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inspect.js

Source: inspect.js Github

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1/* */ 
2var assert = require('assert');
3var util = require('../../util');
4var Date2 = require('vm').runInNewContext('Date');
5var d = new Date2();
6var orig = util.inspect(d);
7Date2.prototype.foo = 'bar';
8var after = util.inspect(d);
9assert.equal(orig, after);
10var a = ['foo', 'bar', 'baz'];
11assert.equal(util.inspect(a), '[ \'foo\', \'bar\', \'baz\' ]');
12delete a[1];
13assert.equal(util.inspect(a), '[ \'foo\', , \'baz\' ]');
14assert.equal(util.inspect(a, true), '[ \'foo\', , \'baz\', [length]: 3 ]');
15assert.equal(util.inspect(new Array(5)), '[ , , , ,  ]');
16var getter = Object.create(null, {a: {get: function() {
17      return 'aaa';
18    }}});
19var setter = Object.create(null, {b: {set: function() {}}});
20var getterAndSetter = Object.create(null, {c: {
21    get: function() {
22      return 'ccc';
23    },
24    set: function() {}
25  }});
26assert.equal(util.inspect(getter, true), '{ [a]: [Getter] }');
27assert.equal(util.inspect(setter, true), '{ [b]: [Setter] }');
28assert.equal(util.inspect(getterAndSetter, true), '{ [c]: [Getter/Setter] }');
29assert.equal(util.inspect(new Error()), '[Error]');
30assert.equal(util.inspect(new Error('FAIL')), '[Error: FAIL]');
31assert.equal(util.inspect(new TypeError('FAIL')), '[TypeError: FAIL]');
32assert.equal(util.inspect(new SyntaxError('FAIL')), '[SyntaxError: FAIL]');
33try {
34  undef();
35} catch (e) {
36  assert.equal(util.inspect(e), '[ReferenceError: undef is not defined]');
37}
38var ex = util.inspect(new Error('FAIL'), true);
39assert.ok(ex.indexOf('[Error: FAIL]') != -1);
40assert.ok(ex.indexOf('[stack]') != -1);
41assert.ok(ex.indexOf('[message]') != -1);
42assert.equal(util.inspect(Object.create(Date.prototype)), '{}');
43assert.doesNotThrow(function() {
44  var d = new Date();
45  d.toUTCString = null;
46  util.inspect(d);
47});
48assert.doesNotThrow(function() {
49  var r = /regexp/;
50  r.toString = null;
51  util.inspect(r);
52});
53assert.doesNotThrow(function() {
54  util.inspect([{inspect: function() {
55      return 123;
56    }}]);
57});
58var x = {inspect: util.inspect};
59assert.ok(util.inspect(x).indexOf('inspect') != -1);
60function test_color_style(style, input, implicit) {
61  var color_name = util.inspect.styles[style];
62  var color = ['', ''];
63  if (util.inspect.colors[color_name])
64    color = util.inspect.colors[color_name];
65  var without_color = util.inspect(input, false, 0, false);
66  var with_color = util.inspect(input, false, 0, true);
67  var expect = '\u001b[' + color[0] + 'm' + without_color + '\u001b[' + color[1] + 'm';
68  assert.equal(with_color, expect, 'util.inspect color for style ' + style);
69}
70test_color_style('special', function() {});
71test_color_style('number', 123.456);
72test_color_style('boolean', true);
73test_color_style('undefined', undefined);
74test_color_style('null', null);
75test_color_style('string', 'test string');
76test_color_style('date', new Date);
77test_color_style('regexp', /regexp/);
78assert.doesNotThrow(function() {
79  util.inspect({hasOwnProperty: null});
80});
81var subject = {
82  foo: 'bar',
83  hello: 31,
84  a: {b: {c: {d: 0}}}
85};
86Object.defineProperty(subject, 'hidden', {
87  enumerable: false,
88  value: null
89});
90assert(util.inspect(subject, {showHidden: false}).indexOf('hidden') === -1);
91assert(util.inspect(subject, {showHidden: true}).indexOf('hidden') !== -1);
92assert(util.inspect(subject, {colors: false}).indexOf('\u001b[32m') === -1);
93assert(util.inspect(subject, {colors: true}).indexOf('\u001b[32m') !== -1);
94assert(util.inspect(subject, {depth: 2}).indexOf('c: [Object]') !== -1);
95assert(util.inspect(subject, {depth: 0}).indexOf('a: [Object]') !== -1);
96assert(util.inspect(subject, {depth: null}).indexOf('{ d: 0 }') !== -1);
97subject = {inspect: function() {
98    return 123;
99  }};
100assert(util.inspect(subject, {customInspect: true}).indexOf('123') !== -1);
101assert(util.inspect(subject, {customInspect: true}).indexOf('inspect') === -1);
102assert(util.inspect(subject, {customInspect: false}).indexOf('123') === -1);
103assert(util.inspect(subject, {customInspect: false}).indexOf('inspect') !== -1);
104subject.inspect = function() {
105  return {foo: 'bar'};
106};
107assert.equal(util.inspect(subject), '{ foo: \'bar\' }');
108subject.inspect = function(depth, opts) {
109  assert.strictEqual(opts.customInspectOptions, true);
110};
111util.inspect(subject, {customInspectOptions: true});
112function test_lines(input) {
113  var count_lines = function(str) {
114    return (str.match(/\n/g) || []).length;
115  };
116  var without_color = util.inspect(input);
117  var with_color = util.inspect(input, {colors: true});
118  assert.equal(count_lines(without_color), count_lines(with_color));
119}
120test_lines([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]);
121test_lines(function() {
122  var big_array = [];
123  for (var i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
124    big_array.push(i);
125  }
126  return big_array;
127}());
128test_lines({
129  foo: 'bar',
130  baz: 35,
131  b: {a: 35}
132});
133test_lines({
134  foo: 'bar',
135  baz: 35,
136  b: {a: 35},
137  very_long_key: 'very_long_value',
138  even_longer_key: ['with even longer value in array']
139});
140
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JDK-8062799.js

