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use v6;
use Test;
plan 56;
# L<S32::Basics/Mu/=item defined>
=begin pod
Tests for the defined() builtin
=end pod
ok(!defined(Mu), 'Mu is not defined');
ok(!defined(Int), 'Int is not defined');
ok(!defined(Num), 'Num is not defined');
ok(!defined(Str), 'Str is not defined');
ok(defined(1), 'numeric literal 1 is defined');
ok(defined(""), 'empty string is defined');
ok(defined("a"), '"a" is defined');
ok(defined(0), 'numeric literal 0 is defined');
ok(defined(()), 'empty Parcel is defined');
ok(defined([]), 'empty Array is defined');
ok(defined({}), 'empty Hash is defined');
my $foo;
ok(!defined($foo), 'unassigned variable $foo is undefined');
$foo = 1;
ok(defined($foo), 'variable $foo is now defined (as numeric literal 1)');
$foo = "";
ok(defined($foo), 'variable $foo is now defined (as a empty string)');
$foo = Nil;
ok(!defined($foo), 'variable $foo is now undefined again');
$foo = "a";
ok(defined($foo), 'variable $foo is now defined (as string "a")');
$foo = Mu;
ok(!defined($foo), 'variable $foo is now undefined again');
$foo = "b";
ok(defined($foo), 'variable $foo is now defined (as string "b")');
$foo = 0;
ok(defined($foo), 'variable $foo is now defined (as numeric literal 0)');
{
undefine($foo);
ok(!defined($foo), 'undefine $foo works');
}
# containers
my @bax;
ok(defined(@bax), 'unassigned variable @bax is defined');
@bax = 3, 4, 5;
ok(defined(@bax), 'unassigned variable @bax is defined');
@bax = Nil;
ok(defined(@bax), 'variable @bax is defined after assigning Nil');
# try the invocant syntax
{
my Mu $foo;
ok(!$foo.defined, 'unassigned variable $foo is undefined');
$foo = 1;
ok($foo.defined, 'variable $foo is now defined (as numeric literal 1)');
$foo = "";
ok($foo.defined, 'variable $foo is now defined (as a empty string)');
$foo = Nil;
ok(!$foo.defined, 'variable $foo is now undefined again');
$foo = "a";
ok($foo.defined, 'variable $foo is now defined (as string "a")');
$foo = Mu;
ok(!$foo.defined, 'variable $foo is now undefined again');
$foo = "b";
ok($foo.defined, 'variable $foo is now defined (as string "b")');
$foo = 0;
ok($foo.defined, 'variable $foo is now defined (as numeric literal 0)');
{
undefine($foo);
ok(!$foo.defined, 'undefine $foo works');
}
}
# RT #81352
# Ensure that we always get Bools
{
isa_ok defined(Mu), Bool, 'defined(Mu) returns a Bool';
isa_ok Mu.defined, Bool, 'Mu.defined returns a Bool';
isa_ok defined(Int), Bool, 'defined(Int) returns a Bool';
isa_ok Int.defined, Bool, 'Int.defined returns a Bool';
isa_ok defined(1), Bool, 'defined(1) returns a Bool';
isa_ok 1.defined, Bool, '1.defined returns a Bool';
isa_ok defined("a"), Bool, 'defined("a") returns a Bool';
isa_ok "a".defined, Bool, '"a".defined returns a Bool';
isa_ok defined(()), Bool, 'defined(()) returns a Bool';
isa_ok ().defined, Bool, '().defined returns a Bool';
isa_ok defined({}), Bool, 'defined({}) returns a Bool';
isa_ok {}.defined, Bool, '{}.defined returns a Bool';
my $bar;
isa_ok defined($bar), Bool, 'defined($bar) with $bar unset returns a Bool';
isa_ok $bar.defined, Bool, '$bar.defined with $bar unset returns a Bool';
$bar = "";
isa_ok defined($bar), Bool, 'defined($bar) with $bar eq "" returns a Bool';
isa_ok $bar.defined, Bool, '$bar.defined with $bar eq "" returns a Bool';
$bar = 7;
isa_ok defined($bar), Bool, 'defined($bar) with $bar == 7 returns a Bool';
isa_ok $bar.defined, Bool, '$bar.defined with $bar == 7 returns a Bool';
$bar = Mu;
isa_ok defined($bar), Bool, 'defined($bar) with $bar set to Mu returns a Bool';
isa_ok $bar.defined, Bool, '$bar.defined with $bar set to Mu returns a Bool';
}
# While porting a Perl 5 solution to QoTW regular #24, I noticed the following bug:
# my %a = (a => 1);
# defined %a{"b"}; # true!
my %a = (a => 1);
ok defined(%a{"a"}), "defined on a hash with parens (1)";
ok !defined(%a{"b"}), "defined on a hash with parens (2)";
# RT #76448
ok defined('a' => 5) ~~ Bool, 'defined is a listop, not a prefix op';
ok &defined, '&defined is available';
# vim: ft=perl6
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