comparison comparar - ¿Cómo se comparan dos cadenas de versiones en Java?





ignorar manejo (17)


public class VersionComparator {

    /* loop through both version strings
     * then loop through the inner string to computer the val of the int
     * for each integer read, do num*10+<integer read>
     * and stop when stumbling upon '.'
     * When '.' is encountered...
     * see if '.' is encountered for both strings
     * if it is then compare num1 and num2 
     * if num1 == num2... iterate over p1++, p2++
     * else return (num1 > num2) ? 1 : -1
     * If both the string end then compare(num1, num2) return 0, 1, -1
     * else loop through the longer string and 
     * verify if it only has trailing zeros
     * If it only has trailing zeros then return 0
     * else it is greater than the other string
     */
    public static int compareVersions(String v1, String v2) {
        int num1 = 0;
        int num2 = 0;
        int p1 = 0;
        int p2 = 0;

        while (p1 < v1.length() && p2 < v2.length()) {
            num1 = Integer.parseInt(v1.charAt(p1) + "");
            num2 = Integer.parseInt(v2.charAt(p2) + "");
            p1++;
            p2++;

            while (p1 < v1.length() && p2 < v2.length() && v1.charAt(p1) != '.' && v2.charAt(p2) != '.') {
                if (p1 < v1.length()) num1 = num1 * 10 + Integer.parseInt(v1.charAt(p1) + "");
                if (p2 < v2.length()) num2 = num2 * 10 + Integer.parseInt(v2.charAt(p2) + "");
                p1++;
                p2++;
            }

            if (p1 < v1.length() && p2 < v2.length() && v1.charAt(p1) == '.' && v2.charAt(p2) == '.') {
                if ((num1 ^ num2) == 0) {
                    p1++;
                    p2++;
                }
                else return (num1 > num2) ? 1 : -1;
            }
            else if (p1 < v1.length() && p2 < v2.length() && v1.charAt(p1) == '.') return -1;
            else if (p1 < v1.length() && p2 < v2.length() && v2.charAt(p2) == '.') return 1;
        }

        if (p1 == v1.length() && p2 == v2.length()) {
            if ((num1 ^ num2) == 0) return 0;
            else return (num1 > num2) ? 1 : -1;
        }
        else if (p1 == v1.length()) {
            if ((num1 ^ num2) == 0) {
                while (p2 < v2.length()) {
                    if (v2.charAt(p2) != '.' && v2.charAt(p2) != '0') return -1;
                    p2++;
                }
                return 0;
            }
            else return (num1 > num2) ? 1 : -1;
        }
        else {
            if ((num1 ^ num2) == 0) {
                while (p1 < v1.length()) {
                    if (v1.charAt(p1) != '.' && v1.charAt(p1) != '0') return 1;
                    p1++;
                }
                return 0;
            }
            else return (num1 > num2) ? 1 : -1;
        }
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println(compareVersions("11.23", "11.21.1.0.0.1.0") ^ 1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("11.21.1.0.0.1.0", "11.23") ^ -1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("11.23", "11.23.0.0.0.1.0") ^ -1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("11.2", "11.23") ^ -1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("11.23", "11.21.1.0.0.1.0") ^ 1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("1.21.1.0.0.1.0", "2.23") ^ -1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("11.23", "11.21.1.0.0.1.0") ^ 1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("11.23.0.0.0.0.0", "11.23") ^ 0);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("11.23", "11.21.1.0.0.1.0") ^ 1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("1.5.1.3", "1.5.1.3.0") ^ 0);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("1.5.1.4", "1.5.1.3.0") ^ 1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("1.2.1.3", "1.5.1.3.0") ^ -1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("1.2.1.3", "1.22.1.3.0") ^ -1);
        System.out.println(compareVersions("1.222.1.3", "1.22.1.3.0") ^ 1);
    }
}

¿Hay una expresión estándar para comparar números de versión? No puedo usar una comparación directa de cadenas porque todavía no sé cuál será el número máximo de lanzamientos de puntos. Necesito comparar las versiones y hacer que lo siguiente sea verdadero:

