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                            using System; 
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.Data.Linq;
using System.Diagnostics.CodeAnalysis; 

namespace System.Data.Linq.SqlClient { 
 
    /// 
    /// The standard SQL text for a type conversion is CONVERT([newtype],value) 
    /// Replace it with special SQL functions where necessary (e.g. char -> int uses UNICODE(value) instead).
    /// 
    internal class SqlTypeConverter : SqlVisitor {
        protected SqlFactory sql; 

        internal SqlTypeConverter(SqlFactory sql) { 
            this.sql = sql; 
        }
 
        bool StringConversionIsSafe(ProviderType oldSqlType, ProviderType newSqlType) {
            // if we are dealing with a conversion from a fixed-size string or char
            if (BothTypesAreStrings(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                    // we assume we can convert to an unknown size 
                    // we can do the conversion when both sizes are specified and the destination size is larger
                return !newSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge || OldWillFitInNew(oldSqlType, newSqlType); 
            } 

            // give the benefit of the doubt for conversion from non-string types 
            return true;
        }

        bool StringConversionIsNeeded(ProviderType oldSqlType, ProviderType newSqlType) { 
            if (BothTypesAreStrings(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                bool stringsFixedSize = oldSqlType.IsFixedSize || newSqlType.IsFixedSize; 
 
                if (!newSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge) {
                    // we assume we can convert to an unknown size 
                    return true;
                }
                else if (OldWillFitInNew(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                    // we can do the conversion when both sizes are specified and the destination size is larger 
                    // but we only need to do it when one is fixed size
                    return stringsFixedSize; 
                } else { 
                    return false;
                } 
            } else {
                return true;
            }
        } 

        [SuppressMessage("Microsoft.Performance", "CA1822:MarkMembersAsStatic", Justification="Unknown reason.")] 
        private bool OldWillFitInNew(ProviderType oldSqlType, ProviderType newSqlType) { 
            bool result = newSqlType.IsLargeType                // we can fit into a large type
                || !newSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge                 // if the type is not large, and doesn't have a size specified, assume OK 
                || (!oldSqlType.IsLargeType                     // else, if the old type isn't large
                    && oldSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge              // and both old ..
                    && newSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge              // .. and new sizes are specified
                    && newSqlType.Size >= oldSqlType.Size);     // and if the new size is larger or equal to the old, then OK 

            return result; 
        } 

        private bool BothTypesAreStrings(ProviderType oldSqlType, ProviderType newSqlType) { 
            bool result = oldSqlType.IsSameTypeFamily(sql.TypeProvider.From(typeof(string)))
                && newSqlType.IsSameTypeFamily(sql.TypeProvider.From(typeof(string)));

            return result; 
        }
 
        internal override SqlExpression VisitUnaryOperator(SqlUnary uo) { 
            uo.Operand = this.VisitExpression(uo.Operand);
            if (uo.NodeType != SqlNodeType.Convert) { 
                return uo;
            }
            ProviderType oldSqlType = uo.Operand.SqlType;
            ProviderType newSqlType = uo.SqlType; 
            Type oldClrType = TypeSystem.GetNonNullableType(uo.Operand.ClrType);
            Type newClrType = TypeSystem.GetNonNullableType(uo.ClrType); 
 
            if (newClrType == typeof(char)) {
                if (oldClrType == typeof(bool)) { 
                    throw Error.ConvertToCharFromBoolNotSupported();
                }

                if (oldSqlType.IsNumeric) { 
                    // numeric --> char
                    return sql.FunctionCall(uo.ClrType, "NCHAR", new SqlExpression[] { uo.Operand }, uo.SourceExpression); 
                } 

