tests/testthat/tests_deque_stack.R

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context("stack")


test_that("stack pops first element as list", {
    s <- stack()
    r <- as.list(stats::rnorm(5))
    s <- insert(s, r)
    expect_equal(pop(s), r[[5]], tolerance=0.1)
})


test_that("stack peeks first elemen as list", {
    s <- stack()
    r <- as.list(stats::rnorm(5))
    s <- insert(s, r)
    expect_equal(peek(s), r[[5]], tolerance=0.1)
})

test_that("stack peeks first element vectorial", {
    q <- stack()
    r <- stats::rnorm(5)
    q <- insert(q, r)
    expect_equal(peek(q), r, tolerance=0.1)
})


test_that("stack pops first element vectorial", {
    q <- stack()
    r <- stats::rnorm(5)
    q <- insert(q, r)
    expect_equal(pop(q), r, tolerance=0.1)
})


test_that("stack peeks first element multiple elements in list", {
    q <- stack()
    r <- stats::rnorm(5)
    q <- insert(q, list(r, 1))
    expect_equal(peek(q), 1, tolerance=0.1)
})


test_that("stack pop first element multiple elements in list", {
    q <- stack()
    r <- stats::rnorm(5)
    q <- insert(q, list(r, 1))
    expect_equal(pop(q), 1, tolerance=0.1)
})


test_that("stack pop first element multiple elements in list", {
    q <- stack()
    r <- stats::rnorm(5)
    q <- insert(q, list(r, 1))
    expect_equal(pop(q), 1, tolerance=0.1)
})


test_that("stack can handle different values", {
    q <- stack()
    q <- insert(q, list(2, 1))
    q <- insert(q, data.frame(A=1))
    q <- insert(q, rnorm(10))
    expect_equal(length(pop(q)), 10)
    expect_true(is.data.frame(pop(q)))
    expect_equal(pop(q), 1)
    expect_equal(pop(q), 2)
})

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datastructures documentation built on May 2, 2018, 5:05 p.m.