1.0 < 1.1
1.0.1 < 1.1
1.9 < 1.10



/**  
 *  written by: Stan Towianski - May 2018 
 * notes: I make assumption each of 3 version sections a.b.c is not longer then 4 digits: aaaa.bbbb.cccc-MODWORD1(-)modnum2
 * 5.10.13-release-1 becomes 0000500100013.501     6.0-snapshot becomes 0000600000000.100
 * MODWORD1 = -xyz/NotMatching, -SNAPSHOT, -ALPHA, -BETA, -RC, -RELEASE/nothing  return:  .0, .1, .2, .3, .4, .5
 * modnum2 = up to 2 digit/chars second version
 * */
public class VersionCk {

    private static boolean isVersionHigher( String baseVersion, String testVersion )
        {
        System.out.println( "versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =" + versionToComparable( baseVersion ) );
        System.out.println( "versionToComparable( testVersion ) =" + versionToComparable( testVersion ) + " is this higher ?" );
        return versionToComparable( testVersion ).compareTo( versionToComparable( baseVersion ) ) > 0;
        }

    //----  not worrying about += for something so small
    private static String versionToComparable( String version )
        {
//        System.out.println("version - " + version);
        String versionNum = version;
        int at = version.indexOf( '-' );
        if ( at >= 0 )
            versionNum = version.substring( 0, at );

        String[] numAr = versionNum.split( "\\." );
        String versionFormatted = "0";
        for ( String tmp : numAr )
            {
            versionFormatted += String.format( "%4s", tmp ).replace(' ', '0');
            }
        while ( versionFormatted.length() < 12 )  // pad out to aaaa.bbbb.cccc
            {
            versionFormatted += "0000";
            }
//        System.out.println( "converted min version =" + versionFormatted + "=   : " + versionNum );
        return versionFormatted + getVersionModifier( version, at );
        }

    //----  use order low to high: -xyz, -SNAPSHOT, -ALPHA, -BETA, -RC, -RELEASE/nothing  returns: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
    private static String getVersionModifier( String version, int at )
        {
//        System.out.println("version - " + version );
        String[] wordModsAr = { "-SNAPSHOT", "-ALPHA", "-BETA", "-RC", "-RELEASE" };        

        if ( at < 0 )
            return "." + wordModsAr.length + "00";   // make nothing = RELEASE level

        int i = 1;
        for ( String word : wordModsAr )
            {
            if ( ( at = version.toUpperCase().indexOf( word ) ) > 0 )
                return "." + i + getSecondVersionModifier( version.substring( at + word.length() ) );
            i++;
            }

        return ".000";
        }

    //----  add 2 chars for any number after first modifier.  -rc2 or -rc-2   returns 02
    private static String getSecondVersionModifier( String version )
        {
        System.out.println( "second modifier =" + version + "=" );
        Matcher m = Pattern.compile("(.*?)(\\d+).*").matcher( version );
//        if ( m.matches() )
//            System.out.println( "match ? =" + m.matches() + "=   m.group(1) =" + m.group(1) + "=   m.group(2) =" + m.group(2) + "=   m.group(3) =" + (m.groupCount() >= 3 ? m.group(3) : "x") );
//        else
//            System.out.println( "No match" );
        return m.matches() ? String.format( "%2s", m.group(2) ).replace(' ', '0') : "00";
        }

    public static void main(String[] args) 
        {
        checkVersion( "3.10.0", "3.4.0");
        checkVersion( "5.4.2", "5.4.1");
        checkVersion( "5.4.4", "5.4.5");
        checkVersion( "5.4.9", "5.4.12");
        checkVersion( "5.9.222", "5.10.12");
        checkVersion( "5.10.12", "5.10.12");
        checkVersion( "5.10.13", "5.10.14");
        checkVersion( "6.7.0", "6.8");
        checkVersion( "6.7", "2.7.0");
        checkVersion( "6", "6.3.1");
        checkVersion( "4", "4.0.0");
        checkVersion( "6.3.0", "6");
        checkVersion( "5.10.12-Alpha", "5.10.12-beTA");
        checkVersion( "5.10.13-release", "5.10.14-beta");
        checkVersion( "6.7.0", "6.8-snapshot");
        checkVersion( "6.7.1", "6.7.0-release");
        checkVersion( "6-snapshot", "6.0.0-beta");
        checkVersion( "6.0-snapshot", "6.0.0-whatthe");
        checkVersion( "5.10.12-Alpha-1", "5.10.12-alpha-2");
        checkVersion( "5.10.13-release-1", "5.10.13-release2");
        checkVersion( "10-rc42", "10.0.0-rc53");
        }

    private static void checkVersion(String baseVersion, String testVersion) 
        {
        System.out.println( "baseVersion - " + baseVersion );
        System.out.println( "testVersion - " + testVersion );
        System.out.println( "isVersionHigher = " + isVersionHigher( baseVersion, testVersion ) );
        System.out.println( "---------------");
        }

