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1//=================================================================
2//
3//        strcoll1.c
4//
5//        Testcase for C library strcoll()
6//
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42//
43// Author(s):     ctarpy, jlarmour
44// Contributors: 
45// Date:          2000-04-30
46// Description:   Contains testcode for C library strcoll() function
47//
48//
49//####DESCRIPTIONEND####
50
51// INCLUDES
52
53#include <string.h>
54#include <cyg/infra/testcase.h>
55
56
57// FUNCTIONS
58
59// Functions to avoid having to use libc strings
60
61
62static char *my_strcpy(char *s1, const char *s2)
63{
64    while (*s2 != '\0') {
65        *(s1++) = *(s2++);
66    }
67    *s1 = '\0';
68
69    return s1; 
70} // my_strcpy()
71
72
73int main( int argc, char *argv[] )
74{
75    char x[300];
76    char y[300];
77
78    CYG_TEST_INIT();
79
80    CYG_TEST_INFO("Starting tests from testcase " __FILE__ " for C library "
81                  "strcoll() function");
82    CYG_TEST_INFO("This testcase provides simple basic tests");
83
84    // Check 1
85    my_strcpy(x, "I have become, comfortably numb");
86    my_strcpy(y, "I have become, comfortably numb");
87    CYG_TEST_PASS_FAIL( (strcoll(x, y) == 0), "Simple compare");
88
89
90    // Check 2
91    my_strcpy(x, "");
92    my_strcpy(y, "");
93    CYG_TEST_PASS_FAIL( (strcoll(x, y) == 0), "Simple empty string compare");
94
95
96    // Check 3
97    my_strcpy(x, "..shall snuff it. And the Lord did grin");
98    my_strcpy(y, "..shall snuff it. And the Lord did grio");
99    CYG_TEST_PASS_FAIL( (strcoll(x, y) < 0),
100                        "Memory less than #1" );
101
102
103    // Check 4
104    my_strcpy(x, "A reading from the Book of Armaments, Chapter 4, "
105                  "Verses 16 to 20:");
106    my_strcpy(y, "Bless this, O Lord, that with it thou mayst blow thine "
107                 "enemies to tiny bits, in thy mercy.");
108    CYG_TEST_PASS_FAIL( (strcoll(x, y) < 0),
109                        "Memory less than #2");
110
111    // Check 5
112    my_strcpy(x, "Lobeth this thy holy hand grenade at thy foe");
113    my_strcpy(y, "Lobeth this thy holy hand grenade at thy fod");
114    CYG_TEST_PASS_FAIL( (strcoll(x, y) > 0),
115                        "Memory greater than #1" );
116
117
118    // Check 6
119    my_strcpy(y, "Three shall be the number of the counting and the");
120    my_strcpy(x, "number of the counting shall be three");
121    CYG_TEST_PASS_FAIL( (strcoll(x, y) > 0),
122                        "Memory greater than #2" );
123
124//    CYG_TEST_NA("Testing is not applicable to this configuration");
125
126    CYG_TEST_FINISH("Finished tests from testcase " __FILE__ " for C library "
127                    "strcoll() function");
128} // main()
129
130
131
132// EOF strcoll1.c
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