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author John W. Eaton <jwe@octave.org>
date Tue, 25 Aug 2009 10:26:01 +0200
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## Copyright (C) 2006, 2007, 2009 John W. Eaton
##
## This file is part of Octave.
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%% test/octave.test/struct/fieldnames-1.m
%!test
%! s.a = 1;
%! c = fieldnames (s);
%! assert(iscell (c) && strcmp (c{1}, "a"));

%% test/octave.test/struct/fieldnames-2.m
%!test
%! s.a.b = 1;
%! c = fieldnames (s.a);
%! assert(iscell (c) && strcmp (c{1}, "b"));

%% test/octave.test/struct/fieldnames-3.m
%!error <Invalid call to fieldnames.*> fieldnames ();

%% test/octave.test/struct/fieldnames-4.m
%!test
%! s.a = 1;
%! fail("fieldnames (s, 1)","Invalid call to fieldnames.*");

%% test/octave.test/struct/fieldnames-5.m
%!error fieldnames (1);

%% test/octave.test/struct/isfield-1.m
%!test
%! s.aaa = 1;
%! s.a = 2;
%! assert(isfield (s, "a"));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isfield-2.m
%!test
%! s.aaa = 1;
%! s.a = 2;
%! assert(!(isfield (s, "b")));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isfield-3.m
%!error <Invalid call to isfield.*> isfield ();

%% test/octave.test/struct/isfield-4.m
%!test
%! s.aaa = 1;
%! s.a = 2;
%! fail("isfield (s, 'a', 3);","Invalid call to isfield.*");

%% test/octave.test/struct/isfield-5.m
%!assert(isfield (1, "m") == 0);

%% test/octave.test/struct/isfield-6.m
%!test
%! s.a = 2;
%! assert(isfield (s, 2) == 0);

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-1.m
%!assert(!(isstruct (1)));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-2.m
%!assert(!(isstruct ([1, 2])));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-3.m
%!assert(!(isstruct ([])));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-4.m
%!assert(!(isstruct ([1, 2; 3, 4])));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-5.m
%!assert(!(isstruct ("t")));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-6.m
%!assert(!(isstruct ("test")));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-7.m
%!assert(!(isstruct (["test"; "ing"])));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-8.m
%!test
%! s.a = 1;
%! assert(isstruct (s));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-9.m
%!test
%! s.a.b = 1;
%! assert(isstruct (s.a));

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-10.m
%!error <Invalid call to isstruct.*> isstruct ();

%% test/octave.test/struct/isstruct-11.m
%!test
%! s.a = 1;
%! fail("isstruct (s, 1)","Invalid call to isstruct.*");

## increment element of matrix stored in struct array field
%!test
%!  a = struct("c", {[1, 2, 3], [4, 5, 6], [7, 8, 9]});
%!  a(2).c(3)++;
%!  assert(a(2).c, [4, 5, 7]);

## create struct array by assignment to cs-list
%!test
%!  [a(1:2).x] = deal (1, 3);
%!  assert(a, struct("x", {1, 3}));
%!  assert({a(1:2).x}, {1, 3});

## assign to subrange of struct array field
%!test
%!  b = struct ("name", {"a", "b", "c"; "d", "e", "f"}, "value", 100);
%!  [b(1:2, [1,3]).name] = deal("aaa", "ddd", "ccc", "fff");
%!  assert ({b.name}, {"aaa", "ddd", "b", "e", "ccc", "fff"});

## index into nested struct arrays
%!test
%!  a = struct ("name", {"a", "b", "c"; "d", "e", "f"}, "value", 0);
%!  a(2).value = a;
%!  assert (a(2).value(2,3).name, "f");

## assign to subrange of field in nested struct array
%!test
%!  b = struct ("name", {"a", "b", "c"; "d", "e", "f"}, "value", 0);
%!  b(3, 1).value = b;
%!  [b(3, 1).value(1, [1, 3]).name] = deal ("aaa", "ccc");
%!  assert (size (b), [3, 3]);
%!  assert (b(3,1).value(1, 3).name, "ccc");

## test 4 dimensional struct array
%!test
%!  c(4, 4, 4, 4).name  = "a";
%!  c(3, 3, 3, 3).value = 1;
%!  assert (c(2,2,2,2), struct ("name", [], "value", []));

