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Groovy example source code file (ClosureCurryTest.groovy)

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The Groovy ClosureCurryTest.groovy source code

package groovy

/**
 * @author Hallvard Tr�tteberg
 * @version $Revision: 20696 $
 */
class ClosureCurryTest extends GroovyTestCase {

    void testCurry() {
        def clos1 = {s1, s2 -> s1 + s2}
        def clos2 = clos1.curry("hi")
        def value = clos2("there")
        assert value == "hithere"

        def clos3 = {s1, s2, s3 -> s1 + s2 + s3}
        def clos4 = clos3.curry('a')
        def clos5 = clos4.curry('b')
        def clos6 = clos4.curry('x')
        def clos7 = clos4.curry('f', 'g')
        value = clos5('c')
        assert value == "abc"
        value = clos6('c')
        assert value == "axc"
        value = clos4('y', 'z')
        assert value == "ayz"
        value = clos7()
        assert value == "afg"

        clos3 = {s1, s2, s3 -> s1 + s2 + s3}.asWritable()
        clos4 = clos3.curry('a')
        clos5 = clos4.curry('b')
        clos6 = clos4.curry('x')
        clos7 = clos4.curry('f', 'g')
        value = clos5('c')
        assert value == "abc"
        value = clos6('c')
        assert value == "axc"
        value = clos4('y', 'z')
        assert value == "ayz"
        value = clos7()
        assert value == "afg"

        clos3 = {s1, s2, s3 -> s1 + s2 + s3}
        clos4 = clos3.curry('a').asWritable()
        clos5 = clos4.curry('b').asWritable()
        clos6 = clos4.curry('x').asWritable()
        clos7 = clos4.curry('f', 'g').asWritable()
        value = clos5('c')
        assert value == "abc"
        value = clos6('c')
        assert value == "axc"
        value = clos4('y', 'z')
        assert value == "ayz"
        value = clos7()
        assert value == "afg"

        clos3 = {s1, s2, s3 -> s1 + s2 + s3}
        clos4 = clos3.curry('a').clone()
        clos5 = clos4.curry('b').clone()
        clos6 = clos4.curry('x').clone()
        clos7 = clos4.curry('f', 'g').clone()
        value = clos5('c')
        assert value == "abc"
        value = clos6('c')
        assert value == "axc"
        value = clos4('y', 'z')
        assert value == "ayz"
        value = clos7()
        assert value == "afg"

        clos3 = {s1, s2, s3 -> s1 + s2 + s3}
        clos4 = clos3.curry('a').asWritable().clone()
        clos5 = clos4.curry('b').asWritable().clone()
        clos6 = clos4.curry('x').asWritable().clone()
        clos7 = clos4.curry('f', 'g').asWritable().clone()
        value = clos5('c')
        assert value == "abc"
        value = clos6('c')
        assert value == "axc"
        value = clos4('y', 'z')
        assert value == "ayz"
        value = clos7()
        assert value == "afg"
    }

    void testParameterTypes() {
        def cl1 = {String s1, int i -> return s1 + i }
        assert "foo5" == cl1("foo", 5)
        assert [String, int] == cl1.getParameterTypes().toList()

        def cl2 = cl1.curry("bla")
        assert "bla4" == cl2(4)
        assert null != cl2.getParameterTypes()
        assert [int] == cl2.getParameterTypes().toList()
    }

    void testVarargParameterTypes() {
        def a = { Object one, Object[] others -> }
        def b = a.ncurry(2, 'x', 'y')
        assert b.parameterTypes.name == ['java.lang.Object', 'java.lang.Object', '[Ljava.lang.Object;']
        def c = a.ncurry(-3, 'x', 'y')
        assert c.parameterTypes.name == ['java.lang.Object', '[Ljava.lang.Object;']
        def d = a.curry('a')
        assert d.parameterTypes.name == ['[Ljava.lang.Object;']
        def g = { String s, Integer num, Date da, Object[] others ->  }
        def h = g.ncurry(1, 4, new Date(), 'foo')
        assert h.parameterTypes.name == ['java.lang.String', '[Ljava.lang.Object;']
    }

