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java/text/Bidi.java

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package java.text;

import sun.text.bidi.BidiBase;

/**
 * This class implements the Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm.
 * <p>
 * A Bidi object provides information on the bidirectional reordering of the text
 * used to create it.  This is required, for example, to properly display Arabic
 * or Hebrew text.  These languages are inherently mixed directional, as they order
 * numbers from left-to-right while ordering most other text from right-to-left.
 * <p>
 * Once created, a Bidi object can be queried to see if the text it represents is
 * all left-to-right or all right-to-left.  Such objects are very lightweight and
 * this text is relatively easy to process.
 * <p>
 * If there are multiple runs of text, information about the runs can be accessed
 * by indexing to get the start, limit, and level of a run.  The level represents
 * both the direction and the 'nesting level' of a directional run.  Odd levels
 * are right-to-left, while even levels are left-to-right.  So for example level
 * 0 represents left-to-right text, while level 1 represents right-to-left text, and
 * level 2 represents left-to-right text embedded in a right-to-left run.
 *
 * @since 1.4
 */
public final class Bidi {

    /** Constant indicating base direction is left-to-right. */
    public static final int DIRECTION_LEFT_TO_RIGHT = 0;

    /** Constant indicating base direction is right-to-left. */
    public static final int DIRECTION_RIGHT_TO_LEFT = 1;

    /**
     * Constant indicating that the base direction depends on the first strong
     * directional character in the text according to the Unicode
     * Bidirectional Algorithm.  If no strong directional character is present,
     * the base direction is left-to-right.
     */
    public static final int DIRECTION_DEFAULT_LEFT_TO_RIGHT = -2;

    /**
     * Constant indicating that the base direction depends on the first strong
     * directional character in the text according to the Unicode
     * Bidirectional Algorithm.  If no strong directional character is present,
     * the base direction is right-to-left.
     */
    public static final int DIRECTION_DEFAULT_RIGHT_TO_LEFT = -1;

    private BidiBase bidiBase;

    /**
     * Create Bidi from the given paragraph of text and base direction.
     * @param paragraph a paragraph of text
     * @param flags a collection of flags that control the algorithm.  The
     * algorithm understands the flags DIRECTION_LEFT_TO_RIGHT, DIRECTION_RIGHT_TO_LEFT,
     * DIRECTION_DEFAULT_LEFT_TO_RIGHT, and DIRECTION_DEFAULT_RIGHT_TO_LEFT.
     * Other values are reserved.
     */
    public Bidi(String paragraph, int flags) {
        if (paragraph == null) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("paragraph is null");
        }

        bidiBase = new BidiBase(paragraph.toCharArray(), 0, null, 0, paragraph.length(), flags);
    }

    /**
     * Create Bidi from the given paragraph of text.
     * <p>
     * The RUN_DIRECTION attribute in the text, if present, determines the base
     * direction (left-to-right or right-to-left).  If not present, the base
     * direction is computes using the Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm, defaulting to left-to-right
     * if there are no strong directional characters in the text.  This attribute, if
     * present, must be applied to all the text in the paragraph.
     * <p>
     * The BIDI_EMBEDDING attribute in the text, if present, represents embedding level
     * information.  Negative values from -1 to -62 indicate overrides at the absolute value
     * of the level.  Positive values from 1 to 62 indicate embeddings.  Where values are
     * zero or not defined, the base embedding level as determined by the base direction
     * is assumed.
     * <p>
     * The NUMERIC_SHAPING attribute in the text, if present, converts European digits to
     * other decimal digits before running the bidi algorithm.  This attribute, if present,
     * must be applied to all the text in the paragraph.
     *
     * @param paragraph a paragraph of text with optional character and paragraph attribute information
     *
     * @see java.awt.font.TextAttribute#BIDI_EMBEDDING
     * @see java.awt.font.TextAttribute#NUMERIC_SHAPING
     * @see java.awt.font.TextAttribute#RUN_DIRECTION
     */
    public Bidi(AttributedCharacterIterator paragraph) {
        if (paragraph == null) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("paragraph is null");
        }

        bidiBase = new BidiBase(0, 0);
        bidiBase.setPara(paragraph);
    }

    /**
     * Create Bidi from the given text, embedding, and direction information.
     * The embeddings array may be null.  If present, the values represent embedding level
     * information.  Negative values from -1 to -61 indicate overrides at the absolute value
     * of the level.  Positive values from 1 to 61 indicate embeddings.  Where values are
     * zero, the base embedding level as determined by the base direction is assumed.
     * @param text an array containing the paragraph of text to process.
     * @param textStart the index into the text array of the start of the paragraph.
     * @param embeddings an array containing embedding values for each character in the paragraph.
     * This can be null, in which case it is assumed that there is no external embedding information.
     * @param embStart the index into the embedding array of the start of the paragraph.
     * @param paragraphLength the length of the paragraph in the text and embeddings arrays.
     * @param flags a collection of flags that control the algorithm.  The
     * algorithm understands the flags DIRECTION_LEFT_TO_RIGHT, DIRECTION_RIGHT_TO_LEFT,
     * DIRECTION_DEFAULT_LEFT_TO_RIGHT, and DIRECTION_DEFAULT_RIGHT_TO_LEFT.
     * Other values are reserved.
     */
    public Bidi(char[] text, int textStart, byte[] embeddings, int embStart, int paragraphLength, int flags) {
        if (text == null) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("text is null");
        }
        if (paragraphLength < 0) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("bad length: " + paragraphLength);
        }
        if (textStart < 0 || paragraphLength > text.length - textStart) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("bad range: " + textStart +
                                               " length: " + paragraphLength +
                                               " for text of length: " + text.length);
        }
        if (embeddings != null && (embStart < 0 || paragraphLength > embeddings.length - embStart)) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("bad range: " + embStart +
                                               " length: " + paragraphLength +
                                               " for embeddings of length: " + text.length);
        }

        bidiBase = new BidiBase(text, textStart, embeddings, embStart, paragraphLength, flags);
    }

