JDK 11 jdk.httpserver.jmod - HTTP Server Module

JDK 11 jdk.httpserver.jmod is the JMOD file for JDK 11 HTTP Server module.

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com/sun/net/httpserver/Headers.java

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package com.sun.net.httpserver;

import java.util.*;

/**
 * HTTP request and response headers are represented by this class which implements
 * the interface
 * {@link java.util.Map}{@literal <}{@link java.lang.String}, {@link java.util.List}
 * {@literal <}{@link java.lang.String}{@literal >>}.
 * The keys are case-insensitive Strings representing the header names and
 * the value associated with each key is
 * a {@link List}{@literal <}{@link String}{@literal >} with one
 * element for each occurrence of the header name in the request or response.
 * <p>
 * For example, if a response header instance contains
 * one key "HeaderName" with two values "value1 and value2"
 * then this object is output as two header lines:
 * <blockquote><pre>
 * HeaderName: value1
 * HeaderName: value2
 * </pre></blockquote>
 * <p>
 * All the normal {@link java.util.Map} methods are provided, but the following
 * additional convenience methods are most likely to be used:
 * <ul>
 * <li>{@link #getFirst(String)} returns a single valued header or the first value of
 * a multi-valued header.</li>
 * <li>{@link #add(String,String)} adds the given header value to the list for the given key</li>
 * <li>{@link #set(String,String)} sets the given header field to the single value given
 * overwriting any existing values in the value list.
 * </ul><p>
 * All methods in this class accept <code>null</code> values for keys and values. However, null
 * keys will never will be present in HTTP request headers, and will not be output/sent in response headers.
 * Null values can be represented as either a null entry for the key (i.e. the list is null) or
 * where the key has a list, but one (or more) of the list's values is null. Null values are output
 * as a header line containing the key but no associated value.
 * @since 1.6
 */
public class Headers implements Map<String,List<String>> {

        HashMap<String,List<String>> map;

        public Headers () {map = new HashMap<String,List<String>>(32);}

        /* Normalize the key by converting to following form.
         * First char upper case, rest lower case.
         * key is presumed to be ASCII
         */
        private String normalize (String key) {
            if (key == null) {
                return null;
            }
            int len = key.length();
            if (len == 0) {
                return key;
            }
            char[] b = key.toCharArray();
            if (b[0] >= 'a' && b[0] <= 'z') {
                b[0] = (char)(b[0] - ('a' - 'A'));
            }
            for (int i=1; i<len; i++) {
                if (b[i] >= 'A' && b[i] <= 'Z') {
                    b[i] = (char) (b[i] + ('a' - 'A'));
                }
            }
            return new String(b);
        }

        public int size() {return map.size();}

        public boolean isEmpty() {return map.isEmpty();}

        public boolean containsKey(Object key) {
            if (key == null) {
                return false;
            }
            if (!(key instanceof String)) {
                return false;
            }
            return map.containsKey (normalize((String)key));
        }

        public boolean containsValue(Object value) {
            return map.containsValue(value);
        }

        public List<String> get(Object key) {
            return map.get(normalize((String)key));
        }

        /**
         * returns the first value from the List of String values
         * for the given key (if at least one exists).
         * @param key the key to search for
         * @return the first string value associated with the key
         */
        public String getFirst (String key) {
            List<String> l = map.get(normalize(key));
            if (l == null) {
                return null;
            }
            return l.get(0);
        }

        public List<String> put(String key, List<String> value) {
            return map.put (normalize(key), value);
        }

        /**
         * adds the given value to the list of headers
         * for the given key. If the mapping does not
         * already exist, then it is created
         * @param key the header name
         * @param value the header value to add to the header
         */
        public void add (String key, String value) {
            String k = normalize(key);
            List<String> l = map.get(k);
            if (l == null) {
                l = new LinkedList<String>();
                map.put(k,l);
            }
            l.add (value);
        }

        /**
         * sets the given value as the sole header value
         * for the given key. If the mapping does not
         * already exist, then it is created
         * @param key the header name
         * @param value the header value to set.
         */
        public void set (String key, String value) {
            LinkedList<String> l = new LinkedList<String>();
            l.add (value);
            put (key, l);
        }


        public List<String> remove(Object key) {
            return map.remove(normalize((String)key));
        }

        public void putAll(Map<? extends String,? extends List<String>> t)  {
            map.putAll (t);
        }

        public void clear() {map.clear();}

        public Set<String> keySet() {return map.keySet();}

        public Collection<List<String>> values() {return map.values();}

        public Set<Map.Entry<String, List<String>>> entrySet() {
            return map.entrySet();
        }

        public boolean equals(Object o) {return map.equals(o);}

        public int hashCode() {return map.hashCode();}
    }

com/sun/net/httpserver/Headers.java

 

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