }

    /**
     * Retrieves a single value from an area evaluation utilizing the 2D indices of the cell
     * within its own area reference to index the value in the area evaluation.
     *
     * @param ae area reference after evaluation
     * @param cell the source cell of the formula that contains its 2D indices
     * @return a {@code NumberEval}, {@code StringEval}, {@code BoolEval} or {@code BlankEval}. or {@code ErrorEval}
     * Never {@code null}.
     */

    public static ValueEval getElementFromArray(AreaEval ae, EvaluationCell cell) {
        CellRangeAddress range =  cell.getArrayFormulaRange();
        int relativeRowIndex = cell.getRowIndex() - range.getFirstRow();
        int relativeColIndex = cell.getColumnIndex() - range.getFirstColumn();

        if (ae.isColumn()) {
            if (ae.isRow()) {
                return ae.getRelativeValue(0, 0);
            }
            else if(relativeRowIndex < ae.getHeight()) {
                return ae.getRelativeValue(relativeRowIndex, 0);
            }
        }
        else if (!ae.isRow() && relativeRowIndex < ae.getHeight() && relativeColIndex < ae.getWidth()) {
            return ae.getRelativeValue(relativeRowIndex, relativeColIndex);
        }
        else if (ae.isRow() && relativeColIndex < ae.getWidth()) {
            return ae.getRelativeValue(0, relativeColIndex);
        }

        return ErrorEval.NA;
    }

    /**
     * Implements (some perhaps not well known) Excel functionality to select a single cell from an
     * area depending on the coordinates of the calling cell.  Here is an example demonstrating
     * both selection from a single row area and a single column area in the same formula.
     *
     *    <table>
     *      <caption>sample spreadsheet</caption>
     *      <tr><th>&nbsp;</th><th>&nbsp;A&nbsp;</th><th>&nbsp;B&nbsp;</th><th>&nbsp;C&nbsp;</th><th>&nbsp;D&nbsp;</th></tr>
     *      <tr><th>1</th><td>15</td><td>20</td><td>25</td><td>&nbsp;</td></tr>
     *      <tr><th>2</th><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>200</td></tr>
     *      <tr><th>3</th><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>300</td></tr>
     *      <tr><th>3</th><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>&nbsp;</td><td>400</td></tr>
     *    </table>
     *
     * If the formula "=1000+A1:B1+D2:D3" is put into the 9 cells from A2 to C4, the spreadsheet
     * will look like this:
     *
     *    <table>
     *      <caption>sample spreadsheet</caption>
     *      <tr><th>&nbsp;</th><th>&nbsp;A&nbsp;</th><th>&nbsp;B&nbsp;</th><th>&nbsp;C&nbsp;</th><th>&nbsp;D&nbsp;</th></tr>
     *      <tr><th>1</th><td>15</td><td>20</td><td>25</td><td>&nbsp;</td></tr>
     *      <tr><th>2</th><td>1215</td><td>1220</td><td>#VALUE!</td><td>200</td></tr>
     *      <tr><th>3</th><td>1315</td><td>1320</td><td>#VALUE!</td><td>300</td></tr>
     *      <tr><th>4</th><td>#VALUE!</td><td>#VALUE!</td><td>#VALUE!</td><td>400</td></tr>
     *    </table>
     *
     * Note that the row area (A1:B1) does not include column C and the column area (D2:D3) does
     * not include row 4, so the values in C1(=25) and D4(=400) are not accessible to the formula
     * as written, but in the 4 cells A2:B3, the row and column selection works ok.<p>
     *
     * The same concept is extended to references across sheets, such that even multi-row,
     * multi-column areas can be useful.<p>
     *
     * Of course with carefully (or carelessly) chosen parameters, cyclic references can occur and
     * hence this method <b>can</b> throw a 'circular reference' EvaluationException.  Note that
     * this method does not attempt to detect cycles.  Every cell in the specified Area {@code ae}
     * has already been evaluated prior to this method call.  Any cell (or cell<b>s</b>) part of
     * {@code ae} that would incur a cyclic reference error if selected by this method, will
     * already have the value {@code ErrorEval.CIRCULAR_REF_ERROR} upon entry to this method.  It
     * is assumed logic exists elsewhere to produce this behaviour.
     *
     * @return whatever the selected cell's evaluated value is.  Never {@code null}. Never
     *  {@code ErrorEval}.
     * @throws EvaluationException if there is a problem with indexing into the area, or if the
     *  evaluated cell has an error.
     */
    public static ValueEval chooseSingleElementFromArea(AreaEval ae,
            int srcCellRow, int srcCellCol) throws EvaluationException {
        ValueEval result = chooseSingleElementFromAreaInternal(ae, srcCellRow, srcCellCol);
        if (result instanceof ErrorEval) {
            throw new EvaluationException((ErrorEval) result);
        }
        return result;
    }

