Java Code Examples for org.springframework.expression.spel.SpelMessage#BETWEEN_RIGHT_OPERAND_MUST_BE_TWO_ELEMENT_LIST

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Example 1
Source Project: spring-analysis-note   File: OperatorBetween.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns a boolean based on whether a value is in the range expressed. The first
 * operand is any value whilst the second is a list of two values - those two values
 * being the bounds allowed for the first operand (inclusive).
 * @param state the expression state
 * @return true if the left operand is in the range specified, false otherwise
 * @throws EvaluationException if there is a problem evaluating the expression
 */
@Override
public BooleanTypedValue getValueInternal(ExpressionState state) throws EvaluationException {
	Object left = getLeftOperand().getValueInternal(state).getValue();
	Object right = getRightOperand().getValueInternal(state).getValue();
	if (!(right instanceof List) || ((List<?>) right).size() != 2) {
		throw new SpelEvaluationException(getRightOperand().getStartPosition(),
				SpelMessage.BETWEEN_RIGHT_OPERAND_MUST_BE_TWO_ELEMENT_LIST);
	}

	List<?> list = (List<?>) right;
	Object low = list.get(0);
	Object high = list.get(1);
	TypeComparator comp = state.getTypeComparator();
	try {
		return BooleanTypedValue.forValue(comp.compare(left, low) >= 0 && comp.compare(left, high) <= 0);
	}
	catch (SpelEvaluationException ex) {
		ex.setPosition(getStartPosition());
		throw ex;
	}
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: java-technology-stack   File: OperatorBetween.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Returns a boolean based on whether a value is in the range expressed. The first
 * operand is any value whilst the second is a list of two values - those two values
 * being the bounds allowed for the first operand (inclusive).
 * @param state the expression state
 * @return true if the left operand is in the range specified, false otherwise
 * @throws EvaluationException if there is a problem evaluating the expression
 */
@Override
public BooleanTypedValue getValueInternal(ExpressionState state) throws EvaluationException {
	Object left = getLeftOperand().getValueInternal(state).getValue();
	Object right = getRightOperand().getValueInternal(state).getValue();
	if (!(right instanceof List) || ((List<?>) right).size() != 2) {
		throw new SpelEvaluationException(getRightOperand().getStartPosition(),
				SpelMessage.BETWEEN_RIGHT_OPERAND_MUST_BE_TWO_ELEMENT_LIST);
	}

	List<?> list = (List<?>) right;
	Object low = list.get(0);
	Object high = list.get(1);
	TypeComparator comp = state.getTypeComparator();
	try {
		return BooleanTypedValue.forValue(comp.compare(left, low) >= 0 && comp.compare(left, high) <= 0);
	}
	catch (SpelEvaluationException ex) {
		ex.setPosition(getStartPosition());
		throw ex;
	}
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Returns a boolean based on whether a value is in the range expressed. The first
 * operand is any value whilst the second is a list of two values - those two values
 * being the bounds allowed for the first operand (inclusive).
 * @param state the expression state
 * @return true if the left operand is in the range specified, false otherwise
 * @throws EvaluationException if there is a problem evaluating the expression
 */
@Override
public BooleanTypedValue getValueInternal(ExpressionState state) throws EvaluationException {
	Object left = getLeftOperand().getValueInternal(state).getValue();
	Object right = getRightOperand().getValueInternal(state).getValue();
	if (!(right instanceof List) || ((List<?>) right).size() != 2) {
		throw new SpelEvaluationException(getRightOperand().getStartPosition(),
				SpelMessage.BETWEEN_RIGHT_OPERAND_MUST_BE_TWO_ELEMENT_LIST);
	}

	List<?> list = (List<?>) right;
	Object low = list.get(0);
	Object high = list.get(1);
	TypeComparator comp = state.getTypeComparator();
	try {
		return BooleanTypedValue.forValue(comp.compare(left, low) >= 0 && comp.compare(left, high) <= 0);
	}
	catch (SpelEvaluationException ex) {
		ex.setPosition(getStartPosition());
		throw ex;
	}
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Returns a boolean based on whether a value is in the range expressed. The first
 * operand is any value whilst the second is a list of two values - those two values
 * being the bounds allowed for the first operand (inclusive).
 * @param state the expression state
 * @return true if the left operand is in the range specified, false otherwise
 * @throws EvaluationException if there is a problem evaluating the expression
 */
@Override
public BooleanTypedValue getValueInternal(ExpressionState state) throws EvaluationException {
	Object left = getLeftOperand().getValueInternal(state).getValue();
	Object right = getRightOperand().getValueInternal(state).getValue();
	if (!(right instanceof List) || ((List<?>) right).size() != 2) {
		throw new SpelEvaluationException(getRightOperand().getStartPosition(),
				SpelMessage.BETWEEN_RIGHT_OPERAND_MUST_BE_TWO_ELEMENT_LIST);
	}

	List<?> list = (List<?>) right;
	Object low = list.get(0);
	Object high = list.get(1);
	TypeComparator comp = state.getTypeComparator();
	try {
		return BooleanTypedValue.forValue(comp.compare(left, low) >= 0 && comp.compare(left, high) <= 0);
	}
	catch (SpelEvaluationException ex) {
		ex.setPosition(getStartPosition());
		throw ex;
	}
}