Source: JDK-8062799.js Github

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1/*
2 * Copyright (c) 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
3 * DO NOT ALTER OR REMOVE COPYRIGHT NOTICES OR THIS FILE HEADER.
4 *
5 * This code is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
6 * under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 only, as
7 * published by the Free Software Foundation.
8 *
9 * This code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
10 * ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
11 * FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
12 * version 2 for more details (a copy is included in the LICENSE file that
13 * accompanied this code).
14 *
15 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License version
16 * 2 along with this work; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
17 * Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
18 *
19 * Please contact Oracle, 500 Oracle Parkway, Redwood Shores, CA 94065 USA
20 * or visit www.oracle.com if you need additional information or have any
21 * questions.
22 */
23
24/**
25 * JDK-8062799: Binary logical expressions can have numeric types
26 *
27 * @test
28 * @run
29 */
30
31(function() {
32    var inspect = Java.type("jdk.nashorn.test.tools.StaticTypeInspector").inspect;
33    
34    var b = true;
35    var i = 1;
36    var d = 2.1;
37    var o = "foo";
38
39    print(inspect(b || b, "b || b"));
40    print(inspect(b || i, "b || i"));
41    print(inspect(b || d, "b || d"));
42    print(inspect(b || o, "b || o"));
43        
44    print(inspect(i || b, "i || b"));
45    print(inspect(i || i, "i || i"));
46    print(inspect(i || d, "i || d"));
47    print(inspect(i || o, "i || o"));
48
49    print(inspect(d || b, "d || b"));
50    print(inspect(d || i, "d || i"));
51    print(inspect(d || d, "d || d"));
52    print(inspect(d || o, "d || o"));
53
54    print(inspect(o || b, "o || b"));
55    print(inspect(o || i, "o || i"));
56    print(inspect(o || d, "o || d"));
57    print(inspect(o || o, "o || o"));
58
59    print(inspect(b && b, "b && b"));
60    print(inspect(b && i, "b && i"));
61    print(inspect(b && d, "b && d"));
62    print(inspect(b && o, "b && o"));
63        
64    print(inspect(i && b, "i && b"));
65    print(inspect(i && i, "i && i"));
66    print(inspect(i && d, "i && d"));
67    print(inspect(i && o, "i && o"));
68
69    print(inspect(d && b, "d && b"));
70    print(inspect(d && i, "d && i"));
71    print(inspect(d && d, "d && d"));
72    print(inspect(d && o, "d && o"));
73
74    print(inspect(o && b, "o && b"));
75    print(inspect(o && i, "o && i"));
76    print(inspect(o && d, "o && d"));
77    print(inspect(o && o, "o && o"));
78})();
79
80    
81    
82        
83
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optimistic_arithmetic_check_type.js

