A Java class library to buffer, store and retrieve arbitrary collections of bytes
providing fast access and manipulation of the bytes.
IOBuffers are Java collections of bytes that are suitable to be stored, transferred, and manipulated by
the java IO package.
A Java IOBuffer is immutable and has a capacity and a limit. The limit may be any integer greater than or equal to the
capacity. Both the capacity and the limit may be zero, in which case the IOBuffer is automatically expanded.
The capacity cannot be increased once it has been set.
The IOBuffer provides a way to access and manipulate the contained bytes using an atomic (thread-safe) method,
get(byte[] bytes) for reading the bytes, and set(byte[] bytes) for writing the bytes.
This class extends java.util.AbstractSequentialList to provide a random-access and iterator-based view into the bytes.
The contained bytes are serializable, which allows them to be stored in a java.io.Serializable object. The IOBuffer is also
bidirectional and can be used to store and retrieve bytes in both directions.
A simple example that illustrates how to use IOBuffers follows.
#include
//Read from the file
javaio.FileInputStream fis;
javaio.FileOutputStream fos;
fis = javaio.FileInputStream.newInstance(
«C:\\a.java»);
fos = javaio.FileOutputStream.newInstance(
«C:\\b.java»);
javaio.BufferedInputStream bis =
javaio.BufferedInputStream.newInstance(fis);
javaio.BufferedOutputStream bos =
javaio.BufferedOutputStream.newInstance(fos);
javaio.ByteArrayOutputStream baos =
javaio.ByteArrayOutputStream.newInstance();
javaio.ByteArrayOutputStream baos2 =
javaio.ByteArrayOutputStream.newInstance();
// store byte array in buffer
long start = System.currentTimeMillis();
javaio.IOBuffer ibuf =
javaio.IOBuffer.allocate(100);
ibuf.clear();
ibuf.put(new byte[] {0x01, 0x02, 0x03});
ibuf.flip();
byte[] b = ib eea19f52d2

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This program implements the basic equation for the reflection of a plane
polarized electromagnetic wave, which is given by

into an ellipse:

,

where

is the ellipticity of the reflected wave,

is the orientation angle of the half-wave plate,

is the angle between the directions of the electric and magnetic fields in the incident plane, and

is the angle between the directions of the electric and magnetic fields in the reflected plane.

The program illustrates the dynamic behavior of a half-wave plate. The input fields can be adjusted to specify the ellipticity of the incident plane polarized electromagnetic wave, the orientation angle of the half-wave plate, and the angle between the electric and magnetic fields in the incident plane, and the orientation angle of the half-wave plate and the angle between the electric and magnetic fields in the reflected plane.

The format of the input fields is:

(ellipse1, ellipse2, ellipse3, ellipse4, ellipse5, angle1, angle2, angle3, angle4)

For example, to specify a plane polarized wave with ellipticity 0.9, the following fields can be specified:

(0.9, 0.9, 0.9, 0.9, 0, 90, 0, 90)

For a s-polarized incident plane polarized electromagnetic wave:

(1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0)

Here, the first two fields in the list indicate the value of the ellipse1 and ellipse2. The remaining four fields indicate the orientation angle of the half-wave plate, which is set to 45 degrees. The input fields can be specified in the above list format as well. The above mentioned fields are given in radians and in the clockwise direction. For example, the s-polarized electromagnetic wave has the following ellipticity and orientation angle:

(0.9, 45)

The orientation angle of the half-wave plate is 90 degrees in the above example and can be specified as «45». By setting the half-wave plate to 45 degrees, the plane polarized incident wave is converted into a left circularly polarized electromagnetic wave with an ellipticity of 1. The orientation angle of the reflected wave can be specified as «0». The incidence angle can be specified as «0

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