    }

alguna salida:

---------------
baseVersion - 6.7
testVersion - 2.7.0
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000600070000.500
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000200070000.500 is this higher ?
isVersionHigher = false
---------------
baseVersion - 6
testVersion - 6.3.1
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000600000000.500
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000600030001.500 is this higher ?
isVersionHigher = true
---------------
baseVersion - 4
testVersion - 4.0.0
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000400000000.500
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000400000000.500 is this higher ?
isVersionHigher = false
---------------
baseVersion - 6.3.0
testVersion - 6
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000600030000.500
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000600000000.500 is this higher ?
isVersionHigher = false
---------------
baseVersion - 5.10.12-Alpha
testVersion - 5.10.12-beTA
second modifier ==
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000500100012.200
second modifier ==
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000500100012.300 is this higher ?
second modifier ==
second modifier ==
isVersionHigher = true
---------------
baseVersion - 5.10.13-release
testVersion - 5.10.14-beta
second modifier ==
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000500100013.500
second modifier ==
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000500100014.300 is this higher ?
second modifier ==
second modifier ==
isVersionHigher = true
---------------
baseVersion - 6.7.0
testVersion - 6.8-snapshot
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000600070000.500
second modifier ==
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000600080000.100 is this higher ?
second modifier ==
isVersionHigher = true
---------------
baseVersion - 6.7.1
testVersion - 6.7.0-release
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000600070001.500
second modifier ==
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000600070000.500 is this higher ?
second modifier ==
isVersionHigher = false
---------------
baseVersion - 6-snapshot
testVersion - 6.0.0-beta
second modifier ==
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000600000000.100
second modifier ==
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000600000000.300 is this higher ?
second modifier ==
second modifier ==
isVersionHigher = true
---------------
baseVersion - 6.0-snapshot
testVersion - 6.0.0-whatthe
second modifier ==
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000600000000.100
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000600000000.000 is this higher ?
second modifier ==
isVersionHigher = false
---------------
baseVersion - 5.10.12-Alpha-1
testVersion - 5.10.12-alpha-2
second modifier =-1=
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000500100012.201
second modifier =-2=
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000500100012.202 is this higher ?
second modifier =-2=
second modifier =-1=
isVersionHigher = true
---------------
baseVersion - 5.10.13-release-1
testVersion - 5.10.13-release2
second modifier =-1=
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0000500100013.501
second modifier =2=
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0000500100013.502 is this higher ?
second modifier =2=
second modifier =-1=
isVersionHigher = true
---------------
baseVersion - 10-rc42
testVersion - 10.0.0-rc53
second modifier =42=
versionToComparable( baseVersion ) =0001000000000.442
second modifier =53=
versionToComparable( testVersion ) =0001000000000.453 is this higher ?
second modifier =53=
second modifier =42=
isVersionHigher = true
---------------



Lo mejor para reutilizar el código existente, tome la clase ComparableVersion de Maven

ventajas:

  • Licencia Apache, Versión 2.0,
  • probado,
  • usado (copiado) en proyectos múltiples como spring-security-core, jboss, etc.
  • múltiples features
  • ya es un java.lang.Comparable
  • simplemente copie y pegue esa clase, no dependencias de terceros

No incluya la dependencia a maven-artefact ya que eso atraerá varias dependencias transitivas




para mis proyectos uso mi biblioteca commons-version https://github.com/raydac/commons-version contiene dos clases auxiliares - para analizar la versión (la versión analizada se puede comparar con otra versión porque es comparable) y VersionValidator que permite verificar la versión de alguna expresión como !=ide-1.1.1,>idea-1.3.4-SNAPSHOT;<1.2.3




public static int compareVersions(String version1, String version2){

    String[] levels1 = version1.split("\\.");
    String[] levels2 = version2.split("\\.");

    int length = Math.max(levels1.length, levels2.length);
    for (int i = 0; i < length; i++){
        Integer v1 = i < levels1.length ? Integer.parseInt(levels1[i]) : 0;
        Integer v2 = i < levels2.length ? Integer.parseInt(levels2[i]) : 0;
        int compare = v1.compareTo(v2);
        if (compare != 0){
            return compare;
        }
    }

    return 0;
}



I liked the idea from @Peter Lawrey, And i extended it to further limits :

