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use v6;
use Test;
# L<S03/List prefix precedence/The list contextualizer>
{
my $a = 3;
my $b = 2;
my $c = 1;
# I'm not sure that smart matching is the best operation for comparison here
# There might be a more specific way to check that prevents false matching
isa_ok(list($a).WHAT, List, 'list(values) returns nothing more than a List');
isa_ok(@($a).WHAT, List, '@(values) returns nothing more than a List');
isa_ok((list $a).WHAT, List, '(list values) returns nothing more than a List');
# These are all no-ops but still need to work correctly
isa_ok(list($a, $b, $c).WHAT, List, 'list(values) returns nothing more than a List');
isa_ok(@($a, $b, $c).WHAT, List, '@(values) returns nothing more than a List');
isa_ok((list $a, $b, $c).WHAT, List, '(list values) returns nothing more than a List');
is((list $a, $b, $c), ($a, $b, $c), 'list($a, $b, $c) is ($a, $b, $c)');
is(@($a, $b, $c), ($a, $b, $c), '@($a, $b, $c) is ($a, $b, $c)');
# Test the only difference between @() and list()
is(list(), (), 'list() should return an empty list');
'foo' ~~ /(o)o/; # run a regex so we have $/ below
#?rakudo skip '@() not implemented'
is(@(), @($/), '@() should be the same as @($/)');
}
# L<S03/List prefix precedence/The item contextualizer>
# L<S02/Lists/To force a non-flattening item context>
{
my $a = 3;
my $b = 2;
is(~(item $a).WHAT, ~$a.WHAT, '(item $a).WHAT matches $a.WHAT');
is((item $a), $a, 'item $a is just $a');
is(item($a), $a, 'item($a) is just $a');
is($($a), $a, '$($a) is just $a');
isa_ok((item $a, $b).WHAT, Seq, '(item $a, $b) makes a Seq');
isa_ok(item($a, $b).WHAT, Seq, 'item $a, $b makes a Seq');
isa_ok($($a, $b).WHAT, Seq, '$ $a, $b makes a Seq');
my @array = ($a, $b);
is((item $a, $b), @array, 'item($a, $b) is the same as <<$a $b>> in an array');
}
{
# Most of these tests pass in Rakudo, but we must compare with
# eqv instead of eq, since the order of hashes is not guaranteed
# with eq. eqv does guarantee the order.
# also, we assign to a hash since rakudo does not recognize
# {} as a hash constructor and () does not make a hash
ok(%('a', 1, 'b', 2) eqv {a => 1, b => 2}, '%(values) builds a hash');
ok(hash('a', 1, 'b', 2) eqv {a => 1, b => 2}, 'hash(values) builds a hash');
ok((hash 'a', 1, 'b', 2) eqv {a => 1, b => 2}, 'hash values builds a hash');
eval_dies_ok('hash("a")', 'building a hash of one item fails');
}
# L<S03/"Changes to Perl 5 operators"/Perl 5's ${...}, @{...}, %{...}, etc>
# ^ non-breaking space
# Deprecated P5 dereferencing operators:
{
my $scalar = 'abcd';
eval_dies_ok('${$scalar}', 'Perl 5 form of ${$scalar} dies');
my $array = [1, 2, 3];
eval_dies_ok('@{$array}', 'Perl 5 form of @{$array} dies');
my $hash = {a => 1, b => 2, c => 3};
eval_dies_ok('%{$hash}', 'Perl 5 form of %{$hash} dies');
}
eval_dies_ok('$', 'Anonymous $ variable outside of declaration');
eval_dies_ok('@', 'Anonymous @ variable outside of declaration');
eval_dies_ok('%', 'Anonymous % variable outside of declaration');
eval_dies_ok('&', 'Anonymous & variable outside of declaration');
done;
# vim: ft=perl6
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