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 package org.apache.poi.hslf.record;
 
 
A CString (type 4026). Holds a unicode string, and the first two bytes of the record header normally encode the count. Typically attached to some complex sequence of records, eg Commetns.

Author(s):
Nick Burch
 
 
 public final class CString extends RecordAtom {
 	private byte[] _header;
 	private static long _type = 4026l;

The bytes that make up the text
 
 	private byte[] _text;

Grabs the text. Never null
 
 	public String getText() {
 		return StringUtil.getFromUnicodeLE();
 	}

Updates the text in the Atom.
 
 	public void setText(String text) {
 		// Convert to little endian unicode
 		 = new byte[text.length()*2];
 		StringUtil.putUnicodeLE(text,,0);
 
 		// Update the size (header bytes 5-8)
 		LittleEndian.putInt(,4,.);
 	}

Grabs the count, from the first two bytes of the header. The meaning of the count is specific to the type of the parent record
 
 	public int getOptions() {
 		return LittleEndian.getShort();
 	}

Sets the count The meaning of the count is specific to the type of the parent record
 
 	public void setOptions(int count) {
 		LittleEndian.putShort(, (short)count);
 	}
 
 	/* *************** record code follows ********************** */

For the CStrubg Atom
 
 	protected CString(byte[] sourceint startint len) {
 		// Sanity Checking
 		if(len < 8) { len = 8; }
 
 		// Get the header
 		 = new byte[8];
 		System.arraycopy(source,start,,0,8);
 
 		// Grab the text
 		 = new byte[len-8];
 		System.arraycopy(source,start+8,,0,len-8);
 	}
Create an empty CString
 
 	public CString() {
 		// 0 length header
 		 = new byte[] {  0, 0, 0xBA-256, 0x0f, 0, 0, 0, 0 };
 		// Empty text
 		 = new byte[0];
 	}

We are of type 4026
	public long getRecordType() { return ; }

Write the contents of the record back, so it can be written to disk
	public void writeOut(OutputStream outthrows IOException {
		// Header - size or type unchanged
		// Write out our text
	}

    
Gets a string representation of this object, primarily for debugging.

Returns:
a string representation of this object.
    public String toString() {
        return getText();
    }
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