C01arith.ztst   [plain text]


# Tests corresponding to the texinfo node `Arithmetic Evaluation'

%test

  integer light there
  (( light = 42 )) &&
  let 'there = light' &&
  print $(( there ))
0:basic integer arithmetic
>42

  float light there
  integer rnd
  (( light = 3.1415 )) &&
  let 'there = light' &&
  print -- $(( rnd = there * 10000 ))
# save rounding problems by converting to integer
0:basic floating point arithmetic
>31415.

  print $(( 0x10 + 0X01 + 2#1010 ))
0:base input
>27

  float light
  (( light = 4 ))
  print $light
  typeset -F light
  print $light
0:conversion to float
>4.000000000e+00
>4.0000000000

  integer i
  (( i = 32.5 ))
  print $i
0:conversion to int
>32

  integer i
  (( i = 4 - - 3 * 7 << 1 & 7 ^ 1 | 16 ** 2 ))
  print $i
0:precedence (arithmetic)
>1591

  fn() {
    setopt localoptions c_precedences
    integer i
    (( i = 4 - - 3 * 7 << 1 & 7 ^ 1 | 16 ** 2 ))
    print $i
  }
  fn
0:precedence (arithmetic, with C_PRECEDENCES)
>259

  print $(( 1 < 2 || 2 < 2 && 3 > 4 ))
0:precedence (logical)
>1

  print $(( 1 + 4 ? 3 + 2 ? 4 + 3 ? 5 + 6 ? 4 * 8 : 0 : 0 : 0 : 0 ))
0:precedence (ternary)
>32

  print $(( 3 ? 2 ))
1:parsing ternary (1)
?(eval):1: ':' expected

  print $(( 3 ? 2 : 1 : 4 ))
1:parsing ternary (2)
?(eval):1: ':' without '?'

  print $(( 0, 4 ? 3 : 1, 5 ))
0:comma operator
>5

  foo=000
  print $(( ##A + ##\C-a + #foo + $#foo ))
0:#, ## and $#
>117

  print $((##))
1:## without following character
?(eval):1: character missing after ##

  print $((## ))
0:## followed by a space
>32

  integer i
  (( i = 3 + 5 * 1.75 ))
  print $i
0:promotion to float
>11

  typeset x      &&
  (( x = 3.5 ))  &&
  print $x       &&
  (( x = 4 ))    &&
  print $x
0:use of scalars to store integers and floats
>3.5
>4

  (( newarray[unsetvar] = 1 ))
2:error using unset variable as index
?(eval):1: newarray: assignment to invalid subscript range

  integer setvar=1
  (( newarray[setvar]++ ))
  (( newarray[setvar]++ ))
  print ${(t)newarray} ${#newarray} ${newarray[1]}
0:setting array elements in math context
>array 1 2

  xarr=()
  (( xarr = 3 ))
  print ${(t)xarr} $xarr
0:converting type from array
>integer 3

  print $(( 13 = 42 ))
1:bad lvalue
?(eval):1: lvalue required

  x=/bar
  (( x = 32 ))
  print $x
0:assigning to scalar which contains non-math string
>32

  print $(( ))
0:empty math parse e.g. $(( )) acts like a zero
>0

  print $(( a = ))
1:empty assignment
?(eval):1: bad math expression: operand expected at `'

  print $(( 3, ))
1:empty right hand of comma
?(eval):1: bad math expression: operand expected at `'

  print $(( 3,,4 ))
1:empty middle of comma
?(eval):1: bad math expression: operand expected at `,4 '

  print $(( (3 + 7, 4), 5 ))
0:commas and parentheses, part 1
>5

  print $(( 5, (3 + 7, 4) ))
0:commas and parentheses, part 1
>4

  (setopt octalzeroes; print $(( 08#77 )))
0:octalzeroes doesn't affect bases
>63

  print $(( 36#z ))
0:bases up to 36 work
>35

  print $(( 37#z ))
1:bases beyond 36 don't work
?(eval):1: invalid base (must be 2 to 36 inclusive): 37

  print $(( 3 + "fail" ))
1:parse failure in arithmetic
?(eval):1: bad math expression: operand expected at `"fail" '

  alias 3=echo
  print $(( 3 + "OK"); echo "Worked")
0:not a parse failure because not arithmetic
>+ OK Worked

  fn() {
    emulate -L zsh
    print $(( [#16] 255 ))
    print $(( [##16] 255 ))
    setopt cbases
    print $(( [#16] 255 ))
    print $(( [##16] 255 ))
  }
  fn
0:doubled # in base removes radix
>16#FF
>FF
>0xFF
>FF

  array=(1)
  x=0
  (( array[++x]++ ))
  print $x
  print $#array
  print $array
0:no double increment for subscript
>1
>1
>2

  # This is a bit naughty...  the value of array
  # isn't well defined since there's no sequence point
  # between the increments of x, however we just want
  # to be sure that in this case, unlike the above,
  # x does get incremented twice.
  x=0
  array=(1 2)
  (( array[++x] = array[++x] + 1 ))
  print $x
0:double increment for repeated expression
>2