Java Code Examples for java.util.Comparator#nullsLast()

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Example 1
Source Project: crate   File: ExpressionFormatter.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Override
public String visitObjectLiteral(ObjectLiteral node, @Nullable List<Expression> parameters) {
    StringBuilder builder = new StringBuilder("{");
    boolean first = true;
    TreeMap<String, Expression> sorted = new TreeMap<>(Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder()));
    sorted.putAll(node.values());
    for (Map.Entry<String, Expression> entry : sorted.entrySet()) {
        if (!first) {
            builder.append(", ");
        } else {
            first = false;
        }
        builder.append(formatIdentifier(entry.getKey()))
            .append("= ")
            .append(entry.getValue().accept(this, parameters));

    }
    return builder.append("}").toString();
}
 
Example 2
@VisibleForTesting
static Comparator<Territory> getSingleBlockadeThenHighestToLowestBlockadeDamage(
    final Map<Territory, Tuple<Integer, List<Territory>>> damagePerBlockadeZone) {
  return Comparator.nullsLast(
      (t1, t2) -> {
        if (Objects.equals(t1, t2)) {
          return 0;
        }

        final Tuple<Integer, List<Territory>> tuple1 = damagePerBlockadeZone.get(t1);
        final Tuple<Integer, List<Territory>> tuple2 = damagePerBlockadeZone.get(t2);
        final int num1 = tuple1.getSecond().size();
        final int num2 = tuple2.getSecond().size();
        if (num1 == 1 && num2 != 1) {
          return -1;
        }
        if (num2 == 1 && num1 != 1) {
          return 1;
        }
        final int d1 = tuple1.getFirst();
        final int d2 = tuple2.getFirst();
        return Integer.compare(d2, d1);
      });
}
 
Example 3
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 4
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: jdk8u60   File: BasicTest.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 6
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 7
@Test
public void testJoinNextWithEmptyIteratorThrowsException() {
    final Iterator<String> iterator = new JoiningIterator<>(
            Stream.empty(),
            Stream.empty(),
            Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder()),
            KEYING_FUNCTION,
            KEYING_FUNCTION,
            JOIN_FUNCTION,
            JoinType.LEFT);
    thrown.expect(NoSuchElementException.class);
    iterator.next();
}
 
Example 8
@Test
public void testJoinWithError() {
    Stream<SideItem> stream1 = Stream.of(
            new SideItem(1, "1l"),
            new SideItem(2, "2l"),
            new SideItem(3, "3l"),
            new SideItem(4, "4l"),
            new SideItem(5, "5l"),
            new SideItem(6, "6l")
    );
    Iterator<SideItem> iterator = mock(Iterator.class);
    when(iterator.hasNext()).thenReturn(true);
    when(iterator.next())
            .thenReturn(new SideItem(1, "1r"))
            .thenThrow(new IllegalStateException("Holy exception batman!"))
            .thenReturn(new SideItem(5, "5r"));

    final Iterator<String> joined = new JoiningIterator<>(
            stream1,
            StreamSupport.stream(Spliterators.spliteratorUnknownSize(iterator, 0), false),
            Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder()),
            KEYING_FUNCTION,
            KEYING_FUNCTION,
            JOIN_FUNCTION,
            JoinType.LEFT);

    assertEquals(joined.next(), "1 - 1l - 1 - 1r");
    // this next call should throw
    thrown.expect(RuntimeException.class);
    joined.next();
}
 
Example 9
@Test
public void testJoinWithErrorInJoinFunction() throws Exception {
    Stream<SideItem> stream1 = Stream.of(
            new SideItem(1, "1l"),
            new SideItem(2, "2l"),
            new SideItem(3, "3l"),
            new SideItem(4, "4l"),
            new SideItem(5, "5l"),
            new SideItem(6, "6l")
    );
    Stream<SideItem> stream2 = Stream.of(
            new SideItem(1, "1r"),
            new SideItem(2, "2r"),
            new SideItem(3, "3r"),
            new SideItem(4, "4r"),
            new SideItem(5, "5r"),
            new SideItem(6, "6r")
    );

    final Iterator<String> joined = new JoiningIterator<>(
            stream1,
            stream2,
            Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder()),
            KEYING_FUNCTION,
            KEYING_FUNCTION,
            (leftSide, rightSide) -> {
                if (leftSide != null && leftSide.getNumber() == 3) {
                    throw new IllegalStateException("Holy exception batman!");
                }
                return JOIN_FUNCTION.apply(leftSide, rightSide);
            },
            JoinType.LEFT);

    assertEquals(joined.next(), "1 - 1l - 1 - 1r");
    assertEquals(joined.next(), "2 - 2l - 2 - 2r");
    // this next call should throw
    thrown.expect(RuntimeException.class);
    joined.next();
}
 
Example 10
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 11
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 12
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 13
Source Project: hottub   File: BasicTest.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 14
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 15
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 16
Source Project: tutorials   File: Java8ComparatorUnitTest.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void whenNullsLast_thenSortedByNameWithNullsLast() {
    Comparator<Employee> employeeNameComparator = Comparator.comparing(Employee::getName);
    Comparator<Employee> employeeNameComparator_nullLast = Comparator.nullsLast(employeeNameComparator);
    Arrays.sort(employeesArrayWithNulls, employeeNameComparator_nullLast);
    // System.out.println(Arrays.toString(employeesArrayWithNulls));
    assertTrue(Arrays.equals(employeesArrayWithNulls, sortedEmployeesArray_WithNullsLast));
}
 
Example 17
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 18
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<String> strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    Comparator<People> cmp = Comparator.comparing(People::getLastName, strcmp)
                                       .thenComparing(People::getFirstName, strcmp);
    // Mary.null vs Mary.Cook - solve by last name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[5], people[6]);
    // John.null vs Mary.null - solve by first name
    assertComparison(cmp, people[7], people[6]);

    // More than one thenComparing
    strcmp = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.comparingInt(String::length)
                                            .thenComparing(String.CASE_INSENSITIVE_ORDER));
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "ab", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");

    // Ensure reverse still handle null properly
    Comparator<String> strcmp2 = strcmp.reversed().thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp2, null, "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "abc", "ab");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "def", "abc");
    assertComparison(strcmp2, "ABC", "abc");

    // Considering non-null values to be equal
    Comparator<String> blind = Comparator.nullsLast(null);
    assertComparison(blind, "abc", null);
    assertEquals(0, blind.compare("abc", "def"));
    // reverse still consider non-null values to be equal
    strcmp = blind.reversed();
    assertComparison(strcmp, null, "abc");
    assertEquals(0, strcmp.compare("abc", "def"));
    // chain with another comparator to compare non-nulls
    strcmp = blind.thenComparing(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", null);
    assertComparison(strcmp, "abc", "def");
}
 
Example 19
Source Project: j2objc   File: ComparatorTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
public void testNullsLast() {
    Comparator<Item> comparator = Comparator.nullsLast(Comparator.naturalOrder());
    checkComparison(comparator, nullsLastItems);
}
 
Example 20
/**
 * Creates new PriorityBlockingQueue for runnables. Uses the {@link MCRRunnableComperator}
 * for comparision.
 *
 * @return a new priority blocking queue
 */
public static PriorityBlockingQueue<Runnable> newPriorityBlockingQueue() {
    int initialCapacity = 11; //taken from java.util.concurrent.PriorityBlockingQueue.DEFAULT_INITIAL_CAPACITY
    return new PriorityBlockingQueue<>(initialCapacity, Comparator.nullsLast(new MCRRunnableComperator()));
}