Source: optimistic_arithmetic_check_type.js Github

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1/*
2 * Copyright (c) 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
3 * DO NOT ALTER OR REMOVE COPYRIGHT NOTICES OR THIS FILE HEADER.
4 *
5 * This code is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
6 * under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 only, as
7 * published by the Free Software Foundation.
8 *
9 * This code is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
10 * ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
11 * FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License
12 * version 2 for more details (a copy is included in the LICENSE file that
13 * accompanied this code).
14 *
15 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License version
16 * 2 along with this work; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation,
17 * Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.
18 *
19 * Please contact Oracle, 500 Oracle Parkway, Redwood Shores, CA 94065 USA
20 * or visit www.oracle.com if you need additional information or have any
21 * questions.
22 */
23
24/**
25 * @test
26 * @bug 8036987, 8037572
27 * @summary Implement tests that checks static types in the compiled code
28 * @option --optimistic-types=true
29 * @run
30 */
31
32var inspect = Java.type("jdk.nashorn.test.tools.StaticTypeInspector").inspect
33var a = 3, b, c;
34var x = { a: 2, b:1, c: 7, d: -1}
35var y = { a: Number.MAX_VALUE, b: Number.POSITIVE_INFINITY, c: "Hello", d: undefined}
36
37// Testing arithmetic operators
38//-- Local variable
39print(inspect(x.a*x.b, "local int multiplication by local int"))
40print(inspect(x.a/x.b, "local int division by local int without remainder"))
41print(inspect(x.c/x.a, "local int division by local int with remainder"))
42print(inspect(x.c%x.a, "local int modulo by local int"))
43print(inspect(x.a+x.b, "local int addition local int"))
44print(inspect(x.a-x.b, "local int substraction local int"))
45print(inspect(y.a*y.a, "max value multiplication by max value"))
46print(inspect(y.b*y.b, "infinity multiplication by infinity"))
47print(inspect(x.d/y.b, "-1 division by infinity"))
48print(inspect(y.b/x.e, "infinity division by zero"))
49print(inspect(y.b/y.c, "infinity division by String"))
50print(inspect(y.d/y.d, "local undefined division by local undefined"))
51print(inspect(y.d*y.d, "local undefined multiplication by local undefined"))
52print(inspect(y.d+x.a, "local undefined addition local int"))
53print(inspect(y.d--, "local undefined decrement postfix"))
54print(inspect(--y.d, "local undefined decrement prefix"))
55print(inspect(x.a++, "local int increment postfix"))
56print(inspect(++x.a, "local int increment prefix"))
57print(inspect(x.a--, "local int decrement postfix"))
58print(inspect(--x.a, "local int decrement prefix"))
59print(inspect(+x.a, "local int unary plus"))
60print(inspect(-x.a, "local int unary minus"))
61//-- Global variable
62print(inspect(b*c, "undefined multiplication by undefined"))
63print(inspect(b/c, "undefined division by undefined"))
64print(inspect(a+a, "global int addition global int"))
65print(inspect(a-a, "global int substraction global int"))
66print(inspect(a*a, "global int multiplication by global int"))
67print(inspect(a++, "global int increment postfix"))
68print(inspect(++a, "global int increment prefix"))
69print(inspect(a--, "global int decrement postfix"))
70print(inspect(--a, "global int decrement prefix"))
71print(inspect(+a, "global int unary plus"))
72print(inspect(-a, "global int unary minus"))
73print(inspect(b--, "global undefined decrement postfix"))
74print(inspect(--b, "global undefined decrement prefix"))
75print(inspect(x, "object"))
76print(inspect(x/x, "object division by object"))
77print(inspect(x/y, "object division by object"))
78
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