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/*************************************************************************
* Compilation: javac BinaryStdIn.java
* Execution: java BinaryStdIn < input > output
*
* Supports reading binary data from standard input.
*
* % java BinaryStdIn < input.jpg > output.jpg
* % diff input.jpg output.jpg
*
*************************************************************************/
package stdlib;

import java.io.BufferedInputStream;
import java.io.IOException;

/**
* <i>Binary standard input</i>. This class provides methods for reading
* in bits from standard input, either one bit at a time (as a <tt>boolean</tt>),
* 8 bits at a time (as a <tt>byte</tt> or <tt>char</tt>),
* 16 bits at a time (as a <tt>short</tt>), 32 bits at a time
* (as an <tt>int</tt> or <tt>float</tt>), or 64 bits at a time (as a
* <tt>double</tt> or <tt>long</tt>).
* <p>
* All primitive types are assumed to be represented using their
* standard Java representations, in big-endian (most significant
* byte first) order.
* <p>
* The client should not intermix calls to <tt>BinaryStdIn</tt> with calls
* to <tt>StdIn</tt> or <tt>System.in</tt>;
* otherwise unexpected behavior will result.
*/
public final class BinaryStdIn {
private static BufferedInputStream in = new BufferedInputStream(System.in);
private static final int EOF = -1; // end of file

private static int buffer; // one character buffer
private static int N; // number of bits left in buffer

// static initializer
static { fillBuffer(); }

// don't instantiate
private BinaryStdIn() { }

private static void fillBuffer() {
try { buffer = in.read(); N = 8; }
catch (IOException e) { System.out.println("EOF"); buffer = EOF; N = -1; }
}

/**
* Close this input stream and release any associated system resources.
*/
public static void close() {
try {
in.close();
}
catch (IOException e) {
e.printStackTrace();
throw new RuntimeException("Could not close BinaryStdIn");
}
}

/**
* Returns true if standard input is empty.
* @return true if and only if standard input is empty
*/
public static boolean isEmpty() {
return buffer == EOF;
}

/**
* Read the next bit of data from standard input and return as a boolean.
* @return the next bit of data from standard input as a <tt>boolean</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if standard input is empty
*/
public static boolean readBoolean() {
if (isEmpty()) throw new RuntimeException("Reading from empty input stream");
N--;
boolean bit = ((buffer >> N) & 1) == 1;
if (N == 0) fillBuffer();
return bit;
}

/**
* Read the next 8 bits from standard input and return as an 8-bit char.
* Note that <tt>char</tt> is a 16-bit type;
* to read the next 16 bits as a char, use <tt>readChar(16)</tt>
* @return the next 8 bits of data from standard input as a <tt>char</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if there are fewer than 8 bits available on standard input
*/
public static char readChar() {
if (isEmpty()) throw new RuntimeException("Reading from empty input stream");

// special case when aligned byte
if (N == 8) {
int x = buffer;
fillBuffer();
return (char) (x & 0xff);
}

// combine last N bits of current buffer with first 8-N bits of new buffer
int x = buffer;
x <<= (8-N);
int oldN = N;
fillBuffer();
if (isEmpty()) throw new RuntimeException("Reading from empty input stream");
N = oldN;
x |= (buffer >>> N);
return (char) (x & 0xff);
// the above code doesn't quite work for the last character if N = 8
// because buffer will be -1
}

/**
* Read the next r bits from standard input and return as an r-bit character.
* @param r number of bits to read.
* @return the next r bits of data from standard input as a <tt>char</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if there are fewer than r bits available on standard input
* @throws RuntimeException unless 1 &le; r &le; 16
*/
public static char readChar(int r) {
if (r < 1 || r > 16) throw new RuntimeException("Illegal value of r = " + r);

// optimize r = 8 case
if (r == 8) return readChar();

char x = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < r; i++) {
x <<= 1;
boolean bit = readBoolean();
if (bit) x |= 1;
}
return x;
}

/**
* Read the remaining bytes of data from standard input and return as a string.
* @return the remaining bytes of data from standard input as a <tt>String</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if standard input is empty or if the number of bits
* available on standard input is not a multiple of 8 (byte-aligned)
*/
public static String readString() {
if (isEmpty()) throw new RuntimeException("Reading from empty input stream");

StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
while (!isEmpty()) {
char c = readChar();
sb.append(c);
}
return sb.toString();
}


/**
* Read the next 16 bits from standard input and return as a 16-bit short.
* @return the next 16 bits of data from standard input as a <tt>short</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if there are fewer than 16 bits available on standard input
*/
public static short readShort() {
short x = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < 2; i++) {
char c = readChar();
x <<= 8;
x |= c;
}
return x;
}

/**
* Read the next 32 bits from standard input and return as a 32-bit int.
* @return the next 32 bits of data from standard input as a <tt>int</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if there are fewer than 32 bits available on standard input
*/
public static int readInt() {
int x = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
char c = readChar();
x <<= 8;
x |= c;
}
return x;
}

/**
* Read the next r bits from standard input and return as an r-bit int.
* @param r number of bits to read.
* @return the next r bits of data from standard input as a <tt>int</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if there are fewer than r bits available on standard input
* @throws RuntimeException unless 1 &le; r &le; 32
*/
public static int readInt(int r) {
if (r < 1 || r > 32) throw new RuntimeException("Illegal value of r = " + r);

// optimize r = 32 case
if (r == 32) return readInt();

int x = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < r; i++) {
x <<= 1;
boolean bit = readBoolean();
if (bit) x |= 1;
}
return x;
}

/**
* Read the next 64 bits from standard input and return as a 64-bit long.
* @return the next 64 bits of data from standard input as a <tt>long</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if there are fewer than 64 bits available on standard input
*/
public static long readLong() {
long x = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < 8; i++) {
char c = readChar();
x <<= 8;
x |= c;
}
return x;
}


/**
* Read the next 64 bits from standard input and return as a 64-bit double.
* @return the next 64 bits of data from standard input as a <tt>double</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if there are fewer than 64 bits available on standard input
*/
public static double readDouble() {
return Double.longBitsToDouble(readLong());
}

/**
* Read the next 32 bits from standard input and return as a 32-bit float.
* @return the next 32 bits of data from standard input as a <tt>float</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if there are fewer than 32 bits available on standard input
*/
public static float readFloat() {
return Float.intBitsToFloat(readInt());
}


/**
* Read the next 8 bits from standard input and return as an 8-bit byte.
* @return the next 8 bits of data from standard input as a <tt>byte</tt>
* @throws RuntimeException if there are fewer than 8 bits available on standard input
*/
public static byte readByte() {
char c = readChar();
byte x = (byte) (c & 0xff);
return x;
}

/**
* Test client. Reads in a binary input file from standard input and writes
* it to standard output.
*/
public static void main(String[] args) {

// read one 8-bit char at a time
while (!BinaryStdIn.isEmpty()) {
char c = BinaryStdIn.readChar();
BinaryStdOut.write(c);
}
BinaryStdOut.flush();
}
}
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