public class JJavaName
- extends Object
Utility methods that convert arbitrary strings into Java identifiers.
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object|
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public static boolean isJavaIdentifier(String s)
- Checks if a given string is usable as a Java identifier.
public static boolean isFullyQualifiedClassName(String s)
- Checks if the given string is a valid fully qualified name.
public static boolean isJavaPackageName(String s)
- Checks if the given string is a valid Java package name.
public static String getPluralForm(String word)
- Experimental API: converts an English word into a plural form.
word - a word, such as "child", "apple". Must not be null. It accepts word concatanation forms that are common in programming languages, such as "my_child", "MyChild", "myChild", "MY-CHILD", "CODE003-child", etc, and mostly tries to do the right thing. ("my_children","MyChildren","myChildren", and "MY-CHILDREN", "CODE003-children" respectively)
Although this method only works for English words, it handles non-English words gracefully (by just returning it as-is.) For example, 日本語 will be returned as-is without modified, not "日本語s"
This method doesn't handle suffixes very well. For example, passing "person56" will return "person56s", not "people56".
- always non-null.
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