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author Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso <jordigh@octave.org>
date Thu, 25 Oct 2012 16:48:35 -0400
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## Copyright (C) 2006-2012 John W. Eaton
##
## This file is part of Octave.
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%% Basic tests
%!test
%! scalar = 2;
%! assert (scalar', 2);

%!test
%! range = 1:4;
%! assert (range', [1;2;3;4]);

%!test
%! vector = [1;2;3;4];
%! assert (vector', [1,2,3,4]);

%!test
%! matrix = [1,2;3,4];
%! assert (matrix', [1,3;2,4]);

%% Basic tests on complex numbers
%!test
%! scalar = 2i;
%! assert (scalar', -2i);

%!test
%! range = (1:4)*i;
%! assert (range', [-1i;-2i;-3i;-4i]);

%!test
%! vector = [1;2;3;4]*i;
%! assert (vector', [-1i,-2i,-3i,-4i]);

%!test
%! matrix = [1,2;3,4]*i;
%! assert (matrix', [-1i,-3i;-2i,-4i]);

%% Test non-Hermitian transpose
%!test
%! scalar = 2i;
%! assert (scalar.', 2i);

%!test
%! range = (1:4)*i;
%! assert (range.', [1i;2i;3i;4i]);

%!test
%! vector = [1;2;3;4]*i;
%! assert (vector.', [1i,2i,3i,4i]);

%!test
%! matrix = [1,2;3,4]*i;
%! assert (matrix.', [1i,3i;2i,4i]);

%% Basic tests on float complex numbers
%!test
%! scalar = single (2i);
%! assert (scalar', single (-2i));

%!test
%! range = single ((1:4)*i);
%! assert (range', single ([-1i;-2i;-3i;-4i]));

%!test
%! vector = single ([1;2;3;4]*i);
%! assert (vector', single ([-1i,-2i,-3i,-4i]));

%!test
%! matrix = single ([1,2;3,4]*i);
%! assert (matrix', single ([-1i,-3i;-2i,-4i]));