Get Percent Value
* Cobertura - http://cobertura.sourceforge.net/
* Copyright (C) 2005 Jeremy Thomerson
* Note: This file is dual licensed under the GPL and the Apache
* Source License (so that it can be used from both the main
* Cobertura classes and the ant tasks).
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* Abstract, not to be instantiated utility class for String functions.
* @author Jeremy Thomerson
public abstract class StringUtil
* Replaces all instances of "replace" with "with" from the "original"
* NOTE: it is known that a similar function is included in jdk 1.4 as replaceAll(),
* but is written here so as to allow backward compatibility to users using SDK's
* prior to 1.4
* @param original The original string to do replacement on.
* @param replace The string to replace.
* @param with The string to replace "replace" with.
* @return The replaced string.
public static String replaceAll(String original, String replace, String with)
if (original == null)
final int len = replace.length();
StringBuffer sb = new StringBuffer(original.length());
int start = 0;
int found = -1;
while ((found = original.indexOf(replace, start)) != -1)
start = found + len;
* Takes a double and turns it into a percent string.
* Ex. 0.5 turns into 50%
* @param value
* @return corresponding percent string
public static String getPercentValue(double value)
//moved from HTMLReport.getPercentValue()
value = Math.floor(value * 100) / 100; //to represent 199 covered lines from 200 as 99% covered, not 100 %
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