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using System.Collections.Generic; 
using System.Data.Common.Utils.Boolean;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Data.Common.Utils;
using System.Data.Metadata.Edm; 

namespace System.Data.Mapping.ViewGeneration.Structures { 
 
    using WrapperBoolExpr    = BoolExpr;
    using WrapperTreeExpr    = TreeExpr; 
    using WrapperAndExpr     = AndExpr;
    using WrapperOrExpr      = OrExpr;
    using WrapperNotExpr     = NotExpr;
    using WrapperTermExpr    = TermExpr; 
    using WrapperTrueExpr    = TrueExpr;
    using WrapperFalseExpr   = FalseExpr; 
 
    internal partial class CellTreeNode {
 
        #region Abstract Visitors
        // Abstract visitor implementation for Cell trees
        // TOutput is the return type of the visitor and TInput is a single
        // parameter that can be passed in 
        internal abstract class CellTreeVisitor {
            internal abstract TOutput VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, TInput param); 
            internal abstract TOutput VisitUnion(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param); 
            internal abstract TOutput VisitInnerJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param);
            internal abstract TOutput VisitLeftOuterJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param); 
            internal abstract TOutput VisitFullOuterJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param);
            internal abstract TOutput VisitLeftAntiSemiJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param);
        }
 
        // Another abstract visitor that does not distinguish between different
        // operation nodes 
        internal abstract class SimpleCellTreeVisitor { 
            internal abstract TOutput VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, TInput param);
            internal abstract TOutput VisitOpNode(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param); 
        }
        #endregion

        #region Default CellTree Visitor 
        // Default visitor implementation for CellTreeVisitor
        // TInput is the type of the parameter that can be passed in to each visit 
        // Returns a CellTreeVisitor as output 
        private class DefaultCellTreeVisitor : CellTreeVisitor {
 
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, TInput param) {
                return node;
            }
 
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitUnion(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) {
                return AcceptChildren(node, param); 
            } 

            internal override CellTreeNode VisitInnerJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) { 
                return AcceptChildren(node, param);
            }

            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeftOuterJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) { 
                return AcceptChildren(node, param);
            } 
 
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitFullOuterJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) {
                return AcceptChildren(node, param); 
            }

            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeftAntiSemiJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) {
                return AcceptChildren(node, param); 
            }
 
            private OpCellTreeNode AcceptChildren(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) { 
                List newChildren = new List();
                foreach (CellTreeNode child in node.Children) { 
                    newChildren.Add(child.Accept(this, param));
                }
                return new OpCellTreeNode(node.CellNormalizer, node.OpType, newChildren);
            } 
        }
        #endregion 
 

        #region Flattening Visitor 
        // Flattens the tree, i.e., pushes up nodes that just have just one child
        private class FlatteningVisitor : SimpleCellTreeVisitor {
            #region Constructor/Fields/Invocation
            protected FlatteningVisitor() { 
            }
 
            // effects: Flattens node and returns a new tree that is flattened 
            internal static CellTreeNode Flatten(CellTreeNode node) {
                FlatteningVisitor visitor = new FlatteningVisitor(); 
                return node.Accept(visitor, true);
            }
            #endregion
 
            #region Visitors
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) { 
                return node; 
            }
 
            // effects: Visits an internal Op node and processes it
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitOpNode(OpCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) {
                // Flatten the children first
                List flattenedChildren = new List(); 
                foreach (CellTreeNode child in node.Children) {
                    CellTreeNode flattenedChild = child.Accept(this, dummy); 
                    flattenedChildren.Add(flattenedChild); 
                }
 
                Debug.Assert(flattenedChildren.Count >= 1, "node must have more than 1 child and be an OpCellTreeNode");
                // If only one child, return that
                if (flattenedChildren.Count == 1) {
                    return flattenedChildren[0]; 
                }
 
                Debug.Assert(flattenedChildren.Count > 1, "Opnode has 0 children?"); 
                Debug.Assert(node.OpType != CellTreeOpType.Leaf, "Wrong op type for operation node");
 
                OpCellTreeNode result = new OpCellTreeNode(node.CellNormalizer, node.OpType, flattenedChildren);
                return result;
            }
            #endregion 
        }
        #endregion 
 
        #region AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor
        // Flattens associative ops and single children nodes. Like the 
        // FlatteningVisitor, it gets rid of the single children
        // nodes. Furthermore, it also collapses nodes of associative operations,
        // i.e., A IJ (B IJ C) is changed to A IJ B IJ C
        private class AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor : SimpleCellTreeVisitor { 
            #region Constructor/Fields/Invocation
            private AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor() { 
            } 

            internal static CellTreeNode Flatten(CellTreeNode node) { 
                // First do simple flattening and then associative op flattening
                CellTreeNode newNode = FlatteningVisitor.Flatten(node);
                AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor visitor = new AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor();
                return newNode.Accept(visitor, true); 
            }
            #endregion 
 