    /**
    * Normalize string array, 
    * Appends zeros if string from the array
    * has length smaller than the maxLen.
    **/
    private String normalize(String[] split, int maxLen){
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder("");
        for(String s : split) {
            for(int i = 0; i<maxLen-s.length(); i++) sb.append('0');
            sb.append(s);
        }
        return sb.toString();
    }

    /**
    * Removes trailing zeros of the form '.00.0...00'
    * (and does not remove zeros from, say, '4.1.100')
    **/
    public String removeTrailingZeros(String s){
        int i = s.length()-1;
        int k = s.length()-1;
        while(i >= 0 && (s.charAt(i) == '.' || s.charAt(i) == '0')){
          if(s.charAt(i) == '.') k = i-1;
          i--;  
        } 
        return s.substring(0,k+1);
    }

    /**
    * Compares two versions(works for alphabets too),
    * Returns 1 if v1 > v2, returns 0 if v1 == v2,
    * and returns -1 if v1 < v2.
    **/
    public int compareVersion(String v1, String v2) {

        // Uncomment below two lines if for you, say, 4.1.0 is equal to 4.1
        // v1 = removeTrailingZeros(v1);
        // v2 = removeTrailingZeros(v2);

        String[] splitv1 = v1.split("\\.");
        String[] splitv2 = v2.split("\\.");
        int maxLen = 0;
        for(String str : splitv1) maxLen = Math.max(maxLen, str.length());
        for(String str : splitv2) maxLen = Math.max(maxLen, str.length());
        int cmp = normalize(splitv1, maxLen).compareTo(normalize(splitv2, maxLen));
        return cmp > 0 ? 1 : (cmp < 0 ? -1 : 0);
    }

Espero que ayude a alguien. It passed all test cases in interviewbit and leetcode (need to uncomment two lines in compareVersion function).

Easily tested !




Aquí hay una implementación optimizada:

public static final Comparator<CharSequence> VERSION_ORDER = new Comparator<CharSequence>() {

  @Override
  public int compare (CharSequence lhs, CharSequence rhs) {
    int ll = lhs.length(), rl = rhs.length(), lv = 0, rv = 0, li = 0, ri = 0;
    char c;
    do {
      lv = rv = 0;
      while (--ll >= 0) {
        c = lhs.charAt(li++);
        if (c < '0' || c > '9')
          break;
        lv = lv*10 + c - '0';
      }
      while (--rl >= 0) {
        c = rhs.charAt(ri++);
        if (c < '0' || c > '9')
          break;
        rv = rv*10 + c - '0';
      }
    } while (lv == rv && (ll >= 0 || rl >= 0));
    return lv - rv;
  }

};

Resultado:

"0.1" - "1.0" = -1
"1.0" - "1.0" = 0
"1.0" - "1.0.0" = 0
"10" - "1.0" = 9
"3.7.6" - "3.7.11" = -5
"foobar" - "1.0" = -1



Creé una utilidad simple para comparar versiones en la plataforma Android utilizando la convención de versiones semánticas . Por lo tanto, funciona solo para cadenas en formato XYZ (Major.Minor.Patch) donde X, Y y Z son enteros no negativos. Puedes encontrarlo en mi GitHub .

Método Version.compareVersions (String v1, String v2) compara dos cadenas de versión. Devuelve 0 si las versiones son iguales, 1 si la versión v1 es anterior a la versión v2, -1 si la versión v1 es posterior a la versión v2, -2 si el formato de la versión no es válido.




