public class Range extends Object
Modifier and Type  Field and Description 

static Range 
BYTE_EVERYTHING
A range containing all possible 8bit values.

static Range 
CHAR_EVERYTHING
A range containing all possible char values.

static Range 
EVERYTHING
A range containing all possible 64bit values.

long 
from
The lower bound of the interval, inclusive.

static boolean 
ignoreOverflow
Should ranges take overflow into account or ignore it?
If
ignoreOverflow is true, then operations that would result in more than the
max value are clipped to the max value (and similarly for the min). 
static Range 
INT_EVERYTHING
A range containing all possible 32bit values.

static Range 
NOTHING
The empty range.

static Range 
SHORT_EVERYTHING
A range containing all possible 16bit values.

long 
to
The upper bound of the interval, inclusive.

Constructor and Description 

Range(long from,
long to)
Constructs a range with its bounds specified by two parameters,
from and to . 
Modifier and Type  Method and Description 

Range 
bitwiseAnd(Range right)
Returns a range that includes all possible values resulting from performing the bitwise and
operation on a value in this range by a mask in the specified range.

Range 
bitwiseComplement()
Returns the range of a variable that falls within this range after applying the bitwise
complement operation.

Range 
bitwiseOr(Range right)
We give up the analysis for bitwise OR operation.

Range 
bitwiseXor(Range right)
We give up the analysis for bitwise XOR operation.

Range 
byteRange()
Converts a this range to a 8bit byte range.

Range 
charRange()
Converts this range to a char range.

boolean 
contains(long element)
Returns true if the element is contained in this range.

boolean 
contains(Range other)
Returns true if the element is contained in this range.

Range 
divide(Range right)
Returns the smallest range that includes all possible values resulting from dividing (integer
division) an arbitrary value in this range by an arbitrary value in the specified range.

boolean 
equals(Object obj) 
int 
hashCode() 
Range 
intersect(Range right)
Returns the smallest range that includes all values contained in both of the two ranges.

Range 
intRange()
Converts this range to a 32bit integral range.

boolean 
isByteEverything()
Return true if this range contains every
byte value. 
boolean 
isCharEverything()
Return true if this range contains every
char value. 
boolean 
isConstant()
Determines if this range represents a constant value.

boolean 
isIntEverything()
Return true if this range contains every
int value. 
boolean 
isLongEverything()
Return true if this range contains every
long value. 
boolean 
isNothing()
Return true if this range contains no values.

boolean 
isShortEverything()
Return true if this range contains every
short value. 
boolean 
isWiderThan(long value)
Determines if the range is wider than a given value, i.e., if the number of possible values
enclosed by this range is more than the given value.

boolean 
isWithin(long lb,
long ub)
Determines if this range is completely contained in the range specified by the given lower
bound and upper bound.

Range 
minus(Range right)
Returns the smallest range that includes all possible values resulting from subtracting an
arbitrary value in the specified range from an arbitrary value in this range.

Range 
plus(Range right)
Returns the smallest range that includes all possible values resulting from adding an
arbitrary value in the specified range to an arbitrary value in this range.

Range 
refineEqualTo(Range right)
Refines this range to reflect that some value in it can be equal to a value in the given
range.

Range 
refineGreaterThan(Range right)
Refines this range to reflect that some value in it can be greater than a value in the given
range.

Range 
refineGreaterThanEq(Range right)
Refines this range to reflect that some value in it can be greater than or equal to a value
in the given range.

Range 
refineLessThan(Range right)
Refines this range to reflect that some value in it can be less than a value in the given
range.

Range 
refineLessThanEq(Range right)
Refines this range to reflect that some value in it can be less than or equal to a value in
the given range.

Range 
refineNotEqualTo(Range right)
Refines this range to reflect that some value in it must not be equal to a value in the given
range.

Range 
remainder(Range right)
Returns a range that includes all possible values of the remainder of dividing an arbitrary
value in this range by an arbitrary value in the specified range.

