D05array.ztst   [plain text]


# Tests for array indexing

%prep

  foo=(a b c d e f g)
  arr=(foo bar baz)
  mkdir array.tmp
  touch array.tmp/{1..9}

%test

  echo .$foo[1].
0:The first element
>.a.

  echo .$foo[1,4].
0:Normal multi-item indexing
>.a b c d.

  echo .$foo[1,0].
0:This should be empty
>..

  echo .$foo[4,1].
0:Another empty slice
>..

  echo .$foo[1,-8].
0:An empty slice with a negative end
>..

  echo .$foo[0].
0:Treat 0 as empty
>..

  echo .$foo[0,0].
0:Treat 0,0 as empty
>..

  echo .$foo[0,1].
0:Another weird way to access the first element
>.a.

  echo .$foo[3].
0:An inner element
>.c.

  echo .$foo[2,2].
0:Another inner element
>.b.

  echo .$foo[2,-4].
0:A slice with a negative end
>.b c d.

  echo .$foo[-4,5].
0:A slice with a negative start
>.d e.

  echo .$foo[-6,-2].
0:A slice with a negative start and end
>.b c d e f.

  echo .${${arr[2]}[1]}.
  echo .${${arr[-2]}[1]}.
  echo .${${arr[2,2]}[1]}.
  echo .${${arr[-2,-2]}[1]}.
  echo .${${arr[2,-2]}[1]}. 
  echo .${${arr[-2,2]}[1]}. 
0:Slices should return an array, elements a scalar
>.b.
>.b.
>.bar.
>.bar.
>.bar.
>.bar.

  setopt ksh_arrays
  echo .${foo[1,2]}.
  unsetopt ksh_arrays
0:Ksh array indexing
>.b c.

  setopt ksh_arrays
  echo .${foo[0,1]}.
  unsetopt ksh_arrays
0:Ksh array indexing (ii)
>.a b.

  setopt ksh_arrays
  echo .${foo[1,-1]}.
  unsetopt ksh_arrays
0:Ksh array indexing (iii)
>.b c d e f g.

  cd array.tmp
  echo . ?([3,5]) .
  cd ..
0:Glob array indexing
>. 3 4 5 .

  cd array.tmp
  echo . ?([2,-2]) .
  cd ..
0:Glob array indexing (ii)
>. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 .

  cd array.tmp
  echo . ?([-6,-4]) .
  cd ..
0:Glob array indexing (iii)
>. 4 5 6 .