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  package org.json;
  
  /*
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 copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
 furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
 
 The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all
 copies or substantial portions of the Software.
 
 The Software shall be used for Good, not Evil.
 
 THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
 IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
 FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
 AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
 LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
 OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
 SOFTWARE.
 */

The XMLTokener extends the JSONTokener to provide additional methods for the parsing of XML texts.

Author(s):
JSON.org
Version:
2
 
 public class XMLTokener extends JSONTokener {


   
The table of entity values. It initially contains Character values for amp, apos, gt, lt, quot.
 
    public static final java.util.HashMap entity;
 
    static {
         = new java.util.HashMap(8);
        .put("amp",  .);
        .put("apos".);
        .put("gt",   .);
        .put("lt",   .);
        .put("quot".);
    }

    
Construct an XMLTokener from a string.

Parameters:
s A source string.
 
     public XMLTokener(String s) {
         super(s);
     }

    
Get the text in the CDATA block.

Returns:
The string up to the ]]>.
Throws:
JSONException If the ]]> is not found.
 
     public String nextCDATA() throws JSONException {
         char         c;
         int          i;
         StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
         for (;;) {
             c = next();
             if (c == 0) {
                 throw syntaxError("Unclosed CDATA");
             }
             sb.append(c);
             i = sb.length() - 3;
             if (i >= 0 && sb.charAt(i) == ']' &&
                           sb.charAt(i + 1) == ']' && sb.charAt(i + 2) == '>') {
                 sb.setLength(i);
                 return sb.toString();
             }
         }
     }


    
Get the next XML outer token, trimming whitespace. There are two kinds of tokens: the '<' character which begins a markup tag, and the content text between markup tags.

Returns:
A string, or a '<' Character, or null if there is no more source text.
Throws:
JSONException
 
     public Object nextContent() throws JSONException {
         char         c;
         StringBuffer sb;
         do {
             c = next();
         } while (Character.isWhitespace(c));
         if (c == 0) {
             return null;
        }
        if (c == '<') {
            return .;
        }
        sb = new StringBuffer();
        for (;;) {
            if (c == '<' || c == 0) {
                back();
                return sb.toString().trim();
            }
            if (c == '&') {
                sb.append(nextEntity(c));
            } else {
                sb.append(c);
            }
            c = next();
        }
    }


    
Return the next entity. These entities are translated to Characters: & ' > < ".

Parameters:
a An ampersand character.
Returns:
A Character or an entity String if the entity is not recognized.
Throws:
JSONException If missing ';' in XML entity.
    public Object nextEntity(char athrows JSONException {
        StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer();
        for (;;) {
            char c = next();
            if (Character.isLetterOrDigit(c) || c == '#') {
                sb.append(Character.toLowerCase(c));
            } else if (c == ';') {
                break;
            } else {
                throw syntaxError("Missing ';' in XML entity: &" + sb);
            }
        }
        String s = sb.toString();
        Object e = .get(s);
        return e != null ? e : a + s + ";";
    }


    
Returns the next XML meta token. This is used for skipping over <!...> and <?...?> structures.

Returns:
Syntax characters (< > / = ! ?) are returned as Character, and strings and names are returned as Boolean. We don't care what the values actually are.
Throws:
JSONException If a string is not properly closed or if the XML is badly structured.
    public Object nextMeta() throws JSONException {
        char c;
        char q;
        do {
            c = next();
        } while (Character.isWhitespace(c));
        switch (c) {
        case 0:
            throw syntaxError("Misshaped meta tag");
        case '<':
            return .;
        case '>':
            return .;
        case '/':
            return .;
        case '=':
            return .;
        case '!':
            return .;
        case '?':
            return .;
        case '"':
        case '\'':
            q = c;
            for (;;) {
                c = next();
                if (c == 0) {
                    throw syntaxError("Unterminated string");
                }
                if (c == q) {
                    return .;
                }
            }
        default:
            for (;;) {
                c = next();
                if (Character.isWhitespace(c)) {
                    return .;
                }
                switch (c) {
                case 0:
                case '<':
                case '>':
                case '/':
                case '=':
                case '!':
                case '?':
                case '"':
                case '\'':
                    back();
                    return .;
                }
            }
        }
    }


    
Get the next XML Token. These tokens are found inside of angle brackets. It may be one of these characters: / > = ! ? or it may be a string wrapped in single quotes or double quotes, or it may be a name.

Returns:
a String or a Character.
Throws:
JSONException If the XML is not well formed.
    public Object nextToken() throws JSONException {
        char c;
        char q;
        StringBuffer sb;
        do {
            c = next();
        } while (Character.isWhitespace(c));
        switch (c) {
        case 0:
            throw syntaxError("Misshaped element");
        case '<':
            throw syntaxError("Misplaced '<'");
        case '>':
            return .;
        case '/':
            return .;
        case '=':
            return .;
        case '!':
            return .;
        case '?':
            return .;
// Quoted string
        case '"':
        case '\'':
            q = c;
            sb = new StringBuffer();
            for (;;) {
                c = next();
                if (c == 0) {
                    throw syntaxError("Unterminated string");
                }
                if (c == q) {
                    return sb.toString();
                }
                if (c == '&') {
                    sb.append(nextEntity(c));
                } else {
                    sb.append(c);
                }
            }
        default:
// Name
            sb = new StringBuffer();
            for (;;) {
                sb.append(c);
                c = next();
                if (Character.isWhitespace(c)) {
                    return sb.toString();
                }
                switch (c) {
                case 0:
                	return sb.toString();
                case '>':
                case '/':
                case '=':
                case '!':
                case '?':
                case '[':
                case ']':
                    back();
                    return sb.toString();
                case '<':
                case '"':
                case '\'':
                    throw syntaxError("Bad character in a name");
                }
            }
        }
    }
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