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use v6;
use Test;
plan 138;
# L<S02/General radices/":10<42>">
is( :10<0>, 0, 'got the correct int value from decimal 0' );
is( :10<1>, 1, 'got the correct int value from decimal 1' );
is( :10<2>, 0d2, 'got the correct int value from decimal 2' );
is( :10<3>, 0d3, 'got the correct int value from decimal 3' );
# the answer to everything
is( 42, 0d42, '42 and 0d42 are the same' );
is( :10<42>, 42, ':10<42> and 42 are the same' );
is( :10<42>, 0d42, ':10<42> and 0d42 are the same' );
# L<S02/Conversion functions/"Think of these as setting the default radix">
# setting the default radix
{
is(:10('01110') , 0d1110, ":10('01110') is default decimal");
is(:10('0b1110'), 0b1110, ":10('0b1110') overrides default decimal");
is(:10('0x20'), 0x20, ":10('0x20') overrides default decimal");
is(:10('0o377'), 0o377, ":10('0o255') overrides default decimal");
is(:10('0d37'), 0d37, ":10('0d37') overrides default decimal");
# RT #107756
throws-like ':10(42)',
X::Numeric::Confused,
:what(42),
':10() really wants a string, not a number';
}
# L<S29/Conversions/"prefix:<:16>">
# L<S02/General radices/":16<DEAD_BEEF>">
# 0 - 9 is the same int
is(:16<0>, 0, 'got the correct int value from hex 0');
is(:16<1>, 1, 'got the correct int value from hex 1');
is(:16<2>, 2, 'got the correct int value from hex 2');
is(:16<3>, 3, 'got the correct int value from hex 3');
is(:16<4>, 4, 'got the correct int value from hex 4');
is(:16<5>, 5, 'got the correct int value from hex 5');
is(:16<6>, 6, 'got the correct int value from hex 6');
is(:16<7>, 7, 'got the correct int value from hex 7');
is(:16<8>, 8, 'got the correct int value from hex 8');
is(:16<9>, 9, 'got the correct int value from hex 9');
# check uppercase vals
is(:16<A>, 10, 'got the correct int value from hex A');
is(:16<B>, 11, 'got the correct int value from hex B');
is(:16<C>, 12, 'got the correct int value from hex C');
is(:16<D>, 13, 'got the correct int value from hex D');
is(:16<E>, 14, 'got the correct int value from hex E');
is(:16<F>, 15, 'got the correct int value from hex F');
# check lowercase vals
is(:16<a>, 10, 'got the correct int value from hex a');
is(:16<b>, 11, 'got the correct int value from hex b');
is(:16<c>, 12, 'got the correct int value from hex c');
is(:16<d>, 13, 'got the correct int value from hex d');
is(:16<e>, 14, 'got the correct int value from hex e');
is(:16<f>, 15, 'got the correct int value from hex f');
# check 2 digit numbers
is(:16<10>, 16, 'got the correct int value from hex 10');
is(:16<20>, 32, 'got the correct int value from hex 20');
is(:16<30>, 48, 'got the correct int value from hex 30');
is(:16<40>, 64, 'got the correct int value from hex 40');
is(:16<50>, 80, 'got the correct int value from hex 50');
# check 3 digit numbers
is(:16<100>, 256, 'got the correct int value from hex 100');
# check some weird versions
is(:16<FF>, 255, 'got the correct int value from hex FF');
is(:16<fF>, 255, 'got the correct int value from (mixed case) hex fF');
# some random mad up hex strings (these values are checked against perl5)
is :16<2_F_A_C_E_D>, 0x2FACED, 'got the correct int value from hex 2_F_A_C_E_D';
# L<S02/Conversion functions/"interpret leading 0b or 0d as hex digits">
is(:16('0b1110'), 0xB1110, ":16('0b1110') uses b as hex digit" );
is(:16('0d37'), 0x0D37, ":16('0d37') uses d as hex digit" );
# L<S02/Conversion functions/"Think of these as setting the default radix">
{
is :16('0d10'), 0xd10, ':16("0d..") is hex, not decimal';
is(:16('0fff'), 0xfff, ":16('0fff') defaults to hexadecimal");
is(:16('0x20'), 0x20, ":16('0x20') stays hexadecimal");
is(:16('0o377'), 0o377, ":16('0o255') converts from octal");
}
# L<S02/Exponentials/"which will be interpreted as they would outside the string">
# It seems odd that the numbers on the inside on the <> would be a mix of
# bases. Maybe I've misread the paragraph -- brian
{
is_approx(:16<dead_beef> * 16**8, :16<dead_beef*16**8>,
'Powers outside same as powers inside');
is_approx(:16<dead_beef> * 16**0, :16<dead_beef*16**0>,
'Zero powers inside');
#?rakudo skip "RT #123862 - negative radix"
is_approx(:16<dead_beef> * 16**-1, :16<dead_beef*16**-1>,
'Negative powers inside');
}
# L<S02/General radices/"Any radix may include a fractional part">
is_approx(:16<dead_beef.face>, 0xDEAD_BEEF + 0xFACE / 65536.0, 'Fractional base 16 works' );
# L<S02/General radices/":8<177777>">
# L<S29/Conversions/"prefix:<:8>">
# 0 - 7 is the same int
is(:8<0>, 0, 'got the correct int value from oct 0');
is(:8<1>, 1, 'got the correct int value from oct 1');
is(:8<2>, 2, 'got the correct int value from oct 2');
is(:8<3>, 3, 'got the correct int value from oct 3');
is(:8<4>, 4, 'got the correct int value from oct 4');
