Java Code Examples for com.google.zxing.common.StringUtils#guessEncoding()

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Example 1
Source Project: ScreenCapture   File: DecodedBitStreamParser.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 2
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 3
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 4
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 5
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: weex   File: DecodedBitStreamParser.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 7
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 8
Source Project: reacteu-app   File: DecodedBitStreamParser.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (count << 3 > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException uce) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 9
Source Project: MiBandDecompiled   File: m.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
private static void a(BitSource bitsource, StringBuilder stringbuilder, int i, CharacterSetECI characterseteci, Collection collection, Map map)
{
    if (i << 3 > bitsource.available())
    {
        throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
    }
    byte abyte0[] = new byte[i];
    for (int j = 0; j < i; j++)
    {
        abyte0[j] = (byte)bitsource.readBits(8);
    }

    String s;
    if (characterseteci == null)
    {
        s = StringUtils.guessEncoding(abyte0, map);
    } else
    {
        s = characterseteci.name();
    }
    try
    {
        stringbuilder.append(new String(abyte0, s));
    }
    catch (UnsupportedEncodingException unsupportedencodingexception)
    {
        throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
    }
    collection.add(abyte0);
}
 
Example 10
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits, StringBuilder result, int count,
		CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI, Collection<byte[]> byteSegments, Map<DecodeHintType, ?> hints)
		throws FormatException {
	// Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
	if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
		throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
	}

	byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
	for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
		readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
	}
	String encoding;
	if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
		// The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
		// section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
		// upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
		// Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
		// give a hint.
		encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
	} else {
		encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
	}
	try {
		result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
	} catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
		throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
	}
	byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 11
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 12
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits, StringBuilder result, int count, CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
        Collection<byte[]> byteSegments, Map<DecodeHintType, ?> hints) throws FormatException {
    // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
    if (count << 3 > bits.available()) {
        throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
    }

    byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
    for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
        readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
    }
    String encoding;
    if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
        // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
        // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
        // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
        // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
        // give a hint.
        encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
    } else {
        encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
    }
    try {
        result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
    } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException uce) {
        throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
    }
    byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 13
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits, StringBuilder result, int count, CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
        Collection<byte[]> byteSegments, Map<DecodeHintType, ?> hints) throws FormatException {
    // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
    if (count << 3 > bits.available()) {
        throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
    }

    byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
    for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
        readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
    }
    String encoding;
    if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
        // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
        // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
        // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
        // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
        // give a hint.
        encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
    } else {
        encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
    }
    try {
        result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
    } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException uce) {
        throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
    }
    byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}
 
Example 14
private static void decodeByteSegment(BitSource bits,
                                      StringBuilder result,
                                      int count,
                                      CharacterSetECI currentCharacterSetECI,
                                      Collection<byte[]> byteSegments,
                                      Map<DecodeHintType,?> hints) throws FormatException {
  // Don't crash trying to read more bits than we have available.
  if (8 * count > bits.available()) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }

  byte[] readBytes = new byte[count];
  for (int i = 0; i < count; i++) {
    readBytes[i] = (byte) bits.readBits(8);
  }
  String encoding;
  if (currentCharacterSetECI == null) {
    // The spec isn't clear on this mode; see
    // section 6.4.5: t does not say which encoding to assuming
    // upon decoding. I have seen ISO-8859-1 used as well as
    // Shift_JIS -- without anything like an ECI designator to
    // give a hint.
    encoding = StringUtils.guessEncoding(readBytes, hints);
  } else {
    encoding = currentCharacterSetECI.name();
  }
  try {
    result.append(new String(readBytes, encoding));
  } catch (UnsupportedEncodingException ignored) {
    throw FormatException.getFormatInstance();
  }
  byteSegments.add(readBytes);
}