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/*
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package org.apache.commons.httpclient;

import java.io.IOException;

/**
 * The URI parsing and escape encoding exception.
 * 

* Why is it from IOException? * To simplify the programming style for the inherited exception instances. *

* * @author Sung-Gu * @version $Revision: 1.8.2.1 $ $Date: 2002/03/14 15:14:01 */ public class URIException extends IOException { // ----------------------------------------------------------- constructors /** * Default constructor. */ public URIException() { } /** * The constructor with a reason code argument. * * @param reasonCode the reason code */ public URIException(int reasonCode) { setReasonCode(reasonCode); } /** * The constructor with a reason string and its code arguments. * * @param reasonCode the reason code * @param reason the reason */ public URIException(int reasonCode, String reason) { super(reason); // for backward compatibility of Throwable this.reason = reason; setReasonCode(reasonCode); } /** * The constructor with a reason string argument. * * @param reason the reason */ public URIException(String reason) { super(reason); // for backward compatibility of Throwable this.reason = reason; setReasonCode(UNKNOWN); } // -------------------------------------------------------------- constants /** * No specified reason code. */ public static final int UNKNOWN = 0; /** * The URI parsing error. */ public static final int PARSING = 1; /** * The unsupported character encoding. */ public static final int UNSUPPORTED_ENCODING = 2; /** * The URI escape encoding and decoding error. */ public static final int ESCAPING = 3; /** * The DNS punycode encoding or decoding error. */ public static final int PUNYCODE = 4; // ------------------------------------------------------------- properties /** * The reason code. */ protected int reasonCode; /** * The reason message. */ protected String reason; // ---------------------------------------------------------------- methods /** * Get the reason code. * * @return the reason code */ public int getReasonCode() { return reasonCode; } /** * Set the reason code. * * @param reasonCode the reason code */ public void setReasonCode(int reasonCode) { this.reasonCode = reasonCode; } /** * Get the reason message. * * @return the reason message */ public String getReason() { return reason; } /** * Set the reason message. * * @param reason the reason message */ public void setReason(String reason) { this.reason = reason; } }



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