Escribí una pequeña función por mi cuenta. Simplificar el uso de listas

 public static boolean checkVersionUpdate(String olderVerison, String newVersion) {
        if (olderVerison.length() == 0 || newVersion.length() == 0) {
            return false;
        }
        List<String> newVerList = Arrays.asList(newVersion.split("\\."));
        List<String> oldVerList = Arrays.asList(olderVerison.split("\\."));

        int diff = newVerList.size() - oldVerList.size();
        List<String> newList = new ArrayList<>();
        if (diff > 0) {
            newList.addAll(oldVerList);
            for (int i = 0; i < diff; i++) {
                newList.add("0");
            }
            return examineArray(newList, newVerList, diff);
        } else if (diff < 0) {
            newList.addAll(newVerList);
            for (int i = 0; i < -diff; i++) {
                newList.add("0");
            }
            return examineArray(oldVerList, newList, diff);
        } else {
            return examineArray(oldVerList, newVerList, diff);
        }

    }

    public static boolean examineArray(List<String> oldList, List<String> newList, int diff) {
        boolean newVersionGreater = false;
        for (int i = 0; i < oldList.size(); i++) {
            if (Integer.parseInt(newList.get(i)) > Integer.parseInt(oldList.get(i))) {
                newVersionGreater = true;
                break;
            } else if (Integer.parseInt(newList.get(i)) < Integer.parseInt(oldList.get(i))) {
                newVersionGreater = false;
                break;
            } else {
                newVersionGreater = diff > 0;
            }
        }

        return newVersionGreater;
    }



Necesita normalizar las cadenas de versión para que puedan ser comparadas. Algo como

import java.util.regex.Pattern;

public class Main {
    public static void main(String... args) {
        compare("1.0", "1.1");
        compare("1.0.1", "1.1");
        compare("1.9", "1.10");
        compare("1.a", "1.9");
    }

    private static void compare(String v1, String v2) {
        String s1 = normalisedVersion(v1);
        String s2 = normalisedVersion(v2);
        int cmp = s1.compareTo(s2);
        String cmpStr = cmp < 0 ? "<" : cmp > 0 ? ">" : "==";
        System.out.printf("'%s' %s '%s'%n", v1, cmpStr, v2);
    }

    public static String normalisedVersion(String version) {
        return normalisedVersion(version, ".", 4);
    }

    public static String normalisedVersion(String version, String sep, int maxWidth) {
        String[] split = Pattern.compile(sep, Pattern.LITERAL).split(version);
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
        for (String s : split) {
            sb.append(String.format("%" + maxWidth + 's', s));
        }
        return sb.toString();
    }
}

Huellas dactilares

'1.0' < '1.1'
'1.0.1' < '1.1'
'1.9' < '1.10'
'1.a' > '1.9'



Seamos honestos, String comparación lexicográfica de String funcionará bastante bien para la mayoría del caso.

"1.0.0".compareTo("1.0.1") // -1

Existe algún error posible, si, por ejemplo, tenemos algún formato en alguna versión

"1.01.1".compareTo("1.1.0") // -1 should be 1

Esto se puede corregir fácilmente limpiando esos valores y, por supuesto, proporcionando algunos métodos simples.

public class Version implements Comparable<Version>{

    private static final String sanitizeRegex = ".0([1-9]+)";

    private String value;

    public Version(String value){
        if(value == null) throw new IllegalArgumentException("A version need a valid value");
        this.value = value.replaceAll(sanitizeRegex, ".$1");
    }

    public boolean isLessThan(Version o){
        return this.compareTo(o) < 0;
    }

    public boolean isGreaterThan(Version o){
        return this.compareTo(o) > 0;
    }

    public boolean isEquals(Version o) {
        return this.compareTo(o) == 0;
    }

    @Override
    public int compareTo(Version o) {
        return this.value.compareTo(o.value);
    }

    @Override
    public String toString() {
        return value;
    }
}

La expresión regular eliminará eliminar el 0 inicial si es necesario.

01 -> 1
0 -> 0
00 -> 0
10 -> 10

Esto nos permite tener una comparación bastante simple utilizando lo que ya existe.

