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package org.hibernate.validator.internal.constraintvalidators;
Check that the length of an array is between min and max

Author(s):
Hardy Ferentschik
public class SizeValidatorForArray implements ConstraintValidator<SizeObject[]> {
	private static final Log log = LoggerFactory.make();
	private int min;
	private int max;
	public void initialize(Size parameters) {
		 = parameters.min();
		 = parameters.max();
	}

Checks the number of entries in an array.

Parameters:
array The array to validate.
constraintValidatorContext context in which the constraint is evaluated.
Returns:
Returns true if the array is null or the number of entries in array is between the specified min and max values (inclusive), false otherwise.
	public boolean isValid(Object[] arrayConstraintValidatorContext constraintValidatorContext) {
		if ( array == null ) {
			return true;
		}
		int length = Array.getLengtharray );
		return length >=  && length <= ;
	}
	private void validateParameters() {
		if (  < 0 ) {
		}
		if (  < 0 ) {
		}
		if (  <  ) {
		}
	}
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