pr/tests/sprintf.c
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/*
 * File:	sprintf.c
 * Description:
 *     This is a test program for the PR_snprintf() functions defined
 *     in prprf.c.  This test program is based on ns/nspr/tests/sprintf.c,
 *     revision 1.10.
 * Modification History:
 *	20-May-1997 AGarcia replaced printf statment to return PASS\n. This is to be used by the
 *				regress tool parsing routine.
 ** 04-June-97 AGarcia removed the Test_Result function. Regress tool has been updated to
 *			recognize the return code from tha main program.
 */

#include "prinit.h"
#include "prprf.h"
#include "prlog.h"
#include "prlong.h"
#include <string.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

#define countof(a) (sizeof(a)/sizeof(a[0]))

static char sbuf[20000];


/*
** Perform a three way test against PR_smprintf, PR_snprintf, and sprintf.
** Make sure the results are identical
*/
static void test_i(char *pattern, int i)
{
    char *s;
    char buf[200];
    int n;

    /* try all three routines */
    s = PR_smprintf(pattern, i);
    PR_ASSERT(s != 0);
    n = PR_snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), pattern, i);
    PR_ASSERT(n <= sizeof(buf));
    sprintf(sbuf, pattern, i);

    /* compare results */
    if ((strncmp(s, buf, sizeof(buf)) != 0) ||
	(strncmp(s, sbuf, sizeof(sbuf)) != 0)) {
	fprintf(stderr,
	   "pattern='%s' i=%d\nPR_smprintf='%s'\nPR_snprintf='%s'\n    sprintf='%s'\n",
	   pattern, i, s, buf, sbuf);
	   PR_smprintf_free(s);
	exit(-1);
    }
	PR_smprintf_free(s);
}

static void TestI(void)
{
    static int nums[] = {
	0, 1, -1, 10, -10,
	32767, -32768,
    };
    static char *signs[] = {
	"",
	"0",	"-",	"+", " ",
	"0-",	"0+",	"0 ",	"-0",	"-+",	"- ",
	"+0",	"+-",	"+ ",	" 0",	" -",	" +",
	"0-+",	"0- ",	"0+-",	"0+ ",	"0 -",	"0 +",
	"-0+",	"-0 ",	"-+0",	"-+ ",	"- 0",	"- +",
	"+0-",	"+0 ",	"+-0",	"+- ",	"+ 0",	"+ -",
	" 0-",	" 0+",	" -0",	" -+",	" +0",	" +-",
	"0-+ ",	"0- +",	"0+- ",	"0+ -",	"0 -+",	"0 +-",
	"-0+ ",	"-0 +",	"-+0 ",	"-+ 0",	"- 0+",	"- +0",
	"+0- ",	"+0 -",	"+-0 ",	"+- 0",	"+ 0-",	"+ -0",
	" 0-+",	" 0+-",	" -0+",	" -+0",	" +0-",	" +-0",
    };
    static char *precs[] = {
	"", "3", "5", "43",
	"7.3", "7.5", "7.11", "7.43",
    };
    static char *formats[] = {
	"d", "o", "x", "u",
	"hd", "ho", "hx", "hu"
    };
    int f, s, n, p;
    char fmt[20];

    for (f = 0; f < countof(formats); f++) {
	for (s = 0; s < countof(signs); s++) {
	    for (p = 0; p < countof(precs); p++) {
		fmt[0] = '%';
		fmt[1] = 0;
		if (signs[s]) strcat(fmt, signs[s]);
		if (precs[p]) strcat(fmt, precs[p]);
		if (formats[f]) strcat(fmt, formats[f]);
		for (n = 0; n < countof(nums); n++) {
		    test_i(fmt, nums[n]);
		}
	    }
	}
    }
}

/************************************************************************/

/*
** Perform a three way test against PR_smprintf, PR_snprintf, and sprintf.
** Make sure the results are identical
*/
static void test_l(char *pattern, char *spattern, PRInt32 l)
{
    char *s;
    char buf[200];
    int n;

    /* try all three routines */
    s = PR_smprintf(pattern, l);
    PR_ASSERT(s != 0);
    n = PR_snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), pattern, l);
    PR_ASSERT(n <= sizeof(buf));
    sprintf(sbuf, spattern, l);

    /* compare results */
    if ((strncmp(s, buf, sizeof(buf)) != 0) ||
	(strncmp(s, sbuf, sizeof(sbuf)) != 0)) {
	fprintf(stderr,
	   "pattern='%s' l=%ld\nPR_smprintf='%s'\nPR_snprintf='%s'\n    sprintf='%s'\n",
	   pattern, l, s, buf, sbuf);
	PR_smprintf_free(s);
	exit(-1);
    }
	PR_smprintf_free(s);
}

