ParsePosition

public class ParsePosition extends Object

ParsePosition is a simple class used by Format and its subclasses to keep track of the current position during parsing. The parseObject method in the various Format classes requires a ParsePosition object as an argument.

By design, as you parse through a string with different formats, you can use the same ParsePosition, since the index parameter records the current position.

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Public Constructor Summary

ParsePosition(int index)
Create a new ParsePosition with the given initial index.

Public Method Summary

boolean
equals(Object obj)
Overrides equals
int
getErrorIndex()
Retrieve the index at which an error occurred, or -1 if the error index has not been set.
int
getIndex()
Retrieve the current parse position.
int
hashCode()
Returns a hash code for this ParsePosition.
void
setErrorIndex(int ei)
Set the index at which a parse error occurred.
void
setIndex(int index)
Set the current parse position.
String
toString()
Return a string representation of this ParsePosition.

Inherited Method Summary