is(:8<5>, 5, 'got the correct int value from oct 5');
is(:8<6>, 6, 'got the correct int value from oct 6');
is(:8<7>, 7, 'got the correct int value from oct 7');
# check 2 digit numbers
is(:8<10>, 8, 'got the correct int value from oct 10');
is(:8<20>, 16, 'got the correct int value from oct 20');
is(:8<30>, 24, 'got the correct int value from oct 30');
is(:8<40>, 32, 'got the correct int value from oct 40');
is(:8<50>, 40, 'got the correct int value from oct 50');
# check 3 digit numbers
is(:8<100>, 64, 'got the correct int value from oct 100');
# check some weird versions
is(:8<77>, 63, 'got the correct int value from oct 77');
is(:8<377>, 255, 'got the correct int value from oct 377');
is(:8<400>, 256, 'got the correct int value from oct 400');
is(:8<177777>, 65535, 'got the correct int value from oct 177777');
is(:8<200000>, 65536, 'got the correct int value from oct 200000');
# L<S02/Conversion functions/"Think of these as setting the default radix">
# setting the default radix
#?rakudo todo "Some question of what this form should actually do RT #124561"
#?niecza todo ":radix() NYI"
{
is(:8('0b1110'), 0o14, ':8(0b1110) converts from decimal');
is(:8('0x20'), 0o32, ':8(0x20) converts from decimal');
is(:8('0o377'), 0o255, ':8(0o255) stays decimal');
is(:8('0d37'), 0o37, ':8(0d37) converts from decimal');
}
# L<S29/Conversions/"prefix:<:2>">
is(:2<0>, 0, 'got the correct int value from bin 0');
is(:2<1>, 1, 'got the correct int value from bin 1');
is(:2<10>, 2, 'got the correct int value from bin 10');
is(:2<1010>, 10, 'got the correct int value from bin 1010');
is(
:2<11111111111111111111111111111111>,
0xFFFFFFFF,
'got the correct int value from bin 11111111111111111111111111111111');
# L<S02/Conversion functions/"Think of these as setting the default radix">
# setting the default radix
{
is(:2('0b1110'), 0d14, ':2<0b1110> stays binary');
is(:2('0x20'), 0d32, ':2<0x20> converts from hexadecimal');
is(:2('0o377'), 0d255, ':2<0o255> converts from octal');
is(:2('0d37'), 0d37, ':2<0d37> converts from decimal');
}
# L<S02/Exponentials/"not clear whether the exponentiator should be 10 or the radix">
throws-like { EVAL '0b1.1e10' },
X::Syntax::Confused,
'Ambiguous, illegal syntax doesn\'t work';
# L<S02/Exponentials/"and this makes it explicit">
# probably don't need a test, but I'll write tests for any example :)
is( :2<1.1> * 2 ** 10, 1536, 'binary number to power of 2' );
is( :2<1.1> * :2<10> ** :2<10>, 6, 'multiplication and exponentiation' );
# L<S02/Exponentials/"So we write those as">
# these should be the same values as the previous tests
{
is( :2<1.1*2**10>, 1536, 'Power of two in <> works');
#?rakudo todo "Really?!"
#?niecza skip "WTF?"
is( 2«1.1*:2<10>**:2<10>», 6, 'Powers of two in <<>> works');
}
# Tests for the :x[ <list> ] notations
# L<S02/General radices/"Alternately you can use a list of values">
#?niecza skip ":radix[] NYI"
{
is( :60[12,34,56], 12 * 3600 + 34 * 60 + 56, 'List of numbers works' );
is( :100[3,'.',14,16], 3.1416, 'Decimal point in list works' );
is :100[10,10], 1010, "Adverbial form of base 100 integer works";
is :100[10,'.',10], 10.10, "Adverbial form of base 100 fraction works";
my $a = '2'; my $b = '.';
is :10[1, +$a, $b, ++$a * 2, 0], 12.6, "List of expressions works";
# Representation-stressing large radix. Do two tests in one here
# so both 32-bit and 64-bit machines are likely to fail uniformly.
#?rakudo todo "This needs an RT"
is :18446744073709551616[1,1] ~ " " ~ :4294967296[1,1], "18446744073709551617 4294967297", "32bit and 64bit large radix literals work";
}
# What follows are tests that were moved here from t/syntax/numbers/misc.t
# feel free to merge them inline into the other tests
# Ambiguity tests, see thread "Ambiguity of parsing numbers with
# underscores/methods" on p6l started by Ingo Blechschmidt:
# L<"http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl6.language/22769">
# Answer from Luke:
# I think we should go with the method call semantics in all of the ambiguous
# forms, mostly because "no such method: Int::e5" is clearer than silently
# succeeding and the error coming up somewhere else.
throws-like { 2.e123 },
X::Method::NotFound,
"2.e123 parses as method call";
throws-like { 2.foo },
X::Method::NotFound,
"2.foo parses as method call";
is +'00123', 123, "Leading zeroes stringify correctly";
throws-like { EVAL ':2<2>' },
Exception,
':2<2> is illegal';
throws-like { EVAL ':10<3a>' },
Exception,
':10<3a> is illegal';
throws-like { EVAL ':0<0>' },
X::Syntax::Number::RadixOutOfRange,
':0<...> is illegal';
for 2..36 {
is EVAL(":{$_}<11>"), $_ + 1, "Adverbial form of base $_ works";
}
# vim: ft=perl6
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