Interface for components that can decode text.
Interface for components that can encode text.
The interface defining a token, which references the characters in the actual input character stream.
A factory for Token objects, used by a
An encoder useful for converting text to be used within a filename on common file systems and operating systems, including Linux, OS X, and Windows XP.
Transforms words to singular, plural, humanized (human readable), underscore, camel case, or ordinal form.
Encoder that escapes characters that are not allowed in JCR names.
An encoder implementation that does nothing.
A class that represents the position of a particular character in terms of the lines and columns of a character sequence.
A text encoder that performs a secure hash of the input text and returns that hash as the encoded text.
A foundation for basic parsers that tokenizes input content and allows parsers to easily access and use those tokens.
An implementation of
An encoder useful for converting text to be used within a URL, as defined by Section 2.3 of RFC 2396.
An encoder useful for converting text to be used within XML attribute values.
An exception representing a problem during parsing of text.
Inflectorclass that transforms (English) works into singular, plural, and human-readable forms, and is capable of transforming between camel-case, whitespace-delimited, or underscore-delimited forms. There is also components that can
decodetext. Finally, this package defines a simple framework for
tokenizing text(e.g., from files or stream) making it very easy to create very straightforward parsers.
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