    /**
     * @return possibly {@code ErrorEval}, and {@code null}
     */
    private static ValueEval chooseSingleElementFromAreaInternal(AreaEval ae,
            int srcCellRow, int srcCellCol) throws EvaluationException {

//        if(false) {
//            // this is too simplistic
//            if(ae.containsRow(srcCellRow) && ae.containsColumn(srcCellCol)) {
//                throw new EvaluationException(ErrorEval.CIRCULAR_REF_ERROR);
//            }
//        /*
//        Circular references are not dealt with directly here, but it is worth noting some issues.
//
//        ANY one of the return statements in this method could return a cell that is identical
//        to the one immediately being evaluated.  The evaluating cell is identified by srcCellRow,
//        srcCellRow AND sheet.  The sheet is not available in any nearby calling method, so that's
//        one reason why circular references are not easy to detect here. (The sheet of the returned
//        cell can be obtained from ae if it is an Area3DEval.)
//
//        Another reason there's little value in attempting to detect circular references here is
//        that only direct circular references could be detected.  If the cycle involved two or more
//        cells this method could not detect it.
//
//        Logic to detect evaluation cycles of all kinds has been coded in EvaluationCycleDetector
//        (and FormulaEvaluator).
//         */
//        }

        if (ae.isColumn()) {
            if(ae.isRow()) {
                return ae.getRelativeValue(0, 0);
            }
            if(!ae.containsRow(srcCellRow)) {
                throw EvaluationException.invalidValue();
            }
            return ae.getAbsoluteValue(srcCellRow, ae.getFirstColumn());
        }
        if(!ae.isRow()) {
            // multi-column, multi-row area
            if(ae.containsRow(srcCellRow) && ae.containsColumn(srcCellCol)) {
                return ae.getAbsoluteValue(srcCellRow, srcCellCol);
            }
            throw EvaluationException.invalidValue();
        }
        if(!ae.containsColumn(srcCellCol)) {
            throw EvaluationException.invalidValue();
        }
        return ae.getAbsoluteValue(ae.getFirstRow(), srcCellCol);
    }

    private static ValueEval chooseSingleElementFromRef(RefEval ref) {
        return ref.getInnerValueEval( ref.getFirstSheetIndex() );
    }

    /**
     * Applies some conversion rules if the supplied value is not already an integer.<br>
     * Value is first coerced to a {@code double} ( See {@code coerceValueToDouble()} ).
     * Note - {@code BlankEval} is converted to {@code 0}.<p>
     *
     * Excel typically converts doubles to integers by truncating toward negative infinity.<br>
     * The equivalent java code is:<br>
     * &nbsp;&nbsp;{@code return (int)Math.floor(d);}<br>
     * <b>not</b>:<br>
     * &nbsp;&nbsp;{@code return (int)d; // wrong - rounds toward zero}
     *
     */
    public static int coerceValueToInt(ValueEval ev) throws EvaluationException {
        if (ev == BlankEval.instance) {
            return 0;
        }
        double d = coerceValueToDouble(ev);
        // Note - the standard java type conversion from double to int truncates toward zero.
        // but Math.floor() truncates toward negative infinity
        return (int)Math.floor(d);
    }

