Tests Compare

Jan Burse, created Aug 18. 2019
/**
* Prolog code for the structure lexical theory test cases.
*
* Source of test cases are the following standards:
* - Prolog General Core ISO/IUEC 13211-1
* - 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.
/****************************************************************/
/* Lexical Comparison */
/****************************************************************/
/* X == Y */
runner:ref(==, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4').
runner:case(==, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 13') :-
X == X.
runner:case(==, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 15') :-
\+ _ == _.
/* X \== Y */
runner:ref(\==, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4').
runner:case(\==, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 3') :-
\+ 1 \== 1.
runner:case(\==, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 16') :-
_ \== _.
/* X @< Y */
runner:ref(@<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4').
runner:case(@<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 8') :-
\+ foo(a, b) @< north(a).
runner:case(@<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 10') :-
foo(a, _) @< foo(b, _).
runner:case(@<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 11') :-
foo(X, a) @< foo(Y, b); foo(Y, a) @< foo(X, b).
/* X @> Y */
runner:ref(@>, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4').
runner:case(@>, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 9') :-
foo(b) @> foo(a).
/* X @=< Y */
runner:ref(@=<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4').
runner:case(@=<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 1') :-
1.0 @=< 1.
runner:case(@=<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 4') :-
aardvark @=< zebra.
runner:case(@=<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 5') :-
short @=< short.
runner:case(@=<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 6') :-
short @=< shorter.
runner:case(@=<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 12') :-
X @=< X.
runner:case(@=<, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 14') :-
X @=< Y; Y @=< X.
/* X @>= Y */
runner:ref(@>=, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4').
runner:case(@>=, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, ISO 7') :-
\+ short @>= shorter.
runner:case(@>=, 2, structure_compare, 'ISO 8.4.1.4, XLOG 1') :-
X @>= X.
/* compare(0, X, Y) */
runner:ref(compare, 3, structure_compare, 'Corr.2 8.4.2.4').
runner:case(compare, 3, structure_compare, 'Corr.2 8.4.2.4, XLOG 1') :-
compare(<, 1.0, 1).
runner:case(compare, 3, structure_compare, 'Corr.2 8.4.2.4, XLOG 2') :-
compare(<, aardvark, zebra).
runner:case(compare, 3, structure_compare, 'Corr.2 8.4.2.4, XLOG 3') :-
compare(=, short, short).
runner:case(compare, 3, structure_compare, 'Corr.2 8.4.2.4, XLOG 4') :-
compare(=, X, X).
runner:case(compare, 3, structure_compare, 'Corr.2 8.4.2.4, XLOG 5') :-
compare(>, foo(a, b), north(a)).
runner:case(compare, 3, structure_compare, 'Corr.2 8.4.2.4, XLOG 6') :-
compare(<, foo(a, _), foo(b, _)).
runner:case(compare, 3, structure_compare, 'Corr.2 8.4.2.4, XLOG 7') :-
compare(>, a, 'A').
runner:case(compare, 3, structure_compare, 'Corr.2 8.4.2.4, XLOG 8') :-
compare(>, œ, ü).

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