                if (StringConversionIsSafe(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) { 
                    if (StringConversionIsNeeded(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                        // set the new size to the (potentially smaller) oldSqlType.Size
                        uo.SetSqlType(sql.TypeProvider.From(uo.ClrType, oldSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge ? oldSqlType.Size : (int?)null));
                    } 
                } else {
                    throw Error.UnsafeStringConversion(oldSqlType.ToQueryString(), newSqlType.ToQueryString()); 
                } 
            } else if (oldClrType == typeof(char) && (oldSqlType.IsChar || oldSqlType.IsString) && newSqlType.IsNumeric) {
                // char --> int 
                return sql.FunctionCall(newClrType, sql.TypeProvider.From(typeof(int)), "UNICODE", new SqlExpression[] { uo.Operand }, uo.SourceExpression);
            } else if (newClrType == typeof(string)) {
                if (oldClrType == typeof(double)) {
                    // use longer format if it was a double in the CLR expression 
                    return ConvertDoubleToString(uo.Operand, uo.ClrType);
                } else if (oldClrType == typeof(bool)) { 
                    // use 'true' or 'false' if it was a bool in the CLR expression 
                    return ConvertBitToString(uo.Operand, uo.ClrType);
                } else if (StringConversionIsSafe(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) { 
                    if (StringConversionIsNeeded(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                        // set the new size to the (potentially smaller) oldSqlType.Size
                        uo.SetSqlType(sql.TypeProvider.From(uo.ClrType, oldSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge ? oldSqlType.Size : (int?)null));
                    } 
                } else {
                    throw Error.UnsafeStringConversion(oldSqlType.ToQueryString(), newSqlType.ToQueryString()); 
                } 
            }
            return uo; 
        }

        private SqlExpression ConvertDoubleToString(SqlExpression expr, Type resultClrType) {
            // for double we need the form CONVERT(NVARCHAR(30),...,2) to get the full precision 
            // fake up a SqlExpression for NVARCHAR(30)
            SqlExpression nvarchar = sql.FunctionCall( 
                typeof(void), "NVARCHAR", 
                new SqlExpression[] { sql.ValueFromObject(30, false, expr.SourceExpression) },
                expr.SourceExpression 
                );
            return sql.FunctionCall(
                resultClrType, "CONVERT",
                new SqlExpression[] { nvarchar, expr, sql.ValueFromObject(2, false, expr.SourceExpression) }, 
                expr.SourceExpression
                ); 
        } 

        private SqlExpression ConvertBitToString(SqlExpression expr, Type resultClrType) { 
            return new SqlSearchedCase(
                resultClrType,
                new SqlWhen[] { new SqlWhen(expr, sql.ValueFromObject(true.ToString(), false, expr.SourceExpression)) },
                sql.ValueFromObject(false.ToString(), false, expr.SourceExpression), 
                expr.SourceExpression
                ); 
        } 
    }
} 

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
using System; 
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.Data.Linq;
using System.Diagnostics.CodeAnalysis; 

namespace System.Data.Linq.SqlClient { 
 
    /// 
    /// The standard SQL text for a type conversion is CONVERT([newtype],value) 
    /// Replace it with special SQL functions where necessary (e.g. char -> int uses UNICODE(value) instead).
    /// 
    internal class SqlTypeConverter : SqlVisitor {
        protected SqlFactory sql; 

        internal SqlTypeConverter(SqlFactory sql) { 
            this.sql = sql; 
        }
 
        bool StringConversionIsSafe(ProviderType oldSqlType, ProviderType newSqlType) {
            // if we are dealing with a conversion from a fixed-size string or char
            if (BothTypesAreStrings(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                    // we assume we can convert to an unknown size 
                    // we can do the conversion when both sizes are specified and the destination size is larger
                return !newSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge || OldWillFitInNew(oldSqlType, newSqlType); 
            } 

            // give the benefit of the doubt for conversion from non-string types 
            return true;
        }

        bool StringConversionIsNeeded(ProviderType oldSqlType, ProviderType newSqlType) { 
            if (BothTypesAreStrings(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                bool stringsFixedSize = oldSqlType.IsFixedSize || newSqlType.IsFixedSize; 
 
                if (!newSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge) {
                    // we assume we can convert to an unknown size 
                    return true;
                }
                else if (OldWillFitInNew(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                    // we can do the conversion when both sizes are specified and the destination size is larger 
                    // but we only need to do it when one is fixed size
                    return stringsFixedSize; 
                } else { 
                    return false;
                } 
            } else {
                return true;
            }
        } 