    void testVarargCurry() {
        def c = { arg, Object[] extras -> arg + ', ' + extras.join(', ') }
        def d = c.curry( 1 ) //curry first param only
        assert d( 2, 3, 4 ) == '1, 2, 3, 4'
        def e = c.curry( 1, 3 ) //curry part of Object[] also
        assert e( 5 ) == '1, 3, 5'
        def f = e.curry( 5, 7, 9, 11 ) //currying continues on Object
        assert f( 13, 15 ) == '1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15'
    }

    void testDelegate() {
        def res = null
        def c = {a -> res = z}
        def cc = c.curry(1)

        cc.delegate = [z: "goodbye"]
        cc()
        assert res == cc.delegate.z
    }

    void testExpandoWithCurry() {
        def sz = 'java.util.Date'.size()
        def c = {arg -> arg + delegate.getClass().name.size() }
        def d = new Date()
        d.metaClass.foo = c
        assert d.foo(42) == 42 + sz
        d.metaClass.bar = c.curry('baz')
        assert d.bar() == 'baz' + sz
    }

    void testCurryMultiply() {
        def multiply = { a, b -> a * b }
        def doubler = multiply.curry(2)
        assert doubler(4) == 8
    }

    void testRCurryDivide() {
        def divide = { a, b -> a / b }
        def halver = divide.rcurry(2)
        assert halver(8) == 4
    }

    void testNCurryBinarySearch() {
        def caseInsensitive = { a, b -> a.toLowerCase() <=> b.toLowerCase() } as Comparator
        def caseSensitive = { a, b -> a <=> b } as Comparator
        def animals1 = ['ant', 'dog', 'BEE']
        def animals2 = animals1 + ['Cat']
        // curry middle param of this utility method:
        // Collections#binarySearch(List list, Object key, Comparator c)
        def catSearcher = Collections.&binarySearch.ncurry(1, "cat")
        def combos = [[animals1, animals2], [caseInsensitive, caseSensitive]].combinations()
        assert combos.collect{ a, c -> catSearcher(a.sort(c), c) } == [-3, 2, -3, -4]
    }

    void testNestedNcurryRcurry() {
        def operation = { int x, Closure f, int y -> f(x, y) }
        def divider = operation.ncurry(1) { a, b -> a / b }
        def halver = divider.rcurry(2)
        assert 50 == halver(100)
    }

    void testEquivalentsNormal() {
        def a = {one, two, three, four, five -> "$one,$two,$three,$four,$five"}
        def expected = '1,2,3,4,5'
        checkEquivalents(a, expected)
    }

    void testEquivalentsVararg() {
        def a = {one, two, Object[] others -> "one=$one, two=$two, others=${others.join(',')}"}
        def expected = 'one=1, two=2, others=3,4,5'
        checkEquivalents(a, expected)
    }

    private void checkEquivalents(a, expected) {
        def examples = [
            [a.curry(1), [2,3,4,5]],
            [a.curry(1,2), [3,4,5]],
            [a.curry(1,2,3), [4,5]],
            [a.curry(1,2,3,4), [5]],
            [a.curry(1,2,3,4,5), []],
            [a.curry(1,2).curry(3,4), [5]],
            [a.curry(1).curry(2).curry(3).curry(4), [5]],
            [a.rcurry(5), [1,2,3,4]],
            [a.rcurry(5).rcurry(3,4), [1,2]],
            [a.rcurry(4,5).rcurry(3), [1,2]],
            [a.rcurry(4,5), [1,2,3]],
            [a.rcurry(2,3,4,5), [1]],
            [a.rcurry(1,2,3,4,5), []],
            [a.ncurry(2,3), [1,2,4,5]],
            [a.ncurry(2,3,4), [1,2,5]],
            [a.ncurry(-3,3,4), [1,2,5]],
            [a.ncurry(-3,3), [1,2,4,5]]
        ]
        examples.each{ clos, args ->
            assert clos(args as Object[]) == expected
        }
    }
}

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