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-###############################################################################
-# Copyright (c) 2001, 2008 Oracle Corporation and others.
-# All rights reserved. This program and the accompanying materials
-# are made available under the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0
-# which accompanies this distribution, and is available at
-# http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html
-#
-# Contributors:
-# Oracle Corporation - initial API and implementation
-###############################################################################
-GENERAL_SYNTAX_ERROR=Syntax error in EL
-EMPTY_EL_EXPRESSION=Empty EL expression
-
-VM_ROOT_NAME_NOT_FOUND = {0} cannot be resolved
-VM_PROP_NAME_NOT_FOUND = {0} cannot be resolved as a member of {1}
-CANNOT_APPLY_OPERATORS_TO_MB=Cannot apply expression operators to method bindings
-MISSING_CLOSING_EXPR_BRACKET=Missing closing bracket on expression
-
-POSSIBLE_DIV_BY_ZERO=Possible division by zero
-UNARY_OP_EMPTY_ALWAYS_FALSE_ON_TYPE=This empty expression always evaluates to false. Only string, maps, arrays and collection have meaningful values for the empty operator
-UNARY_OP_CANNOT_COERCE_ARGUMENT_TO_BOOLEAN=Not operator does not support type coercion.
-TERNARY_OP_CANNOT_COERCE_CHOICE_TO_BOOLEAN_ID=Could not coerce choice argument to boolean
-BINARY_OP_BOTH_OPERANDS_NULL={0} with operand ''null'' is always zero
-BINARY_OP_COULD_NOT_MAKE_NUMERIC_COERCION=Could not make numeric conversion for {0} operation
-BINARY_OP_CONSTANT_EXPRESSION_ALWAYS_EVAL_SAME=This {0} will always result a value of {1}
-BINARY_OP_EQUALITY_COMP_WITH_NULL_ALWAYS_EVAL_SAME=Comparisons with null always evaluates to {0}
-BINARY_OP_CANNOT_COERCE_ARGUMENT_TO_BOOLEAN=Cannot coerce {0} argument to boolean
-BINARY_OP_FIRST_ARGUMENT_SHORT_CIRCUITS=The first boolean argument is always {0}. The second argument will never be evaluated and the {1} will always evaluate to {0}.
-BINARY_OP_SECOND_ARGUMENT_ALWAYS_EVAL_SAME=The second boolean argument is always {0}. The {1} will always evaluate to {0}
-BINARY_OP_NO_AVAILABLE_TYPE_COERCION=Cannot coerce arguments for this operator
-BINARY_OP_COULD_NOT_COERCE_LITERALS_TO_NUMBERS=Could not coerce literals to numbers
-UNARY_OP_CONSTANT_EXPRESSION_EVAL_SAME=This {0} will always result a value of {1}
-UNARY_OP_MINUS_ON_NULL_ALWAYS_ZERO=Unary minus applied to null is always zero
-UNARY_OP_COULD_NOT_MAKE_NUMERIC_COERCION=Could not make numeric conversion for {0} operation
-UNARY_OP_STRING_CONVERSION_NOT_GUARANTEED=Type coercion for {0} operator not guaranteed for possible runtime types: {1}
-TERNARY_OP_CHOICE_IS_ALWAYS_SAME=Choice argument is always {0}. {1} argument is always returned
-BINARY_OP_DOT_WITH_VALUEB_NULL=Applying the {0} operator with null second argument always results in null
-BINARY_OP_DOT_WITH_DOTTED_KEY_SHOULD_USE_ARRAY=Array syntax is preferred when accessing Map properties with keys containing dots (i.e. {0}[''{1}''])
-POSSIBLE_ARRAY_INDEX_OUT_OF_BOUNDS=Possible array index out of bound on list/array access with value: {0}
-BINARY_COMPARISON_WITH_ENUM_AND_CONST_ALWAYS_SAME=Comparison using {0} will always evaluate to {1}. Enumeration type {2} does not have a constant named {3}
-BINARY_OP_COMPARISON_OF_ENUMS_INCOMPATIBLE=Comparison of incompatible enumeration vales may cause a ClassCastException.
-BINARY_COMPARISON_WITH_TWO_ENUMS_ALWAYS_SAME=Comparison using {0} will always evaulate to {1}. Enumeration type {2} is not equality comparable with {3}
-BINARY_COMPARISON_WITH_ENUM_AND_UNCOERCABLE_NONCONST_ALWAYS_SAME=Comparison using {0} will always evaulate to {1}. Enumeration type {2} is not equality comparable with non-enumeration type {3}
-MEMBER_IS_INTERMEDIATE={0} is an intermediate property which does not have its own value associated with it. \ No newline at end of file

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