Range 
shiftLeft(Range right)
Returns a range that includes all possible values resulting from left shifting an arbitrary
value in this range by an arbitrary number of bits in the specified range.

Range 
shortRange()
Converts a this range to a 16bit short range.

Range 
signedShiftRight(Range right)
Returns a range that includes all possible values resulting from signed right shifting an
arbitrary value in this range by an arbitrary number of bits in the specified range.

Range 
times(Range right)
Returns the smallest range that includes all possible values resulting from multiplying an
arbitrary value in the specified range by an arbitrary value in this range.

String 
toString() 
Range 
unaryMinus()
Returns the range of a variable that falls within this range after applying the unary minus
operation.

Range 
unaryPlus()
Returns the range of a variable that falls within this range after applying the unary plus
operation (which is a noop).

Range 
union(Range right)
Returns the smallest range that includes all values contained in either of the two ranges.

Range 
unsignedShiftRight(Range right)
When this range only contains nonnegative values, the refined result should be the same as
signedShiftRight(Range) . 
public final long from
public final long to
public static boolean ignoreOverflow
ignoreOverflow
is true, then operations that would result in more than the
max value are clipped to the max value (and similarly for the min).
ignoreOverflow
is false, then operations that would result in more than the
max wrap around according to the rules of twoscomplement arithmetic and produce a
smaller value (and similarly for the min).
Any checker that uses this library should set this field. By default, this field is set to false (meaning overflow is taken into account), but a previous checker might have set it to true.
A static field is used because passing an instance field throughout the class bloats the code.
public static final Range EVERYTHING
public static final Range INT_EVERYTHING
public static final Range SHORT_EVERYTHING
public static final Range CHAR_EVERYTHING
public static final Range BYTE_EVERYTHING
public static final Range NOTHING
public Range(long from, long to)
from
and to
.from
 the lower bound (inclusive)to
 the upper bound (inclusive)public boolean isLongEverything()
long
value.public boolean isIntEverything()
int
value.public boolean isShortEverything()
short
value.public boolean isCharEverything()
char
value.public boolean isByteEverything()
byte
value.public boolean isNothing()
public Range intRange()
If ignoreOverflow
is true and one of the bounds is outside the Integer range,
then that bound is set to the bound of the Integer range.
If ignoreOverflow
is false and this range is too wide, i.e., wider than the full
range of the Integer class, return INT_EVERYTHING.
If ignoreOverflow
is false and the bounds of this range are not representable as
32bit integers, convert the bounds to Integer type in accordance with Java twoscomplement
overflow rules, e.g., Integer.MAX_VALUE + 1 is converted to Integer.MIN_VALUE.
public Range shortRange()
If ignoreOverflow
is true and one of the bounds is outside the Short range, then
that bound is set to the bound of the Short range.
If ignoreOverflow
is false and this range is too wide, i.e., wider than the full
range of the Short class, return SHORT_EVERYTHING.
If ignoreOverflow
is false and the bounds of this range are not representable as
16bit integers, convert the bounds to Short type in accordance with Java twoscomplement
overflow rules, e.g., Short.MAX_VALUE + 1 is converted to Short.MIN_VALUE.
public Range charRange()
If ignoreOverflow
is true and one of the bounds is outside the Character range,
then that bound is set to the bound of the Character range.
If ignoreOverflow
is false and this range is too wide, i.e., wider than the full
range of the Character class, return CHAR_EVERYTHING.
If ignoreOverflow
is false and the bounds of this range are not representable as
8bit integers, convert the bounds to Character type in accordance with Java overflow rules
(twoscomplement), e.g., Character.MAX_VALUE + 1 is converted to Character.MIN_VALUE.
public Range byteRange()
If ignoreOverflow
is true and one of the bounds is outside the Byte range, then