        [SuppressMessage("Microsoft.Performance", "CA1822:MarkMembersAsStatic", Justification="Unknown reason.")] 
        private bool OldWillFitInNew(ProviderType oldSqlType, ProviderType newSqlType) { 
            bool result = newSqlType.IsLargeType                // we can fit into a large type
                || !newSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge                 // if the type is not large, and doesn't have a size specified, assume OK 
                || (!oldSqlType.IsLargeType                     // else, if the old type isn't large
                    && oldSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge              // and both old ..
                    && newSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge              // .. and new sizes are specified
                    && newSqlType.Size >= oldSqlType.Size);     // and if the new size is larger or equal to the old, then OK 

            return result; 
        } 

        private bool BothTypesAreStrings(ProviderType oldSqlType, ProviderType newSqlType) { 
            bool result = oldSqlType.IsSameTypeFamily(sql.TypeProvider.From(typeof(string)))
                && newSqlType.IsSameTypeFamily(sql.TypeProvider.From(typeof(string)));

            return result; 
        }
 
        internal override SqlExpression VisitUnaryOperator(SqlUnary uo) { 
            uo.Operand = this.VisitExpression(uo.Operand);
            if (uo.NodeType != SqlNodeType.Convert) { 
                return uo;
            }
            ProviderType oldSqlType = uo.Operand.SqlType;
            ProviderType newSqlType = uo.SqlType; 
            Type oldClrType = TypeSystem.GetNonNullableType(uo.Operand.ClrType);
            Type newClrType = TypeSystem.GetNonNullableType(uo.ClrType); 
 
            if (newClrType == typeof(char)) {
                if (oldClrType == typeof(bool)) { 
                    throw Error.ConvertToCharFromBoolNotSupported();
                }

                if (oldSqlType.IsNumeric) { 
                    // numeric --> char
                    return sql.FunctionCall(uo.ClrType, "NCHAR", new SqlExpression[] { uo.Operand }, uo.SourceExpression); 
                } 

                if (StringConversionIsSafe(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) { 
                    if (StringConversionIsNeeded(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                        // set the new size to the (potentially smaller) oldSqlType.Size
                        uo.SetSqlType(sql.TypeProvider.From(uo.ClrType, oldSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge ? oldSqlType.Size : (int?)null));
                    } 
                } else {
                    throw Error.UnsafeStringConversion(oldSqlType.ToQueryString(), newSqlType.ToQueryString()); 
                } 
            } else if (oldClrType == typeof(char) && (oldSqlType.IsChar || oldSqlType.IsString) && newSqlType.IsNumeric) {
                // char --> int 
                return sql.FunctionCall(newClrType, sql.TypeProvider.From(typeof(int)), "UNICODE", new SqlExpression[] { uo.Operand }, uo.SourceExpression);
            } else if (newClrType == typeof(string)) {
                if (oldClrType == typeof(double)) {
                    // use longer format if it was a double in the CLR expression 
                    return ConvertDoubleToString(uo.Operand, uo.ClrType);
                } else if (oldClrType == typeof(bool)) { 
                    // use 'true' or 'false' if it was a bool in the CLR expression 
                    return ConvertBitToString(uo.Operand, uo.ClrType);
                } else if (StringConversionIsSafe(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) { 
                    if (StringConversionIsNeeded(oldSqlType, newSqlType)) {
                        // set the new size to the (potentially smaller) oldSqlType.Size
                        uo.SetSqlType(sql.TypeProvider.From(uo.ClrType, oldSqlType.HasSizeOrIsLarge ? oldSqlType.Size : (int?)null));
                    } 
                } else {
                    throw Error.UnsafeStringConversion(oldSqlType.ToQueryString(), newSqlType.ToQueryString()); 
                } 
            }
            return uo; 
        }

        private SqlExpression ConvertDoubleToString(SqlExpression expr, Type resultClrType) {
            // for double we need the form CONVERT(NVARCHAR(30),...,2) to get the full precision 
            // fake up a SqlExpression for NVARCHAR(30)
            SqlExpression nvarchar = sql.FunctionCall( 
                typeof(void), "NVARCHAR", 
                new SqlExpression[] { sql.ValueFromObject(30, false, expr.SourceExpression) },
                expr.SourceExpression 
                );
            return sql.FunctionCall(
                resultClrType, "CONVERT",
                new SqlExpression[] { nvarchar, expr, sql.ValueFromObject(2, false, expr.SourceExpression) }, 
                expr.SourceExpression
                ); 
        } 

        private SqlExpression ConvertBitToString(SqlExpression expr, Type resultClrType) { 
            return new SqlSearchedCase(
                resultClrType,
                new SqlWhen[] { new SqlWhen(expr, sql.ValueFromObject(true.ToString(), false, expr.SourceExpression)) },
                sql.ValueFromObject(false.ToString(), false, expr.SourceExpression), 
                expr.SourceExpression
                ); 
        } 
    }
} 

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
                        

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