Tests Bitwise

Jan Burse, created Aug 18. 2019
/**
* Prolog code for the arithmetic bitwise theory test cases.
*
* Source of test cases are the following standards:
* - Prolog General Core ISO/IUEC 13211-1
* - Draft Technical Corrigendum 1, WG17, Ulrich Neumerkel
* - Draft Technical Corrigendum 2, WG17, Ulrich Neumerkel
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:- use_package(library(jekdev/reference/testing)).
:- multifile runner:ref/4.
:- discontiguous runner:ref/4.
:- multifile runner:case/4.
:- discontiguous runner:case/4.
/****************************************************************/
/* Bitwise Operations */
/****************************************************************/
/* \ X */
runner:ref(\, -2, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.5.4').
runner:case(\, -2, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.5.4, ISO 2') :-
10 is \(\10).
runner:case(\, -2, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.5.4, ISO 3') :-
-11 is \10.
runner:case(\, -2, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.5.4, ISO 4') :-
catch(_ is \_, error(E, _), true), E == instantiation_error.
runner:case(\, -2, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.5.4, ISO 5') :-
catch(_ is \2.5, error(E, _), true), E == type_error(integer, 2.5).
/* X /\ Y */
runner:ref(/\, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.3.4, Corrigendum 1').
runner:case(/\, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.3.4, ISO 2') :-
8 is 10/\12.
runner:case(/\, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.3.4, ISO 3') :-
125 is 17*256+125/\255.
runner:case(/\, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.3.4, ISO 4') :-
4 is -10/\12.
runner:case(/\, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.3.4, ISO 6') :-
catch(_ is foobar/\2, error(E, _), true), E == type_error(evaluable, foobar/0).
/* X \/ Y */
runner:ref(\/, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.4.4, Corrigendum 1').
runner:case(\/, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.4.4, ISO 2') :-
14 is 10\/12.
runner:case(\/, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.4.4, ISO 3') :-
255 is 125\/255.
runner:case(\/, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.4.4, ISO 4') :-
-2 is -10\/12.
runner:case(\/, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.4.4, ISO 5') :-
catch(_ is 77\/_, error(E, _), true), E == instantiation_error.
/* X << Y */
runner:ref(<<, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.2.4, Corrigendum 1').
runner:case(<<, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.2.4, ISO 1') :-
64 is 16<<2.
runner:case(<<, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.2.4, ISO 2') :-
76 is 19<<2.
runner:case(<<, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.2.4, ISO 3') :-
-64 is -16<<2.
runner:case(<<, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.2.4, ISO 5') :-
catch(_ is foobar<<2, error(E, _), true), E == type_error(evaluable, foobar/0).
/* X >> Y */
runner:ref(>>, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.1.4, Corrigendum 1').
runner:case(>>, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.1.4, ISO 1') :-
4 is 16>>2.
runner:case(>>, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.1.4, ISO 2') :-
4 is 19>>2.
runner:case(>>, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.1.4, ISO 3') :-
-4 is -16>>2.
runner:case(>>, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'ISO 9.4.1.4, ISO 4') :-
catch(_ is 77>>_, error(E, _), true), E == instantiation_error.
/* xor(X,Y) */
runner:ref(xor, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'Corr.2 9.4.6.4').
runner:case(xor, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'Corr.2 9.4.6.4, ISO 1') :-
6 is xor(10, 12).
runner:case(xor, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'Corr.2 9.4.6.4, ISO 2') :-
130 is xor(125, 255).
runner:case(xor, -3, arithmetic_bitwise, 'Corr.2 9.4.6.4, ISO 3') :-
-6 is xor(-10, 12).

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