static void TestL(void)
{
    static PRInt32 nums[] = {
	0,
	1,
	-1,
	10,
	-10,
	32767,
	-32768,
	PR_INT32(0x7fffffff), /* 2147483647L */
	-1 - PR_INT32(0x7fffffff)  /* -2147483648L */
    };
    static char *signs[] = {
	"",
	"0",	"-",	"+", " ",
	"0-",	"0+",	"0 ",	"-0",	"-+",	"- ",
	"+0",	"+-",	"+ ",	" 0",	" -",	" +",
	"0-+",	"0- ",	"0+-",	"0+ ",	"0 -",	"0 +",
	"-0+",	"-0 ",	"-+0",	"-+ ",	"- 0",	"- +",
	"+0-",	"+0 ",	"+-0",	"+- ",	"+ 0",	"+ -",
	" 0-",	" 0+",	" -0",	" -+",	" +0",	" +-",
	"0-+ ",	"0- +",	"0+- ",	"0+ -",	"0 -+",	"0 +-",
	"-0+ ",	"-0 +",	"-+0 ",	"-+ 0",	"- 0+",	"- +0",
	"+0- ",	"+0 -",	"+-0 ",	"+- 0",	"+ 0-",	"+ -0",
	" 0-+",	" 0+-",	" -0+",	" -+0",	" +0-",	" +-0",
    };
    static char *precs[] = {
	"", "3", "5", "43",
	".3", ".43",
	"7.3", "7.5", "7.11", "7.43",
    };
    static char *formats[] = { "ld", "lo", "lx", "lu" };

#if PR_BYTES_PER_INT == 4
    static char *sformats[] = { "d", "o", "x", "u" };
#elif PR_BYTES_PER_LONG == 4
    static char *sformats[] = { "ld", "lo", "lx", "lu" };
#else
#error Neither int nor long is 4 bytes on this platform
#endif

    int f, s, n, p;
    char fmt[40], sfmt[40];

    for (f = 0; f < countof(formats); f++) {
	for (s = 0; s < countof(signs); s++) {
	    for (p = 0; p < countof(precs); p++) {
		fmt[0] = '%';
		fmt[1] = 0;
		if (signs[s]) strcat(fmt, signs[s]);
		if (precs[p]) strcat(fmt, precs[p]);
		strcpy(sfmt, fmt);
		if (formats[f]) strcat(fmt, formats[f]);
		if (sformats[f]) strcat(sfmt, sformats[f]);
		for (n = 0; n < countof(nums); n++) {
		    test_l(fmt, sfmt, nums[n]);
		}
	    }
	}
    }
}

/************************************************************************/

/*
** Perform a three way test against PR_smprintf, PR_snprintf, and sprintf.
** Make sure the results are identical
*/
static void test_ll(char *pattern, char *spattern, PRInt64 l)
{
    char *s;
    char buf[200];
    int n;

    /* try all three routines */
    s = PR_smprintf(pattern, l);
    PR_ASSERT(s != 0);
    n = PR_snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), pattern, l);
    PR_ASSERT(n <= sizeof(buf));
#if defined(HAVE_LONG_LONG)
    sprintf(sbuf, spattern, l);

    /* compare results */
    if ((strncmp(s, buf, sizeof(buf)) != 0) ||
	(strncmp(s, sbuf, sizeof(sbuf)) != 0)) {
#if PR_BYTES_PER_LONG == 8
#define FORMAT_SPEC "%ld"
#elif defined(WIN16)
#define FORMAT_SPEC "%Ld"
#elif defined(WIN32)
#define FORMAT_SPEC "%I64d"
#else
#define FORMAT_SPEC "%lld"
#endif
	fprintf(stderr,
	    "pattern='%s' ll=" FORMAT_SPEC "\nPR_smprintf='%s'\nPR_snprintf='%s'\n    sprintf='%s'\n",
	    pattern, l, s, buf, sbuf);
	printf("FAIL\n");
	PR_smprintf_free(s);
	exit(-1);
    }
	PR_smprintf_free(s);
#else
    /* compare results */
    if ((strncmp(s, buf, sizeof(buf)) != 0)) {
	fprintf(stderr,
	    "pattern='%s'\nPR_smprintf='%s'\nPR_snprintf='%s'\n    sprintf='%s'\n",
	    pattern, s, buf, sbuf);
	printf("FAIL\n");
	PR_smprintf_free(s);
        exit(-1);
    }
	PR_smprintf_free(s);
#endif
}

static void TestLL(void)
{
    static PRInt64 nums[] = {
	LL_INIT(0, 0),
	LL_INIT(0, 1),
	LL_INIT(0xffffffff, 0xffffffff),  /* -1 */
	LL_INIT(0, 10),
	LL_INIT(0xffffffff, 0xfffffff6),  /* -10 */
	LL_INIT(0, 32767),
	LL_INIT(0xffffffff, 0xffff8000),  /* -32768 */
	LL_INIT(0, 0x7fffffff),  /* 2147483647 */
	LL_INIT(0xffffffff, 0x80000000),  /* -2147483648 */
	LL_INIT(0x7fffffff, 0xffffffff),  /* 9223372036854775807 */
	LL_INIT(0x80000000, 0)            /* -9223372036854775808 */
    };

