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41 Makefile
@@ -1,15 +1,36 @@
-all: exe
+prefix= /usr/bin
-exe: yacc lex genome.c
- gcc -g lex.yy.o y.tab.o genome.c -o genome
+RUBY= ruby
+TEST_SCRIPT= test/run_all.rb
-lex: genome_lex.l
- lex genome_lex.l
- gcc -g -c lex.yy.c
+INSTALL= install
+CC= gcc
+CFLAGS= -Wall -pedantic -g
+RM= rm -rf
-yacc: genome_parser.y
- yacc -d genome_parser.y
- gcc -g -c y.tab.c
+all: genome
+
+genome: lex.yy.o y.tab.o genome.c
+ $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $^ -o $@
+
+lex.yy.o: lex.yy.c y.tab.c
+ $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c $< -o $@
+
+y.tab.o: y.tab.c
+ $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c $^ -o $@
+
+lex.yy.c: analyzer.l
+ lex $^
+
+y.tab.c: parser.y
+ yacc -d $^
+
+install: genome
+ $(INSTALL) genome $(prefix)/genome
+
+check: $(TEST_SCRIPT) genome
+ $(RUBY) $<
clean:
- rm -f y.tab.* lex.yy.* genome *.out *.o
+ $(RM) *.o
+ $(RM) y.tab.* lex.yy.* genome
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1 README
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+Genome is an esoteric programming language imitating the genome sequence of a living organism
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1 genome_lex.l → analyzer.l
@@ -2,6 +2,7 @@
#include "y.tab.h"
extern void count(void);
+ extern void yyerror(char *);
%}
%%
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12 genome.c
@@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ extern char* yytext;
extern int yyparse(void);
extern int yywrap(void);
+extern void yyerror(char *);
typedef struct node {
int v;
@@ -80,7 +81,7 @@ void pop_number(void) {
void pop_numbers_from_stack(int f, int n) {
int i;
- gnode tmp, buf;
+ gnode tmp;
for(i=0;i<n;i++) {
if(tmp==NULL)
break;
@@ -275,23 +276,26 @@ void move(int f, int n) {
}
void read_n(int f, int n) {
- int i;
+ int i, in;
gnode tmp;
+ if(head==NULL)
+ push_number_into_stack(32);
tmp=(f==1)?head:tail;
for(i=1;i<n;i++) {
if(tmp==NULL)
break;
tmp=(f==1)?tmp->next:tmp->prev;
}
if(tmp!=NULL) {
- scanf("%d",&(tmp->v));
+ scanf("%c",&in);
+ tmp->v = in;
} else
yyerror("Number of elements in the stack is less than the required number");
return;
}
void read_top(void) {
- read_n(1,head->v);
+ read_n(1,head->v+1);
return;
}
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40 genome_parser.y → parser.y
@@ -16,6 +16,24 @@
void count(void);
void yyerror(char* msg);
+ extern void clear_stack(void);
+ extern void slide(int);
+ extern void push_number_into_stack(int);
+ extern void pop_number(void);
+ extern void pop_numbers_from_stack(int, int);
+ extern void dup_stack(void);
+ extern void dup_stack_n(int, int);
+ extern void copy_nth(int, int);
+ extern void arith(int);
+ extern void crement(int, int);
+ extern void print_whole_stack(int);
+ extern void print_stack_n(int, int, int);
+ extern void reverse_whole(void);
+ extern void reverse_stack_n(int, int);
+ extern void move_top(void);
+ extern void move(int, int);
+ extern void read_top(void);
+ extern void read_n(int, int);
%}
%token AAA // Duplicate the whole stack
@@ -48,14 +66,14 @@
%token TTC // Start block
%token TTG // Stop block
-%token TCA // Jump unconditionally to after {
-%token TCT // Jump on top item zero to after {
-%token TCC // Jump on nth item zero to after {
-%token TCG // Jump on bottom item zero after {
-%token TGA // Jump unconditionally to after }
-%token TGT // Jump on top item zero to after }
-%token TGC // Jump on nth item zero to after }
-%token TGG // Jump on bottom item zero to after }
+%token TCA // Jump unconditionally to start of the block
+%token TCT // Jump on top item zero to start of the block
+%token TCC // Jump on nth item zero to start of the block
+%token TCG // Jump on bottom item zero to start of the block
+%token TGA // Jump unconditionally to end of the bkock
+%token TGT // Jump on top item zero to end of the bkock
+%token TGC // Jump on nth item zero to end of the bkock
+%token TGG // Jump on bottom item zero to end of the bkock
%token CAA // Print the whole stack
%token CAT // Print top n items of stack
@@ -144,7 +162,7 @@ stmt: block
| CGT { move(1,1); }
| CGT number { move(1,$2); }
| CGC { move(0,1); }
- | CGC number { move(1,$2); }
+ | CGC number { move(0,$2); }
;
number: hex { $$=$1; }
@@ -176,11 +194,11 @@ hex: GAA { $$=0; }
;
start: TTC {
- //Start block
+ /* Start block */
};
stop: TTG {
- //End block
+ /* End block */
};
%%
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11 test/run_all.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
+# Running all the tests using the test suite
+
+load 'test/test.rb'
+
+suite = TestSuite.new(File.expand_path('genome'), 'test/')
+
+Dir.glob('test/t-*').count.times do |i|
+ suite.run(i+1)
+end
+
+suite.statsput
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8 test/single.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+# Running a single test case using the test suite
+
+load 'test/test.rb'
+
+suite = TestSuite.new(File.expand_path('genome'), 'test/')
+
+suite.run(ARGV[0].to_i)
+suite.statsput
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3 test/t-001/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+^
+Error: Line 2:Unexpected EOF found
+
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1 test/t-001/program
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+{Empty program}
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2 test/t-002/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+Error: Line 0002, Column 0001-0003: syntax error
+
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2 test/t-002/program
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+{Program without block}
+CGG
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2 test/t-003/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+Error: Line 0002, Column 0004-0006: syntax error
+
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2 test/t-003/program
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+{Block without end and exit}
+TTCCGG
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0 test/t-004/answer
No changes.
