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use v6;
use Test;
plan 41;
# L<S04/The Relationship of Blocks and Declarations/There is a new state declarator that introduces>
# RT #67040 -- state initialized with //= instead of =
# (I've put this test here since it gets buggered by later tests
# unless RT #67058 has been fixed.)
{
sub rt67040 {
state $x //= 17;
$x++;
return $x;
}
is rt67040(), 18, 'Assignment to state variable with //= works.';
is rt67040(), 19, 'Assignment to state variable with //= happens once.';
}
# state() inside subs
{
sub inc () {
state $svar;
$svar++;
return $svar;
};
is(inc(), 1, "state() works inside subs (first)");
is(inc(), 2, "state() works inside subs (second)");
is(inc(), 3, "state() works inside subs (#3)");
}
# state() inside coderefs
# L<S04/Phasers/"semantics to any initializer, so this also works">
#?DOES 1
{
my $gen = {
# Note: The following line is only executed once, because it's equivalent
# to
# state $svar will first { 42 };
state $svar = 42;
my $ret = { $svar++ };
};
my $a = $gen(); # $svar == 42
$a(); $a(); # $svar == 44
my $b = $gen(); # $svar == 44
is $b(), 44, "state() works inside coderefs";
}
# state() inside for-loops
{
for 1,2,3 -> $val {
state $svar;
$svar++;
# Only check on last run
if $val == 3 {
is $svar, 3, "state() works inside for-loops";
}
}
}
# state with arrays.
{
my @bar = 1,2,3;
sub swatest {
state (@foo) = @bar;
my $x = @foo.join('|');
@foo[0]++;
return $x
}
is swatest(), '1|2|3', 'array state initialized correctly';
is swatest(), '2|2|3', 'array state retained between calls';
}
# state with arrays.
{
sub swainit_sub { 1,2,3 }
sub swatest2 {
state (@foo) = swainit_sub();
my $x = @foo.join('|');
@foo[0]++;
return $x
}
is swatest2(), '1|2|3', 'array state initialized from call correctly';
is swatest2(), '2|2|3', 'array state retained between calls';
}
# (state @foo) = @bar differs from state @foo = @bar
{
my @bar = 1,2,3;
sub swatest3 {
(state @foo) = @bar;
my $x = @foo.join('|');
@foo[0]++;
return $x
}
is swatest3(), '1|2|3', '(state @foo) = @bar is not state @foo = @bar';
is swatest3(), '1|2|3', '(state @foo) = @bar is not state @foo = @bar';
}
# RHS of state is only run once per init
{
my $rhs_calls = 0;
sub impure_rhs {
state $x = do { $rhs_calls++ } #OK not used
}
impure_rhs() for 1..3;
is $rhs_calls, 1, 'RHS of state $x = ... only called once';
}
# L<http://www.nntp.perl.org/group/perl.perl6.language/20888>
# ("Re: Declaration and definition of state() vars" from Larry)
{
my ($a, $b);
my $gen = {
(state $svar) = 42;
-> { $svar++ };
};
$a = $gen(); # $svar == 42
$a(); $a(); # $svar == 44
$b = $gen()(); # $svar == 42
is $b, 42, "state() and parens"; # svar == 43
}
# state() inside regular expressions
#?rakudo todo 'embedded closures in regexen'
#?niecza skip ':Perl5'
#?DOES 1
{
my $str = "abc";
my $re = {
# Perl 5 RE, as we don't want to force people to install Parrot ATM. (The
# test passes when using the Perl 6 RE, too.)
$str ~~ s:Perl5/^(.)/{
state $svar;
++$svar;
}/;
};
$re();
$re();
$re();
is +$str, 3, "state() inside regular expressions works";
}
# state() inside subs, chained declaration
{
sub step () {
state $svar = state $svar2 = 42;
$svar++;
$svar2--;
return (+$svar, +$svar2);
};
is(step().join('|'), "43|41", "chained state (1)");
is(step().join('|'), "44|40", "chained state (2)");
}
# state in cloned closures
#?DOES 4
{
for <first second> {
my $code = {
state $foo = 42;
++$foo;
};
is $code(), 43, "state was initialized properly ($_ time)";
is $code(), 44, "state keeps its value across calls ($_ time)";
}
}
# state with multiple explicit calls to clone - a little bit subtle
#?DOES 3
{
my $i = 0;
my $func = { state $x = $i++; $x };
my ($a, $b) = $func.clone, $func.clone;
is $a(), 0, 'state was initialized correctly for clone 1';
#?niecza todo
is $b(), 1, 'state was initialized correctly for clone 2';
is $a(), 0, 'state between clones is independent';
}
# recursive state with list assignment initialization happens only first time
#?DOES 2
{
my $seensize;
my sub fib (Int $n) {
state @seen = 0,1,1;
$seensize = +@seen;
@seen[$n] //= fib($n-1) + fib($n-2);
}
is fib(10), 55, "fib 10 works";
is $seensize, 10, "list assignment state in fib memoizes";
}
# recursive state with [list] assignment initialization happens only first time
#?DOES 2
{
my $seensize;
my sub fib (Int $n) {
state $seen = [0,1,1];
$seensize = +@$seen;
$seen[$n] //= fib($n-1) + fib($n-2);
}
is fib(10), 55, "fib 2 works";
is $seensize, 10, "[list] assignment state in fib memoizes";
}
#?rakudo skip 'parse error'
#?DOES 4
{
# now we're just being plain evil:
subset A of Int where { $_ < state $x++ };
my A $y = -4;
# the compiler could have done some checks somehwere, so
# pick a reasonably high number
dies_ok { $y = 900000 }, 'growing subset types rejects too high values';
lives_ok { $y = 1 }, 'the state variable in subset types works (1)';
lives_ok { $y = 2 }, 'the state variable in subset types works (2)';
lives_ok { $y = 3 }, 'the state variable in subset types works (3)';
}
# Test for RT #67058
sub bughunt1 { (state $svar) } #OK not used
{
sub bughunt2 { state $x //= 17; ++$x }
is bughunt2(), 18,
'a state variable in parens works with a state variable with //= init';
}
# RT #115614
#?rakudo skip 'RT #115614'
{
lives_ok { state $i++ }, 'can parse "state $i++"';
}
#?rakudo skip 'parse error'
#?DOES 1
{
# http://irclog.perlgeek.de/perl6/2010-04-27#i_2269848
my @tracker;
for (1..3) {
my $x = sub { state $s++; @tracker.push: $s }
$x();
};
is @tracker.join('|'), '1|1|1',
'state var in anonymous closure in loop is not shared';
}
# niecza regression: state not working at top level
eval_lives_ok 'state $x; $x', 'state outside control structure';
#?rakudo todo 'initialization happens only on first call(?)'
{
sub f($x) {
return if $x;
state $y = 5;
$y;
}
f(1);
is f(0), 5, 'initialization not reached on first run of the functions';
}
{
sub r {
state ($a, $b) = (5, 42);
$a++; $b--;
"$a $b"
}
r();
is r(), '7 40', 'state vars and list assignment mixes';
}
{
my $x = 1;
sub foo() { state $ = $x++ };
is foo(), 1, 'anonymous state variable (1)';
is foo(), 1, 'anonymous state variable (2)';
}
# vim: ft=perl6
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