    static char *signs[] = {
	"",
	"0",	"-",	"+", " ",
	"0-",	"0+",	"0 ",	"-0",	"-+",	"- ",
	"+0",	"+-",	"+ ",	" 0",	" -",	" +",
	"0-+",	"0- ",	"0+-",	"0+ ",	"0 -",	"0 +",
	"-0+",	"-0 ",	"-+0",	"-+ ",	"- 0",	"- +",
	"+0-",	"+0 ",	"+-0",	"+- ",	"+ 0",	"+ -",
	" 0-",	" 0+",	" -0",	" -+",	" +0",	" +-",
	"0-+ ",	"0- +",	"0+- ",	"0+ -",	"0 -+",	"0 +-",
	"-0+ ",	"-0 +",	"-+0 ",	"-+ 0",	"- 0+",	"- +0",
	"+0- ",	"+0 -",	"+-0 ",	"+- 0",	"+ 0-",	"+ -0",
	" 0-+",	" 0+-",	" -0+",	" -+0",	" +0-",	" +-0",
    };
    static char *precs[] = {
	"", "3", "5", "43",
	".3", ".43",
	"7.3", "7.5", "7.11", "7.43",
    };
    static char *formats[] = { "lld", "llo", "llx", "llu" };

#if PR_BYTES_PER_LONG == 8
    static char *sformats[] = { "ld", "lo", "lx", "lu" };
#elif defined(WIN16)
    /* Watcom uses the format string "%Ld" instead of "%lld". */
    static char *sformats[] = { "Ld", "Lo", "Lx", "Lu" };
#elif defined(WIN32)
    static char *sformats[] = { "I64d", "I64o", "I64x", "I64u" };
#else
    static char *sformats[] = { "lld", "llo", "llx", "llu" };
#endif

    int f, s, n, p;
    char fmt[40], sfmt[40];

    for (f = 0; f < countof(formats); f++) {
	for (s = 0; s < countof(signs); s++) {
	    for (p = 0; p < countof(precs); p++) {
		fmt[0] = '%';
		fmt[1] = 0;
		if (signs[s]) strcat(fmt, signs[s]);
		if (precs[p]) strcat(fmt, precs[p]);
		strcpy(sfmt, fmt);
		if (formats[f]) strcat(fmt, formats[f]);
		if (sformats[f]) strcat(sfmt, sformats[f]);
		for (n = 0; n < countof(nums); n++) {
		    test_ll(fmt, sfmt, nums[n]);
		}
	    }
	}
    }
}

/************************************************************************/

/*
** Perform a three way test against PR_smprintf, PR_snprintf, and sprintf.
** Make sure the results are identical
*/
static void test_s(char *pattern, char *ss)
{
    char *s;
    unsigned char before[8];
    char buf[200];
    unsigned char after[8];
    int n;

    memset(before, 0xBB, 8);
    memset(after, 0xAA, 8);

    /* try all three routines */
    s = PR_smprintf(pattern, ss);
    PR_ASSERT(s != 0);
    n = PR_snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), pattern, ss);
    PR_ASSERT(n <= sizeof(buf));
    sprintf(sbuf, pattern, ss);

    for (n = 0; n < 8; n++) {
	PR_ASSERT(before[n] == 0xBB);
	PR_ASSERT(after[n] == 0xAA);
    }

    /* compare results */
    if ((strncmp(s, buf, sizeof(buf)) != 0) ||
	(strncmp(s, sbuf, sizeof(sbuf)) != 0)) {
	fprintf(stderr,
	   "pattern='%s' ss=%.20s\nPR_smprintf='%s'\nPR_snprintf='%s'\n    sprintf='%s'\n",
	   pattern, ss, s, buf, sbuf);
	printf("FAIL\n");
	PR_smprintf_free(s);
	exit(-1);
    }
	PR_smprintf_free(s);
}

static void TestS(void)
{
    static char *strs[] = {
	"",
	"a",
	"abc",
	"abcde",
	"abcdefABCDEF",
	"abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789!@#$"
	    "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789!@#$"
	    "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789!@#$",
    };
    /* '0' is not relevant to printing strings */
    static char *signs[] = {
	"",
	"-",	"+",	" ",
	"-+",	"- ",	"+-",	"+ ",	" -",	" +",
	"-+ ",	"- +",	"+- ",	"+ -",	" -+",	" +-",
    };
    static char *precs[] = {
	"", "3", "5", "43",
	".3", ".43",
	"7.3", "7.5", "7.11", "7.43",
    };
    static char *formats[] = { "s" };
    int f, s, n, p;
    char fmt[40];

    for (f = 0; f < countof(formats); f++) {
	for (s = 0; s < countof(signs); s++) {
	    for (p = 0; p < countof(precs); p++) {
		fmt[0] = '%';
		fmt[1] = 0;
		if (signs[s]) strcat(fmt+strlen(fmt), signs[s]);
		if (precs[p]) strcat(fmt+strlen(fmt), precs[p]);
		if (formats[f]) strcat(fmt+strlen(fmt), formats[f]);
		for (n = 0; n < countof(strs); n++) {
		    test_s(fmt, strs[n]);
		}
	    }
	}
    }
}

/************************************************************************/

int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
    PR_STDIO_INIT();
    TestI();
    TestL();
    TestLL();
    TestS();
    printf("PASS\n");
    return 0;
}