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2 test/t-004/program
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+{Empty block and exit}
+TTCTTGCGG
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0 test/t-005/answer
No changes.
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3 test/t-005/program
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+{Whitespace check}
+TTC {space}TTG{newline}
+{tab} CGG
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1 test/t-006/answer
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+ASCII
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10 test/t-006/program
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+{Pushing a number & printing in ascii}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA {Printing a whole stack in ASCII}
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-007/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+G
+g
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10 test/t-007/program
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+{Clearing stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GTG
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ACA
+ ATA GTC GTG
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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1 test/t-008/answer
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+0123456789101112131415
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23 test/t-008/program
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+{Pushing numbers & Printing in non-ascii}
+TTC
+ ATA GAA
+ ATA GAT
+ ATA GAC
+ ATA GAG
+ ATA GTA
+ ATA GTT
+ ATA GTC
+ ATA GTG
+ ATA GCA
+ ATA GCT
+ ATA GCC
+ ATA GCG
+ ATA GGA
+ ATA GGT
+ ATA GGC
+ ATA GGG
+ CAA {Printing whole stack in non-ascii}
+ ACA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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3 test/t-009/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+A
+A
+A
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8 test/t-009/program
@@ -0,0 +1,8 @@
+{Duplicate whole stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ AAA
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-010/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+AS
+AA
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12 test/t-010/program
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+{Pop number from stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ATC
+ ATC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-011/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+ASCI
+ASCII
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13 test/t-011/program
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+{Duplicate top item of stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ATC
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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3 test/t-012/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+ASCII
+ASCII
+CII
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12 test/t-012/program
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+{Duplicate top n items of stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ AAT GTA
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-013/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+ASCII
+ASCASCII
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12 test/t-013/program
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+{Duplicate bottom n items of stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ AAG GAG
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-014/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+ASCII
+AS
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13 test/t-014/program
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+{Pop top n items from stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ATT GTA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-015/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+ASCII
+CII
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12 test/t-015/program
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+{Pop bottom n items from stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ATG GAC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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3 test/t-016/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+ASCII
+ASCII
+S
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13 test/t-016/program
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+{Copy top nth item on the stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ACT GTT
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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3 test/t-017/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+ASCII
+ASCII
+S
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13 test/t-017/program
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+{Copy bottom nth item on the stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ACG GAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-018/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+ASCII
+AS
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12 test/t-018/program
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+{Slide n items keeping top item}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ACC GAG
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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3 test/t-019/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+ASCII
+ASCI
+I
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13 test/t-019/program
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+{Reverse the top 2 items}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ AGC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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3 test/t-020/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+ASCII
+
+IICSA
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13 test/t-020/program
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+{Reverse the whole stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ AGA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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3 test/t-021/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+ASCII
+AS
+IIC
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13 test/t-021/program
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+{Reverse the top n items}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ AGT GAG
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-022/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+ASCII
+ICSAI
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13 test/t-022/program
@@ -0,0 +1,13 @@
+{Reverse the top n items}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ AGG GAG
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
View
3 test/t-023/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+ASCII
+ASCIJ
+ASCIh
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18 test/t-023/program
@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
+{Increment the top item by n (if nothing n=1)}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ATC
+ TTA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ATC
+ TTA GAT GGC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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3 test/t-024/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+ASCII
+ASCIH
