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use v6;
use Test;
=begin pod
=head1 String interpolation
These tests derived from comments in L<http://use.perl.org/~autrijus/journal/23398>
=end pod
plan 44;
my $world = "World";
my $number = 1;
my @list = (1,2);
my %hash = (1=>2);
sub func { return "func-y town" }
sub func_w_args($x,$y) { return "[$x][$y]" }
# Double quotes
is("Hello $world", 'Hello World', 'double quoted string interpolation works');
is("@list[]\ 3 4", '1 2 3 4', 'double quoted list interpolation works');
is("@list 3 4", '@list 3 4', 'array without empty square brackets does not interpolate');
#?niecza todo 'No value for parameter \$index in postcircumfix:<{ }>'
is("%hash{}", "1\t2", 'hash interpolation works');
is("%hash", '%hash', 'hash interpolation does not work if not followed by {}');
#?niecza skip 'Action method escape:sym<&> not yet implemented'
is("Wont you take me to &func()", 'Wont you take me to func-y town', 'closure interpolation');
is("2 + 2 = { 2+2 }", '2 + 2 = 4', 'double quoted closure interpolation works');
#?niecza skip 'Action method escape:sym<&> not yet implemented'
is("&func() is where I live", 'func-y town is where I live', "make sure function interpolation doesn't eat all trailing whitespace");
is("$number {$number}", '1 1', 'number inside and outside closure works');
is("$number {my $number=2}", '1 2', 'local version of number in closure works');
is("$number {my $number=2} $number", '1 2 1', 'original number still available after local version in closure: works' );
#?pugs skip '?'
{
is "$(my $x = 2) $x", '2 2', 'Variable should interpolate and still be available in the outer scope.';
is("$(my $y = 2)" ~ $y, '22', 'Variable should interpolate and still be available in the outer scope.');
}
# L<S02/Names and Variables/form of each subscript>
is("&func. () is where I live", '&func. () is where I live', '"&func. ()" should not interpolate');
#?niecza skip 'Action method escape:sym<&> not yet implemented'
is("&func_w_args("foo","bar"))", '[foo][bar])', '"&func_w_args(...)" should interpolate');
# L<S02/Method calls/"In order to interpolate the result of a method call">
is("$world.chars()", '5', 'method calls with parens should interpolate');
is("$world.chars", 'World.chars', 'method calls without parens should not interpolate');
is("$world.flip.chars()", '5', 'cascade of argumentless methods, last ending in paren');
is("$world.substr(0,1)", 'W', 'method calls with parens and args should interpolate');
# Single quotes
# XXX the next tests will always succeed even if '' interpolation is buggy
is('Hello $world', 'Hello $world', 'single quoted string interpolation does not work (which is correct)');
is('2 + 2 = { 2+2 }', '2 + 2 = { 2+2 }', 'single quoted closure interpolation does not work (which is correct)');
is('$world @list[] %hash{} &func()', '$world @list[] %hash{} &func()', 'single quoted string interpolation does not work (which is correct)');
# Corner-cases
is("Hello $world!", "Hello World!", "! is not a part of var names");
sub list_count (*@args) { +@args }
is(list_count("@list[]"), 1, 'quoted interpolation gets string context');
#?niecza todo 'apparently curly brace delimiters DO interfere with closure interpolation'
is(qq{a{chr 98}c}, 'abc', "curly brace delimiters don't interfere with closure interpolation");
# Quoting constructs
# The next test will always succeed, but if there's a bug it probably
# won't compile.
#?pugs 3 skip 'parsefail'
is(Q"abc\\d\\'\/", Q"abc\\d\\'\/", "raw quotation works");
is(q"abc\\d\"\'\/", Q|abc\d"\'\/|, "single quotation works"); #"
is(qq"abc\\d\"\'\/", Q|abc\d"'/|, "double quotation works"); #"
#?rakudo 3 skip 'qa qb and array/hash interpolation'
#?pugs skip 'parsefail'
is(qa"$world @list[] %hash{}", Q"$world 1 2 %hash{}", "only interpolate array");
is(qb"$world \\\"\n\t", "\$world \\\"\n\t", "only interpolate backslash");
is('$world \qq[@list[]] %hash{}', '$world 1 2 %hash{}', "interpolate quoting constructs in ''");
is(" \c[111] \c[107] ", ' o k ', "\\c[] respects whitespaces around it");
# L<S02/Radix interpolation/separating the numbers with comma:>
is("x \x[41,42,43] x", "x ABC x", "\\x[] allows multiple chars (1)");
is("x \x[41,42,00043] x", "x ABC x", "\\x[] allows multiple chars (2)"); #OK not indicate octal
#?pugs todo
is("x \x[ 41, 42, 43 ] x", "x ABC x", "\\x[] allows multiple chars with white space");
is("x \c[65,66,67] x", "x ABC x", "\\c[] allows multiple chars (1)");
is("x \c[65,66,000067] x", "x ABC x", "\\c[] allows multiple chars (2)"); #OK not indicate octal
#?pugs todo
is("x \c[ 65, 66, 67 ] x", "x ABC x", "\\c[] allows multiple chars with white space");
is("x \x[41,42,43]] x", "x ABC] x", "\\x[] should not eat following ]s");
is("x \c[65,66,67]] x", "x ABC] x", "\\c[] should not eat following ]s");
# L<S12/Fancy method calls/Within an interpolation, the double-quoted form>
#?pugs skip 'parsefail'
{
class InterpolationTest {
method f { 'int' }
}
my $x = InterpolationTest.new;
# ORLY, STD.pm parses that as an indirect method call. It will warn,
# but strictly speaking it's legal.
is "|$x.'f'()|", '|int|', #OK use of quotes
'interpolation of indirect method calls (different quotes)';
is "|$x."f"()|", '|int|', #OK use of quotes
'interpolation of indirect method calls (same quotes)';
eval_dies_ok q["|$x."f "()"], '... but whitespaces are not allowed';
}
# RT # 104594
# rakudo had some trouble with lexicals from inside interpolated blocks
{
sub t($p) { t $p-1 if $p-1 > 0; return "{$p}" };
is t(3), 3, 'variables interpoalted into blocks and recursion interact nicely';
}
# vim: ft=perl6
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