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.

JAR File Size and Download Location:

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/formula/functions/DateFunc.java

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

import java.util.Calendar;

import org.apache.poi.ss.formula.eval.ErrorEval;
import org.apache.poi.ss.formula.eval.EvaluationException;
import org.apache.poi.ss.formula.eval.NumberEval;
import org.apache.poi.ss.formula.eval.ValueEval;
import org.apache.poi.ss.usermodel.DateUtil;
import org.apache.poi.util.LocaleUtil;


/**
 * Implementation for the Excel function DATE
 */
public final class DateFunc extends Fixed3ArgFunction {
    public static final Function instance = new DateFunc();

    private DateFunc() {
        // no fields to initialise
    }
    public ValueEval evaluate(int srcRowIndex, int srcColumnIndex, ValueEval arg0, ValueEval arg1,
            ValueEval arg2) {
        double result;
        try {
            double d0 = NumericFunction.singleOperandEvaluate(arg0, srcRowIndex, srcColumnIndex);
            double d1 = NumericFunction.singleOperandEvaluate(arg1, srcRowIndex, srcColumnIndex);
            double d2 = NumericFunction.singleOperandEvaluate(arg2, srcRowIndex, srcColumnIndex);
            result = evaluate(getYear(d0), (int) (d1 - 1), (int) d2);
            NumericFunction.checkValue(result);
        } catch (EvaluationException e) {
            return e.getErrorEval();
        }
        return new NumberEval(result);
    }

    /**
     * Note - works with Java Calendar months, not Excel months
     */
    private static double evaluate(int year, int month, int pDay) throws EvaluationException {
       // We don't support negative years yet
        if (year < 0) {
            throw new EvaluationException(ErrorEval.VALUE_INVALID);
        }
        // Negative months are fairly easy
        while (month < 0) {
           year--;
           month += 12;
        }
        // Negative days are handled by the Java Calendar
        
        // Excel has bugs around leap years in 1900, handle them
        // Special case for the non-existant 1900 leap year
        if (year == 1900 && month == Calendar.FEBRUARY && pDay == 29) {
            return 60.0;
        }

        // If they give a date in 1900 in Jan/Feb, with the days
        //  putting it past the leap year, adjust
        int day = pDay;
        if (year == 1900) {
            if ((month == Calendar.JANUARY && day >= 60) ||
                    (month == Calendar.FEBRUARY && day >= 30)) {
                day--;
            }
        }

        // Turn this into a Java date
        Calendar c = LocaleUtil.getLocaleCalendar(year, month, day);
        
        // Handle negative days of the week, that pull us across
        //  the 29th of Feb 1900
        if (pDay < 0 && c.get(Calendar.YEAR) == 1900 &&
              month > Calendar.FEBRUARY && 
              c.get(Calendar.MONTH) < Calendar.MARCH) {
           c.add(Calendar.DATE, 1);
        }

        // TODO Identify if we're doing 1900 or 1904 date windowing
        boolean use1904windowing = false;
        
        // Have this Java date turned back into an Excel one
        return DateUtil.getExcelDate(c.getTime(), use1904windowing);
    }

    private static int getYear(double d) {
        int year = (int)d;

        if (year < 0) {
            return -1;
        }

        return year < 1900 ? 1900 + year : year;
    }
}

org/apache/poi/ss/formula/functions/DateFunc.java

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File name: poi-5.2.3-src.zip
File size: 2479830 bytes
Release date: 2022-09-09
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