public class LoaderFLF
- extends java.lang.Object
Loader for FLF (Fast Loading Files) data format.
FLF is a simple (text-based) format that is optimized to allow fast loading. In addition to regualar ASCII text formats it contains metainformation that allow the program to pre-allocate buffers and there is no need for type guessing. The actual format is line-based and starts with FLF1 magic line followed by headers. Those are terminated by an empty line which is followed byt he actual data.
(as many lines as there are records)
INT - integer, no TSP
FLT - float, no TSP
PLN - polygons, no TSP (for data format see below)
FAC - factor
the data consist of level indices (starting at 0); -1 denotes NA
The flag @ after a type denotes that there are missing values.
Any data beyond the last record of the last field are silently discarded.
PLN - polygons, no TSP
data are more tricky:
<# of segments (polygons) for this case> (-1 = NA, structures below are not stored then; currently 0 is silently converted to -1)
<# of points in this poly>
(currently ignored and should be always "L" = land; later may be "W" for water etc. )
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public int load(java.io.File f,