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java - How to get string.format to complain at compile time

问题描述:

The compiler has access to the format string AND the required types and parameters. So I assume there would be some way to indicate missing parameters for the varargs ... even if only for a subset of cases. Is there someway for eclipse or another ide to indicate that the varargs passed might cause a problem at runtime ?

网友答案:

It looks as if FindBugs can solve your problem. There are some warning categories related to format strings.

  • http://www.google.com/search?q=%2Bjava+%2Bprintf+%2Bfindbugs
  • http://findbugs.sourceforge.net/bugDescriptions.html#VA_FORMAT_STRING_MISSING_ARGUMENT
网友答案:

The Java compiler doesn't have any built-in semantic knowledge of StringFormat parameters, so it can't check on these at compile time. For all it knows, StringFormat is just another class and String.format is just another method, and the given format string is just another string like any other.

But yeah, I feel your pain, having come across these same problems in the past couple days. What they ought to have done is make it 'less careful' about the number of parameters, and just leave trailing %s markers un-replaced.

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