    /**
     * Applies some conversion rules if the supplied value is not already a number.
     * Note - {@code BlankEval} is converted to {@link NumberEval#ZERO}.
     * @param ev must be a {@link NumberEval}, {@link StringEval}, {@link BoolEval} or
     * {@link BlankEval}
     * @return actual, parsed or interpreted double value (respectively).
     * @throws EvaluationException if a StringEval is supplied and cannot be parsed
     * as a double (See {@code parseDouble()} for allowable formats).
     * @throws RuntimeException if the supplied parameter is not {@link NumberEval},
     * {@link StringEval}, {@link BoolEval} or {@link BlankEval}
     */
    public static double coerceValueToDouble(ValueEval ev) throws EvaluationException {

        if (ev == BlankEval.instance) {
            return 0.0;
        }
        if (ev instanceof NumericValueEval) {
            // this also handles booleans
            return ((NumericValueEval)ev).getNumberValue();
        }
        if (ev instanceof StringEval) {
            String sval = ((StringEval) ev).getStringValue();
            Double dd = parseDouble(sval);
            if(dd == null) dd = parseDateTime(sval);
            if (dd == null) {
                throw EvaluationException.invalidValue();
            }
            return dd;
        }
        throw new RuntimeException("Unexpected arg eval type (" + ev.getClass().getName() + ")");
    }

    /**
     * Converts a string to a double using standard rules that Excel would use.<br>
     * Tolerates leading and trailing spaces, <p>
     *
     * Doesn't support currency prefixes, commas, percentage signs or arithmetic operations strings.
     *
     *  Some examples:<br>
     *  " 123 " -&gt; 123.0<br>
     *  ".123" -&gt; 0.123<br>
     *  "1E4" -&gt; 1000<br>
     *  "-123" -&gt; -123.0<br>
     *  These not supported yet:<br>
     *  " $ 1,000.00 " -&gt; 1000.0<br>
     *  "$1.25E4" -&gt; 12500.0<br>
     *  "5**2" -&gt; 500<br>
     *  "250%" -&gt; 2.5<br>
     *
     * @return {@code null} if the specified text cannot be parsed as a number
     */
    public static Double parseDouble(String pText) {

        if (fpPattern.matcher(pText).matches())
            try {
                return Double.parseDouble(pText);
            } catch (NumberFormatException e) {
                return null;
            }
        else {
            return null;
        }

    }

    public static Double parseDateTime(String pText) {

        try {
            return DateUtil.parseDateTime(pText);
        } catch (DateTimeException e) {
            return null;
        }

    }

    /**
     * @param ve must be a {@code NumberEval}, {@code StringEval}, {@code BoolEval}, or {@code BlankEval}
     * @return the converted string value. never {@code null}
     */
    public static String coerceValueToString(ValueEval ve) {
        if (ve instanceof StringValueEval) {
            StringValueEval sve = (StringValueEval) ve;
            return sve.getStringValue();
        }
        if (ve == BlankEval.instance) {
            return "";
        }
        throw new IllegalArgumentException("Unexpected eval class (" + ve.getClass().getName() + ")");
    }

    /**
     * @return {@code null} to represent blank values
     * @throws EvaluationException if ve is an ErrorEval, or if a string value cannot be converted
     */
    public static Boolean coerceValueToBoolean(ValueEval ve, boolean stringsAreBlanks) throws EvaluationException {

        if (ve == null || ve == BlankEval.instance) {
            // TODO - remove 've == null' condition once AreaEval is fixed
            return null;
        }
        if (ve instanceof BoolEval) {
            return ((BoolEval) ve).getBooleanValue();
        }

        if (ve instanceof StringEval) {
            if (stringsAreBlanks) {
                return null;
            }
            String str = ((StringEval) ve).getStringValue();
            if (str.equalsIgnoreCase("true")) {
                return Boolean.TRUE;
            }
            if (str.equalsIgnoreCase("false")) {
                return Boolean.FALSE;
            }
            // else - string cannot be converted to boolean
            throw new EvaluationException(ErrorEval.VALUE_INVALID);
        }

        if (ve instanceof NumericValueEval) {
            NumericValueEval ne = (NumericValueEval) ve;
            double d = ne.getNumberValue();
            if (Double.isNaN(d)) {
                throw new EvaluationException(ErrorEval.VALUE_INVALID);
            }
            return d != 0;
        }
        if (ve instanceof ErrorEval) {
            throw new EvaluationException((ErrorEval) ve);
        }
        throw new RuntimeException("Unexpected eval (" + ve.getClass().getName() + ")");
    }
}

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