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Lucene example source code file (StandardTokenizerInterface.java)

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The Lucene StandardTokenizerInterface.java source code

package org.apache.lucene.analysis.standard;

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import org.apache.lucene.analysis.tokenattributes.CharTermAttribute;

import java.io.Reader;
import java.io.IOException;

interface StandardTokenizerInterface {

  /** This character denotes the end of file */
  public static final int YYEOF = -1;

   * Copies the matched text into the CharTermAttribute
  void getText(CharTermAttribute t);

   * Returns the current position.
  int yychar();

   * Resets the scanner to read from a new input stream.
   * Does not close the old reader.
   * All internal variables are reset, the old input stream 
   * <b>cannot be reused (internal buffer is discarded and lost).
   * Lexical state is set to <tt>ZZ_INITIAL.
   * @param reader   the new input stream 
  void yyreset(Reader reader);

   * Returns the length of the matched text region.
  int yylength();

   * Resumes scanning until the next regular expression is matched,
   * the end of input is encountered or an I/O-Error occurs.
   * @return      the next token, {@link #YYEOF} on end of stream
   * @exception   IOException  if any I/O-Error occurs
  int getNextToken() throws IOException;


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