## assign to subrange of field in 4d struct array
%!test
%!  c(4, 4, 4, 4).name  = "a";
%!  c(3, 3, 3, 3).value = 1;
%!  [c([1, 3], 2, :, [3, 4]).value] = deal (1);
%!  assert (length(find([c.value] == 1)), 17);
%!  assert (length(find([c.value])), 17);

## swap elements of struct array
%!test
%!  b = struct ("name", {"a", "b", "c"; "d", "e", "f"}, "value", 0);
%!  [b([2, 1], [3, 1]).name] = deal(b([1, 2], [1, 2]).name);
%!  assert ({b.name}, {"e", "b", "b", "e", "d", "a"});

## test internal ordering of struct array fields
%!test
%!  c(4, 4, 4, 4).value = 3;
%!  c(1, 2, 3, 4).value = 2;
%!  c(3, 3, 3, 3).value = 1;
%!  d = reshape ({c.value}, size(c));
%!  assert ([d{4, 4, 4, 4}, d{1, 2, 3, 4}, d{3, 3, 3, 3}],
%!          [3, 2, 1]);

## test assignment to mixed cs-list of field element subranges
%!test
%!  b = struct ("name", {"a", "b", "c"; "d", "e", "f"}, "value", 100);
%!  [b(1:2, [1, 3]).name, b(2, 1:3).value] = ...
%!    deal (1, 2, 3, 4, "5", "6", "7");
%!  assert ({b.name}, {1, 2, "b", "e", 3, 4});
%!  assert ({b.value}, {100, "5", 100, "6", 100, "7"});

%!error <a cs-list cannot be further indexed>
%!  [a(1:3).x] = deal ([1, 5], [3, 7], [8, 9]);
%!  [a(2:3).x(2)] = deal (10, 11);

%!error <can't perform indexing operations for cs-list type>
%!  [a(1:3).x] = deal ([1, 5], [3, 7], [8, 9]);
%!  a(2:3).x(2);

%!error <Index exceeds matrix dimension>
%!  a(1).x.x = 1;
%!  a(2).x;

%!error <invalid number of output arguments for constant expression>
%!  a = struct ("value", {1, 2, 3, 4, 5});
%!  [a(2:4).value] = 1;

%!error <invalid assignment to cs-list outside multiple assignment>
%!  c(4, 4, 4, 4).name  = "a";
%!  c(3, 3, 3, 3).value = 1;
%!  c([1, 3], 2, :, [3, 4]).value = 1;

## test lazy copying in structs: nested assignment to self
%!test
%!  a.a = 1;
%!  a.b = a;
%!  a.b.c = a;
%!  assert (a.b.c.b, struct ("a", 1));

## test lazy copying in structs: indirect nested assignment to self
%!test
%!  a.a = 1;
%!  a.b = 2;
%!  b.c = a;
%!  b.d = 3;
%!  c.d = b;
%!  c.e = 4;
%!  a.b = c;
%!  a.b.e = a;
%!  assert (a.b.e.b.d.c, struct ("a", 1, "b", 2));

## test lazy copying in structs: nested assignment via function
%!function aa = do_nest (a);
%!  aa   = a;
%!  aa.b = a;
%! endfunction
%!test
%!  a.c = 1;
%!  a = do_nest (a);
%!  a = do_nest (a);
%!  a = do_nest (a);
%!  assert (a.b.b.b, struct ("c", 1));

## test lazy copying in structs: nested assignment via function
%!function aa = do_nest (a);
%!  aa   = a;
%!  aa.b = a;
%!  aa.b.c = aa;
%! endfunction
%!test
%!  a.c = 1;
%!  a = do_nest (a);
%!  a = do_nest (a);
%!  a = do_nest (a);
%!  assert (a.b.c.b.b.c.b.b.c.b, struct ("c", 1));

## test lazy copying in structs: nested assignment on different levels.
%!test
%!  a.b = 1;
%!  b.c = a;
%!  b.d.e = a;
%!  b.f.g.h = a;
%!  b.i.j.k.l = a;
%!  a.m = b;
%!  a.m.c.b = a;
%!  assert (a.m.c.b.m.i.j.k.l, struct ("b", 1));

## test indexed assignment into empty struct array
%!test
%!  s = resize(struct(),3,2);
%!  s(3).foo = 42;
%!  assert (s(3), struct ("foo", 42));

%!error <Index exceeds matrix dimension>
%!  s = resize(struct(),3,2);
%!  s(3).foo = 42;
%!  s(7);