    /**
     * Create a Bidi object representing the bidi information on a line of text within
     * the paragraph represented by the current Bidi.  This call is not required if the
     * entire paragraph fits on one line.
     *
     * @param lineStart the offset from the start of the paragraph to the start of the line.
     * @param lineLimit the offset from the start of the paragraph to the limit of the line.
     * @return a {@code Bidi} object
     */
    public Bidi createLineBidi(int lineStart, int lineLimit) {
        AttributedString astr = new AttributedString("");
        Bidi newBidi = new Bidi(astr.getIterator());

        return bidiBase.setLine(this, bidiBase, newBidi, newBidi.bidiBase, lineStart, lineLimit);
    }

    /**
     * Return true if the line is not left-to-right or right-to-left.  This means it either has mixed runs of left-to-right
     * and right-to-left text, or the base direction differs from the direction of the only run of text.
     *
     * @return true if the line is not left-to-right or right-to-left.
     */
    public boolean isMixed() {
        return bidiBase.isMixed();
    }

    /**
     * Return true if the line is all left-to-right text and the base direction is left-to-right.
     *
     * @return true if the line is all left-to-right text and the base direction is left-to-right
     */
    public boolean isLeftToRight() {
        return bidiBase.isLeftToRight();
    }

    /**
     * Return true if the line is all right-to-left text, and the base direction is right-to-left.
     * @return true if the line is all right-to-left text, and the base direction is right-to-left
     */
    public boolean isRightToLeft() {
        return bidiBase.isRightToLeft();
    }

    /**
     * Return the length of text in the line.
     * @return the length of text in the line
     */
    public int getLength() {
        return bidiBase.getLength();
    }

    /**
     * Return true if the base direction is left-to-right.
     * @return true if the base direction is left-to-right
     */
    public boolean baseIsLeftToRight() {
        return bidiBase.baseIsLeftToRight();
    }

    /**
     * Return the base level (0 if left-to-right, 1 if right-to-left).
     * @return the base level
     */
    public int getBaseLevel() {
        return bidiBase.getParaLevel();
    }

    /**
     * Return the resolved level of the character at offset.  If offset is
     * {@literal <} 0 or &ge; the length of the line, return the base direction
     * level.
     *
     * @param offset the index of the character for which to return the level
     * @return the resolved level of the character at offset
     */
    public int getLevelAt(int offset) {
        return bidiBase.getLevelAt(offset);
    }

    /**
     * Return the number of level runs.
     * @return the number of level runs
     */
    public int getRunCount() {
        return bidiBase.countRuns();
    }

    /**
     * Return the level of the nth logical run in this line.
     * @param run the index of the run, between 0 and <code>getRunCount()</code>
     * @return the level of the run
     */
    public int getRunLevel(int run) {
        return bidiBase.getRunLevel(run);
    }

    /**
     * Return the index of the character at the start of the nth logical run in this line, as
     * an offset from the start of the line.
     * @param run the index of the run, between 0 and <code>getRunCount()</code>
     * @return the start of the run
     */
    public int getRunStart(int run) {
        return bidiBase.getRunStart(run);
    }

    /**
     * Return the index of the character past the end of the nth logical run in this line, as
     * an offset from the start of the line.  For example, this will return the length
     * of the line for the last run on the line.
     * @param run the index of the run, between 0 and <code>getRunCount()</code>
     * @return limit the limit of the run
     */
    public int getRunLimit(int run) {
        return bidiBase.getRunLimit(run);
    }

    /**
     * Return true if the specified text requires bidi analysis.  If this returns false,
     * the text will display left-to-right.  Clients can then avoid constructing a Bidi object.
     * Text in the Arabic Presentation Forms area of Unicode is presumed to already be shaped
     * and ordered for display, and so will not cause this function to return true.
     *
     * @param text the text containing the characters to test
     * @param start the start of the range of characters to test
     * @param limit the limit of the range of characters to test
     * @return true if the range of characters requires bidi analysis
     */
    public static boolean requiresBidi(char[] text, int start, int limit) {
        return BidiBase.requiresBidi(text, start, limit);
    }

    /**
     * Reorder the objects in the array into visual order based on their levels.
     * This is a utility function to use when you have a collection of objects
     * representing runs of text in logical order, each run containing text
     * at a single level.  The elements at <code>index</code> from
     * <code>objectStart</code> up to <code>objectStart + count</code>
     * in the objects array will be reordered into visual order assuming
     * each run of text has the level indicated by the corresponding element
     * in the levels array (at <code>index - objectStart + levelStart</code>).
     *
     * @param levels an array representing the bidi level of each object
     * @param levelStart the start position in the levels array
     * @param objects the array of objects to be reordered into visual order
     * @param objectStart the start position in the objects array
     * @param count the number of objects to reorder
     */
    public static void reorderVisually(byte[] levels, int levelStart, Object[] objects, int objectStart, int count) {
        BidiBase.reorderVisually(levels, levelStart, objects, objectStart, count);
    }

    /**
     * Display the bidi internal state, used in debugging.
     */
    public String toString() {
        return bidiBase.toString();
    }

}

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