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 * Copyright (C) The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved.
 * This software is published under the terms of the Apache Software License
 * version 1.1, a copy of which has been included  with this distribution in
 * the LICENSE.txt file.

// Contributors:  Kitching Simon 

package org.apache.log4j;

   Refrain from using this class directly, use
   the {@link Level} class instead.

   @author Ceki Gülcü */
public class Priority {

  int level;
  String levelStr;
  int syslogEquivalent;

  public final static int OFF_INT = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
  public final static int FATAL_INT = 50000;
  public final static int ERROR_INT = 40000;
  public final static int WARN_INT  = 30000;
  public final static int INFO_INT  = 20000;
  public final static int DEBUG_INT = 10000;
    //public final static int FINE_INT = DEBUG_INT;
  public final static int ALL_INT = Integer.MIN_VALUE;

     The FATAL level designates very severe error
     events that will presumably lead the application to abort.
  final static public Priority FATAL = new Level(FATAL_INT, "FATAL", 0);

     The ERROR level designates error events that
     might still allow the application to continue running.  */
  final static public Priority ERROR = new Level(ERROR_INT, "ERROR", 3);

     The WARN level designates potentially harmful situations.
  final static public Priority WARN  = new Level(WARN_INT, "WARN",  4);

     The INFO level designates informational messages
     that highlight the progress of the application at coarse-grained
     level.  */
  final static public Priority INFO  = new Level(INFO_INT, "INFO",  6);

     The DEBUG priority designates fine-grained
     informational events that are most useful to debug an
     application.  */
  final static public Priority DEBUG = new Level(DEBUG_INT, "DEBUG", 7);

     Instantiate a level object.
  Priority(int level, String levelStr, int syslogEquivalent) {
    this.level = level;
    this.levelStr = levelStr;
    this.syslogEquivalent = syslogEquivalent;

     Two priorities are equal if their level fields are equal.
     @since 1.2
  boolean equals(Object o) {
    if(o instanceof Priority) {
      Priority r = (Priority) o;
      return (this.level == r.level);
    } else {
      return false;

     Return the syslog equivalent of this priority as an integer.
  int getSyslogEquivalent() {
    return syslogEquivalent;

     Returns true if this level has a higher or equal
     level than the level passed as argument, false

You should think twice before overriding the default implementation of isGreaterOrEqual method. */ public boolean isGreaterOrEqual(Priority r) { return level >= r.level; } /** Return all possible priorities as an array of Level objects in descending order. @deprecated This method will be removed with no replacement. */ public static Priority[] getAllPossiblePriorities() { return new Priority[] {Priority.FATAL, Priority.ERROR, Level.WARN, Priority.INFO, Priority.DEBUG}; } /** Returns the string representation of this priority. */ final public String toString() { return levelStr; } /** Returns the integer representation of this level. */ public final int toInt() { return level; } /** Convert the string passed as argument to a priority. If the conversion fails, then this method returns {@link #DEBUG}. @deprecated Please use the {@link Level#toLevel(String)} method instead.} */ public static Priority toPriority(String sArg) { return Level.toLevel(sArg); } /** Convert an integer passed as argument to a priority. If the conversion fails, then this method returns {@link #DEBUG}. */ public static Priority toPriority(int val) { return toPriority(val, Priority.DEBUG); } /** Convert an integer passed as argument to a priority. If the conversion fails, then this method returns the specified default. */ public static Priority toPriority(int val, Priority defaultPriority) { return Level.toLevel(val, (Level) defaultPriority); } /** Convert the string passed as argument to a priority. If the conversion fails, then this method returns the value of defaultPriority. */ public static Priority toPriority(String sArg, Priority defaultPriority) { return Level.toLevel(sArg, (Level) defaultPriority); } }

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