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1//=================================================================
2//
3//        strtok.c
4//
5//        Testcase for C library strtok()
6//
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42//
43// Author(s):     ctarpy, jlarmour
44// Contributors: 
45// Date:          1999-01-20
46// Description:   Contains testcode for C library strtok() function
47//
48//
49//####DESCRIPTIONEND####
50
51// CONFIGURATION
52
53#include <pkgconf/system.h>
54#include <pkgconf/libc_string.h>   // Configuration header
55
56// INCLUDES
57
58#include <string.h>
59#include <cyg/infra/testcase.h>
60
61// FUNCTIONS
62
63// Functions to avoid having to use libc strings
64
65
66static int
67my_strcmp(const char *s1, const char *s2)
68{
69    for ( ; *s1 == *s2 ; s1++,s2++ ) {
70        if ( *s1 == '\0' )
71            break;
72    } // for
73
74    return (*s1 - *s2);
75} // my_strcmp()
76
77
78static char *
79my_strcpy(char *s1, const char *s2)
80{
81    while (*s2 != '\0') {
82        *(s1++) = *(s2++);
83    }
84    *s1 = '\0';
85
86    return s1; 
87} // my_strcpy()
88
89
90static void
91test( CYG_ADDRWORD data )
92{
93    char x[300];
94
95    // Check 1
96    my_strcpy(x, "tok1 tok2 3kot");
97    if (( my_strcmp("tok1", strtok(x, " ")) == 0 ) &&
98        ( my_strcmp("tok2", strtok(NULL, " ")) == 0 ) &&
99        ( my_strcmp("3kot", strtok(NULL, " ")) == 0 ))
100
101        CYG_TEST_PASS("Simple strtok() #1");
102    else
103        CYG_TEST_FAIL("Simple strtok() #1");
104
105    // Check 2
106    my_strcpy(x, "Hitteth@ye *not, the vicar");
107    if (( my_strcmp("Hitteth", strtok(x, "@,*")) == 0 ) &&
108        ( my_strcmp("ye ", strtok(NULL, ",@*")) == 0 ) &&
109        ( my_strcmp("not", strtok(NULL, "*@,")) == 0 ) &&
110        ( my_strcmp(" the vicar", strtok(NULL, "*@,")) == 0 ) )
111
112        CYG_TEST_PASS("Simple strtok() #2");
113    else
114        CYG_TEST_FAIL("Simple strtok() #2");
115
116    // Check 3
117    my_strcpy(x, "on his bonce, with thine football");
118    if ( my_strcmp(strtok(x, "@*"), x) == 0 )
119        CYG_TEST_PASS("strtok() with token delimiters not found");
120    else
121        CYG_TEST_FAIL("strtok() with token delimiters not found");
122
123    // Check 4
124    my_strcpy(x, "@@@,,,...@,.,.@");
125    if (strtok(x, "@,.") == NULL)
126        CYG_TEST_PASS("All characters of string are token delimiters");
127    else
128        CYG_TEST_FAIL("All characters of string are token delimiters");
129
130    // Check 5
131    my_strcpy(x, "");
132    if (strtok(x, "@,.") == NULL)
133        CYG_TEST_PASS("String to tokenize empty");
134    else
135        CYG_TEST_FAIL("String to tokenize empty");
136
137    // Check 6
138    my_strcpy(x, "fdafda");
139    if (strtok(x, "") == x)
140        CYG_TEST_PASS("String to tokenize empty");
141    else
142        CYG_TEST_FAIL("String to tokenize empty");
143
144    CYG_TEST_FINISH("Finished tests from testcase " __FILE__ " for C library "
145                    "strtok() function");
146
147} // test()
148
149int
150main(int argc, char *argv[])
151{
152    CYG_TEST_INIT();
153
154    CYG_TEST_INFO("Starting tests from testcase " __FILE__ " for C library "
155                  "strtok() function");
156    CYG_TEST_INFO("This testcase provides simple basic tests");
157
158    test(0);
159
160    CYG_TEST_NA("Testing is not applicable to this configuration");
161} // main()
162
163
164// EOF strtok.c
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