            #region Visitors
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) { 
                return node;
            }

            internal override CellTreeNode VisitOpNode(OpCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) { 
                List flattenedChildren = new List();
                // Flatten the children first 
                foreach (CellTreeNode child in node.Children) { 
                    CellTreeNode flattenedChild = child.Accept(this, dummy);
                    flattenedChildren.Add(flattenedChild); 
                }

                Debug.Assert(flattenedChildren.Count > 1, "node must have more than 1 child and be an OpCellTreeNode");
 
                // If this op is associative and a child's OP is the same as this
                // op, add those to be this nodes children 
                List finalChildren = flattenedChildren; 
                if (CellTreeNode.IsAssociativeOp(node.OpType)) {
                    finalChildren = new List(); 
                    foreach (CellTreeNode child in flattenedChildren) {
                        if (child.OpType == node.OpType) {
                            finalChildren.AddRange(child.Children);
                        } else { 
                            finalChildren.Add(child);
                        } 
                    } 
                }
 
                OpCellTreeNode result = new OpCellTreeNode(node.CellNormalizer, node.OpType, finalChildren);
                return result;
            }
            #endregion 
        }
        #endregion 
 
        #region LeafVisitor
        // This visitor returns all the leaf tree nodes in this 
        private class LeafVisitor : SimpleCellTreeVisitor> {

            private LeafVisitor() { }
 
            internal static List GetLeaves(CellTreeNode node) {
                LeafVisitor visitor = new LeafVisitor(); 
                IEnumerable leaves = node.Accept>(visitor, true); 
                return new List(leaves);
            } 

            internal override IEnumerable VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) {
                yield return node.LeftCellWrapper;
            } 

            internal override IEnumerable VisitOpNode(OpCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) { 
                foreach (CellTreeNode child in node.Children) { 
                    IEnumerable children = child.Accept>(this, dummy);
                    foreach (LeftCellWrapper wrapper in children) { 
                        yield return wrapper;
                    }
                }
            } 
       }
        #endregion 
    } 
}

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
//---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
// 
//      Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
// 
// 
// @owner [....]
// @backupOwner [....] 
//--------------------------------------------------------------------- 

using System.Collections.Generic; 
using System.Data.Common.Utils.Boolean;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Data.Common.Utils;
using System.Data.Metadata.Edm; 

namespace System.Data.Mapping.ViewGeneration.Structures { 
 
    using WrapperBoolExpr    = BoolExpr;
    using WrapperTreeExpr    = TreeExpr; 
    using WrapperAndExpr     = AndExpr;
    using WrapperOrExpr      = OrExpr;
    using WrapperNotExpr     = NotExpr;
    using WrapperTermExpr    = TermExpr; 
    using WrapperTrueExpr    = TrueExpr;
    using WrapperFalseExpr   = FalseExpr; 
 
    internal partial class CellTreeNode {
 
        #region Abstract Visitors
        // Abstract visitor implementation for Cell trees
        // TOutput is the return type of the visitor and TInput is a single
        // parameter that can be passed in 
        internal abstract class CellTreeVisitor {
            internal abstract TOutput VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, TInput param); 
            internal abstract TOutput VisitUnion(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param); 
            internal abstract TOutput VisitInnerJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param);
            internal abstract TOutput VisitLeftOuterJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param); 
            internal abstract TOutput VisitFullOuterJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param);
            internal abstract TOutput VisitLeftAntiSemiJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param);
        }
 
        // Another abstract visitor that does not distinguish between different
        // operation nodes 
        internal abstract class SimpleCellTreeVisitor { 
            internal abstract TOutput VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, TInput param);
            internal abstract TOutput VisitOpNode(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param); 
        }
        #endregion

        #region Default CellTree Visitor 
        // Default visitor implementation for CellTreeVisitor
        // TInput is the type of the parameter that can be passed in to each visit 
        // Returns a CellTreeVisitor as output 
        private class DefaultCellTreeVisitor : CellTreeVisitor {
 
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, TInput param) {
                return node;
            }
 
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitUnion(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) {
                return AcceptChildren(node, param); 
            } 

            internal override CellTreeNode VisitInnerJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) { 
                return AcceptChildren(node, param);
            }

            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeftOuterJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) { 
                return AcceptChildren(node, param);
            } 
 
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitFullOuterJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) {
                return AcceptChildren(node, param); 
            }

