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62  package java.time.format;
63  
64  /**
65   * Enumeration of different ways to resolve dates and times.
66   * <p>
67   * Parsing a text string occurs in two phases.
68   * Phase 1 is a basic text parse according to the fields added to the builder.
69   * Phase 2 resolves the parsed field-value pairs into date and/or time objects.
70   * This style is used to control how phase 2, resolving, happens.
71   *
72   * @implSpec
73   * This is an immutable and thread-safe enum.
74   *
75   * @since 1.8
76   */
77  public enum ResolverStyle {
78  
79      /**
80       * Style to resolve dates and times strictly.
81       * <p>
82       * Using strict resolution will ensure that all parsed values are within
83       * the outer range of valid values for the field. Individual fields may
84       * be further processed for strictness.
85       * <p>
86       * For example, resolving year-month and day-of-month in the ISO calendar
87       * system using strict mode will ensure that the day-of-month is valid
88       * for the year-month, rejecting invalid values.
89       */
90      STRICT,
91      /**
92       * Style to resolve dates and times in a smart, or intelligent, manner.
93       * <p>
94       * Using smart resolution will perform the sensible default for each
95       * field, which may be the same as strict, the same as lenient, or a third
96       * behavior. Individual fields will interpret this differently.
97       * <p>
98       * For example, resolving year-month and day-of-month in the ISO calendar
99       * system using smart mode will ensure that the day-of-month is from
100      * 1 to 31, converting any value beyond the last valid day-of-month to be
101      * the last valid day-of-month.
102      */
103     SMART,
104     /**
105      * Style to resolve dates and times leniently.
106      * <p>
107      * Using lenient resolution will resolve the values in an appropriate
108      * lenient manner. Individual fields will interpret this differently.
109      * <p>
110      * For example, lenient mode allows the month in the ISO calendar system
111      * to be outside the range 1 to 12.
112      * For example, month 15 is treated as being 3 months after month 12.
113      */
114     LENIENT;
115 
116 }