+ASCI
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18 test/t-024/program
@@ -0,0 +1,18 @@
+{Decrement the top item by n (if nothing n=1)}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ATC
+ TTT
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ATC
+ TTT GAC GCA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-025/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+123
+1235
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14 test/t-025/program
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+{Addition 1+2 items and push the result}
+TTC
+ ATA GAT
+ ATA GAC
+ ATA GAG
+ CAA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTC
+ ATC
+ TAA
+ CAA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTC
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-026/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+123
+123-1
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14 test/t-026/program
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+{Subtract 2-1 items and push the result}
+TTC
+ ATA GAT
+ ATA GAC
+ ATA GAG
+ CAA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTC
+ ATC
+ TAT
+ CAA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTC
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-027/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+123
+1236
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14 test/t-027/program
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+{Multiplication 2*1 items and push the result}
+TTC
+ ATA GAT
+ ATA GAC
+ ATA GAG
+ CAA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTC
+ ATC
+ TAC
+ CAA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTC
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-028/answer
@@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
+123
+1230
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14 test/t-028/program
@@ -0,0 +1,14 @@
+{Division 2/1 items and push the result}
+TTC
+ ATA GAT
+ ATA GAC
+ ATA GAG
+ CAA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTC
+ ATC
+ TAG
+ CAA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTC
+TTG CGG
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4 test/t-029/answer
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+ASCII
+II
+
+ASC
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+{Printing items of stack in ASCII}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ CTT GAG
+ CTC
+ CTG GAG
+ ACA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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1 test/t-030/answer
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+123453455123
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+{Printing items of stack in non-ASCII}
+TTC
+ ATA GAT
+ ATA GAC
+ ATA GAG
+ ATA GTA
+ ATA GTT
+ CAA
+ CAT GAG
+ CAC
+ CAG GAG
+ ACA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-031/answer
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+ASCII
+CS
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+{Move down the stack by n (If nothing, n=1)}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ CGT GAG
+ CTC
+ CGT
+ CTC
+ ACA
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-032/answer
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+ASCII
+ASI
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+{Move up the stack by n (If nothing, n=1)}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ CGT GTT
+ CTC
+ CGC
+ CTC
+ CGC GAG
+ CTC
+ CGC
+ CTC
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-033/answer
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+ASCII
+AS
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14 test/t-033/program
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+{Move to the top of the stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ CGT GTA
+ CTT GAC
+ CGA
+ CTC
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-034/answer
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+A
+ASCIA
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1 test/t-034/input
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+AA
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15 test/t-034/program
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+{Read input to top of the stack}
+TTC
+ CCC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ACA
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ CCC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-035/answer
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+ASCII
+ASCAI
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1 test/t-035/input
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+A
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+{Read input to top nth of the stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ CCT GAG
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-036/answer
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+ASCII
+ASAII
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1 test/t-036/input
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+A
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12 test/t-036/program
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+{Read input to bottom nth of the stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ CCG GAG
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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2 test/t-037/answer
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+ASCII
+ASCAI
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1 test/t-037/input
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+A
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+{Read input to n given by top item of stack}
+TTC
+ ATA GTA GAT
+ ATA GTT GAG
+ ATA GTA GAG
+ ATA GTA GCT
+ AAC
+ ATA GAA GCC
+ CTA
+ ATA GAG
+ CCA
+ ATC
+ CTA
+TTG CGG
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+# Ruby test suite for testing genome
+
+class String
+ def code(code)
+ "\033[#{code.to_s}m#{self}\033[0m"
+ end
+
+ def pass
+ self.code(32)
+ end
+
+ def fail
+ self.code(31)
+ end
+
+ def diffput
+ puts "\tDiff:"
+ self.split("\n").each do |line|
+ if line[0]=='>'
+ puts "\t\t+ #{line[2..-1]}".pass
+ elsif line[0]=='<'
+ puts "\t\t- #{line[2..-1]}".fail
+ elsif line[0]!='-'
+ puts "\t\t#{line}"
+ end
+ end
+ end
+end
+
+class TestSuite
+ def initialize(command, prefix = '')
+ @command = command
+ @stats = {'pass' => 0, 'fail' => 0, 'time' => 0}
+ @prefix = prefix
+ puts ''
+ end
+
+ def run(testcase)
+ start_time = Time.now.to_i
+ testdir = (testcase.is_a?(String) ? testcase : "t-#{testcase.to_s.rjust(3,'0')}")
+
+ if Dir.exist?("#{@prefix}#{testdir}") && File.exist?("#{@prefix}#{testdir}/program")
+ if File.exist?("#{@prefix}#{testdir}/input")
+ `#{@command} #{@prefix}#{testdir}/program < #{@prefix}#{testdir}/input > #{@prefix}#{testdir}/output`
+ else
+ `#{@command} #{@prefix}#{testdir}/program > #{@prefix}#{testdir}/output`
+ end
+ diff = `diff --unidirectional-new-file #{@prefix}#{testdir}/answer #{@prefix}#{testdir}/output`
+ else
+ diff = "> NO TESTCASE"
+ end
+
+ print "#{testdir} "
+ if diff.empty?
+ puts "[PASS]".pass
+ @stats['pass'] += 1
+ else
+ puts "[FAIL]".fail
+ @stats['fail'] += 1
+ diff.diffput
+ end
+
+ end_time = Time.now.to_i
+ @stats['time'] += (end_time - start_time)
+ end
+
+ def statsput
+ puts "\nFinished in #{@stats['time']} seconds.\n#{@stats['pass'] + @stats['fail']} tests. " << "#{@stats['pass']} passes".pass << ", " << "#{@stats['fail']} failures".fail << "."
+ end
+end

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