            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeftAntiSemiJoin(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) {
                return AcceptChildren(node, param); 
            }
 
            private OpCellTreeNode AcceptChildren(OpCellTreeNode node, TInput param) { 
                List newChildren = new List();
                foreach (CellTreeNode child in node.Children) { 
                    newChildren.Add(child.Accept(this, param));
                }
                return new OpCellTreeNode(node.CellNormalizer, node.OpType, newChildren);
            } 
        }
        #endregion 
 

        #region Flattening Visitor 
        // Flattens the tree, i.e., pushes up nodes that just have just one child
        private class FlatteningVisitor : SimpleCellTreeVisitor {
            #region Constructor/Fields/Invocation
            protected FlatteningVisitor() { 
            }
 
            // effects: Flattens node and returns a new tree that is flattened 
            internal static CellTreeNode Flatten(CellTreeNode node) {
                FlatteningVisitor visitor = new FlatteningVisitor(); 
                return node.Accept(visitor, true);
            }
            #endregion
 
            #region Visitors
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) { 
                return node; 
            }
 
            // effects: Visits an internal Op node and processes it
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitOpNode(OpCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) {
                // Flatten the children first
                List flattenedChildren = new List(); 
                foreach (CellTreeNode child in node.Children) {
                    CellTreeNode flattenedChild = child.Accept(this, dummy); 
                    flattenedChildren.Add(flattenedChild); 
                }
 
                Debug.Assert(flattenedChildren.Count >= 1, "node must have more than 1 child and be an OpCellTreeNode");
                // If only one child, return that
                if (flattenedChildren.Count == 1) {
                    return flattenedChildren[0]; 
                }
 
                Debug.Assert(flattenedChildren.Count > 1, "Opnode has 0 children?"); 
                Debug.Assert(node.OpType != CellTreeOpType.Leaf, "Wrong op type for operation node");
 
                OpCellTreeNode result = new OpCellTreeNode(node.CellNormalizer, node.OpType, flattenedChildren);
                return result;
            }
            #endregion 
        }
        #endregion 
 
        #region AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor
        // Flattens associative ops and single children nodes. Like the 
        // FlatteningVisitor, it gets rid of the single children
        // nodes. Furthermore, it also collapses nodes of associative operations,
        // i.e., A IJ (B IJ C) is changed to A IJ B IJ C
        private class AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor : SimpleCellTreeVisitor { 
            #region Constructor/Fields/Invocation
            private AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor() { 
            } 

            internal static CellTreeNode Flatten(CellTreeNode node) { 
                // First do simple flattening and then associative op flattening
                CellTreeNode newNode = FlatteningVisitor.Flatten(node);
                AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor visitor = new AssociativeOpFlatteningVisitor();
                return newNode.Accept(visitor, true); 
            }
            #endregion 
 
            #region Visitors
            internal override CellTreeNode VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) { 
                return node;
            }

            internal override CellTreeNode VisitOpNode(OpCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) { 
                List flattenedChildren = new List();
                // Flatten the children first 
                foreach (CellTreeNode child in node.Children) { 
                    CellTreeNode flattenedChild = child.Accept(this, dummy);
                    flattenedChildren.Add(flattenedChild); 
                }

                Debug.Assert(flattenedChildren.Count > 1, "node must have more than 1 child and be an OpCellTreeNode");
 
                // If this op is associative and a child's OP is the same as this
                // op, add those to be this nodes children 
                List finalChildren = flattenedChildren; 
                if (CellTreeNode.IsAssociativeOp(node.OpType)) {
                    finalChildren = new List(); 
                    foreach (CellTreeNode child in flattenedChildren) {
                        if (child.OpType == node.OpType) {
                            finalChildren.AddRange(child.Children);
                        } else { 
                            finalChildren.Add(child);
                        } 
                    } 
                }
 
                OpCellTreeNode result = new OpCellTreeNode(node.CellNormalizer, node.OpType, finalChildren);
                return result;
            }
            #endregion 
        }
        #endregion 
 
        #region LeafVisitor
        // This visitor returns all the leaf tree nodes in this 
        private class LeafVisitor : SimpleCellTreeVisitor> {

            private LeafVisitor() { }
 
            internal static List GetLeaves(CellTreeNode node) {
                LeafVisitor visitor = new LeafVisitor(); 
                IEnumerable leaves = node.Accept>(visitor, true); 
                return new List(leaves);
            } 

            internal override IEnumerable VisitLeaf(LeafCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) {
                yield return node.LeftCellWrapper;
            } 

            internal override IEnumerable VisitOpNode(OpCellTreeNode node, bool dummy) { 
                foreach (CellTreeNode child in node.Children) { 
                    IEnumerable children = child.Accept>(this, dummy);
                    foreach (LeftCellWrapper wrapper in children) { 
                        yield return wrapper;
                    }
                }
            } 
       }
        #endregion 
    } 
}

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