Class ArrayTypeStyleCheck

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Configurable, Contextualizable

    public class ArrayTypeStyleCheck
    extends AbstractCheck

    Checks the style of array type definitions. Some like Java style: public static void main(String[] args) and some like C style: public static void main(String args[]).

    By default, the Check enforces Java style.

    This check strictly enforces only Java style for method return types regardless of the value for 'javaStyle'. For example, byte[] getData(). This is because C doesn't compile methods with array declarations on the name.

    • Property javaStyle - Control whether to enforce Java style (true) or C style (false). Type is boolean. Default value is true.

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    Violation Message Keys:

    • Field Detail

      • javaStyle

        private boolean javaStyle
        Control whether to enforce Java style (true) or C style (false).
    • Method Detail

      • getAcceptableTokens

        public int[] getAcceptableTokens()
        Description copied from class: AbstractCheck
        The configurable token set. Used to protect Checks against malicious users who specify an unacceptable token set in the configuration file. The default implementation returns the check's default tokens.
        Specified by:
        getAcceptableTokens in class AbstractCheck
        the token set this check is designed for.
        See Also:
      • setJavaStyle

        public void setJavaStyle​(boolean javaStyle)
        Setter to control whether to enforce Java style (true) or C style (false).
        javaStyle - true if Java style should be used.