Un caso de prueba rápido tomado de la respuesta de Johan Paul

    System.out.println(new Version("1.2").isGreaterThan(new Version("1.1")    )); // true
    System.out.println(new Version("1.2.1").isGreaterThan(new Version("1.1.2")  )); // true
    System.out.println(new Version("1.1.1").isGreaterThan(new Version("1.1.1")  )); // false
    System.out.println(new Version("1.1.1").isGreaterThan(new Version("1.1")    )); // true
    System.out.println(new Version("1.1.0").isGreaterThan(new Version("1.1")    )); // true
    System.out.println(new Version("1.1-RC2").isGreaterThan(new Version("1.1-RC1"))); // true
    System.out.println(new Version("1.1-RC1").isGreaterThan(new Version("1.1")    )); // true
    System.out.println(new Version("1.0.1").isGreaterThan(new Version("1.1")    )); // false



My java Solution

 public int compareVersion(String version1, String version2) {

    String[] first = version1.split("\\.");
    String[] second = version2.split("\\.");

    int len = first.length<=second.length? first.length:second.length;

    // the loop runs for whichever is the short version of two strings
    for(int i=0;i<len;i++){
      int firstInt = Integer.parseInt(first[i]);
      int secondInt = Integer.parseInt(second[i]);
        if(firstInt<secondInt){
            return -1;
        }
        else if(firstInt>secondInt){
            return 1;
        }
    }

    // below two condition check if the length are the not the same

    //if first string length is short then start from after first string length and compare it with second string value. second string value is not zero that means it is greater.
    if(first.length<second.length){
        for(int i=first.length;i<second.length;i++){
            int secondInt = Integer.parseInt(second[i]);
            if(secondInt!=0){
                return -1;
            }
        }
    }
    // similar logic as above just that first length is grater this time.
     else if(first.length>second.length){
        for(int i=second.length;i<first.length;i++){
            int firstInt = Integer.parseInt(first[i]);
            if(firstInt!=0){
                return 1;
            }
        }        
    }

    // return 0 if both string value is the same
    return 0;

}



Para Scala puede usar una biblioteca que hice: https://github.com/kypeli/sversion

Version("1.2") > Version("1.1")       // true
Version("1.2.1") > Version("1.1.2")   // true
Version("1.1.1") == Version("1.1.1")  // true
Version("1.1.1") > Version("1.1")     // true
Version("1.1.0") == Version("1.1")    // true
Version("1.1-RC2") > Version("1.1-RC1")  // true
Version("1.1-RC1") > Version("1.1")   // true



public int compare(String v1, String v2) {
        v1 = v1.replaceAll("\\s", "");
        v2 = v2.replaceAll("\\s", "");
        String[] a1 = v1.split("\\.");
        String[] a2 = v2.split("\\.");
        List<String> l1 = Arrays.asList(a1);
        List<String> l2 = Arrays.asList(a2);


        int i=0;
        while(true){
            Double d1 = null;
            Double d2 = null;

            try{
                d1 = Double.parseDouble(l1.get(i));
            }catch(IndexOutOfBoundsException e){
            }

            try{
                d2 = Double.parseDouble(l2.get(i));
            }catch(IndexOutOfBoundsException e){
            }

            if (d1 != null && d2 != null) {
                if (d1.doubleValue() > d2.doubleValue()) {
                    return 1;
                } else if (d1.doubleValue() < d2.doubleValue()) {
                    return -1;
                }
            } else if (d2 == null && d1 != null) {
                if (d1.doubleValue() > 0) {
                    return 1;
                }
            } else if (d1 == null && d2 != null) {
                if (d2.doubleValue() > 0) {
                    return -1;
                }
            } else {
                break;
            }
            i++;
        }
        return 0;
    }



Me pregunto por qué todos asumen que las versiones solo están compuestas por números enteros, en mi caso no fue así.

Por qué reinventar la rueda (suponiendo que la versión sigue el estándar Semver)

Primero instala https://github.com/vdurmont/semver4j través de Maven

Entonces usa esta biblioteca

Semver sem = new Semver("1.2.3");
sem.isGreaterThan("1.2.2"); // true



Tokenice las cadenas con el punto como delimitador y luego compare la traducción de entero al lado del otro, comenzando desde la izquierda.




Como todos ya lo han dicho, usa this(…) , que se llama invocación explícita de constructor .

Sin embargo, tenga en cuenta que dentro de una declaración de invocación de constructor tan explícita no puede hacer referencia a

  • cualquier variable de instancia o
  • cualquier método de instancia o
  • cualquier clase interna declarada en esta clase o cualquier superclase, o
  • this o
  • super

Como se indica en JLS (§8.8.7.1).





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