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Lucene example source code file (MultiTermQueryWrapperFilter.java)

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The Lucene MultiTermQueryWrapperFilter.java source code

package org.apache.lucene.search;

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import java.io.IOException;

import org.apache.lucene.index.IndexReader;
import org.apache.lucene.index.Term;
import org.apache.lucene.index.TermDocs;
import org.apache.lucene.index.TermEnum;
import org.apache.lucene.util.OpenBitSet;

 * A wrapper for {@link MultiTermQuery}, that exposes its
 * functionality as a {@link Filter}.
 * <P>
 * <code>MultiTermQueryWrapperFilter is not designed to
 * be used by itself. Normally you subclass it to provide a Filter
 * counterpart for a {@link MultiTermQuery} subclass.
 * <P>
 * For example, {@link TermRangeFilter} and {@link PrefixFilter} extend
 * <code>MultiTermQueryWrapperFilter.
 * This class also provides the functionality behind
 * this is why it is not abstract.
public class MultiTermQueryWrapperFilter<Q extends MultiTermQuery> extends Filter {
  protected final Q query;

   * Wrap a {@link MultiTermQuery} as a Filter.
  protected MultiTermQueryWrapperFilter(Q query) {
      this.query = query;
  public String toString() {
    // query.toString should be ok for the filter, too, if the query boost is 1.0f
    return query.toString();

  public final boolean equals(final Object o) {
    if (o==this) return true;
    if (o==null) return false;
    if (this.getClass().equals(o.getClass())) {
      return this.query.equals( ((MultiTermQueryWrapperFilter)o).query );
    return false;

  public final int hashCode() {
    return query.hashCode();
   * Expert: Return the number of unique terms visited during execution of the filter.
   * If there are many of them, you may consider using another filter type
   * or optimize your total term count in index.
   * <p>This method is not thread safe, be sure to only call it when no filter is running!
   * If you re-use the same filter instance for another
   * search, be sure to first reset the term counter
   * with {@link #clearTotalNumberOfTerms}.
   * @see #clearTotalNumberOfTerms
  public int getTotalNumberOfTerms() {
    return query.getTotalNumberOfTerms();
   * Expert: Resets the counting of unique terms.
   * Do this before executing the filter.
   * @see #getTotalNumberOfTerms
  public void clearTotalNumberOfTerms() {
   * Returns a DocIdSet with documents that should be
   * permitted in search results.
  public DocIdSet getDocIdSet(IndexReader reader) throws IOException {
    final TermEnum enumerator = query.getEnum(reader);
    try {
      // if current term in enum is null, the enum is empty -> shortcut
      if (enumerator.term() == null)
        return DocIdSet.EMPTY_DOCIDSET;
      // else fill into a OpenBitSet
      final OpenBitSet bitSet = new OpenBitSet(reader.maxDoc());
      final int[] docs = new int[32];
      final int[] freqs = new int[32];
      TermDocs termDocs = reader.termDocs();
      try {
        int termCount = 0;
        do {
          Term term = enumerator.term();
          if (term == null)
          while (true) {
            final int count = termDocs.read(docs, freqs);
            if (count != 0) {
              for(int i=0;i<count;i++) {
            } else {
        } while (enumerator.next());


      } finally {
      return bitSet;
    } finally {


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