that bound is set to the bound of the Byte range.
If ignoreOverflow
is false and this range is too wide, i.e., wider than the full
range of the Byte class, return BYTE_EVERYTHING.
If ignoreOverflow
is false and the bounds of this range are not representable as
8bit integers, convert the bounds to Byte type in accordance with Java twoscomplement
overflow rules, e.g., Byte.MAX_VALUE + 1 is converted to Byte.MIN_VALUE.
public boolean contains(long element)
public boolean contains(Range other)
public Range union(Range right)
right
 a range to union with this rangepublic Range intersect(Range right)
right
 the range to intersect with this rangepublic Range plus(Range right)
right
 a range to be added to this rangepublic Range minus(Range right)
right
 the range to be subtracted from this rangepublic Range times(Range right)
right
 the specified range to be multiplied by this rangepublic Range divide(Range right)
right
 the specified range by which this range is dividedpublic Range remainder(Range right)
In the current implementation, the result might not be the smallest range that includes all the possible values.
right
 the specified range by which this range is dividedpublic Range shiftLeft(Range right)
right
 the range of bits by which this range is left shiftedpublic Range signedShiftRight(Range right)
right
 the range of bits by which this range is signed right shiftedpublic Range unsignedShiftRight(Range right)
signedShiftRight(Range)
. We give up the analysis when this range contains negative
value(s).public Range bitwiseAnd(Range right)
The current implementation is conservative: it only refines the cases where the range of
mask represents a constant. In other cases, it gives up on the refinement and returns EVERYTHING
instead.
right
 the range of mask of the bitwise and operationpublic Range unaryPlus()
public Range unaryMinus()
public Range bitwiseComplement()
public Range refineLessThan(Range right)
@IntRange(from = 0, to = 10) int a;
@IntRange(from = 3, to = 7) int b;
...
if (a < b) {
// range of a is now refined to [0, 6] because a value in range [7, 10]
// cannot be smaller than variable b with range [3, 7].
...
}
Use the refineGreaterThanEq(Range)
method if you are also interested in refining the
range of b
in the code above.right
 the specified Range
to compare withRange
public Range refineLessThanEq(Range right)
@IntRange(from = 0, to = 10) int a;
@IntRange(from = 3, to = 7) int b;
...
if (a <= b) {
// range of a is now refined to [0, 7] because a value in range [8, 10]
// cannot be less than or equal to variable b with range [3, 7].
...
}
Use the refineGreaterThan(Range)
method if you are also interested in refining the
range of b
in the code above.right
 the specified Range
to compare withRange
public Range refineGreaterThan(Range right)
@IntRange(from = 0, to = 10) int a;
@IntRange(from = 3, to = 7) int b;
...
if (a > b) {
// range of a is now refined to [4, 10] because a value in range [0, 3]
// cannot be greater than variable b with range [3, 7].
...
}
Use the refineLessThanEq(Range)
method if you are also interested in refining the
range of b
in the code above.right
 the specified Range
to compare withRange
public Range refineGreaterThanEq(Range right)
@IntRange(from = 0, to = 10) int a;
@IntRange(from = 3, to = 7) int b;
...
if (a >= b) {
// range of a is now refined to [3, 10] because a value in range [0, 2]
// cannot be greater than or equal to variable b with range [3, 7].
...
}
Use the refineLessThan(Range)
method if you are also interested in refining the
range of b
in the code above.right
 the specified Range
to compare withRange
public Range refineEqualTo(Range right)
@IntRange(from = 0, to = 10) int a;
@IntRange(from = 3, to = 15) int b;
...
if (a == b) {
// range of a is now refined to [3, 10] because a value in range [0, 2]
// cannot be equal to variable b with range [3, 15].
...
}
right
 the specified Range
to compare withRange
public Range refineNotEqualTo(Range right)
@IntRange(from = 0, to = 10) int a;
@IntRange(from = 0, to = 0) int b;
...
if (a != b) {
// range of a is now refined to [1, 10] because it cannot
// be zero.
...
}
right
 the specified Range
to compare withRange
public boolean isWiderThan(long value)
value
 the value to compare withpublic boolean isConstant()
public boolean isWithin(long lb, long ub)