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The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2013 - 2022 Ralph Caraveo (deckarep@gmail.com)
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*/
package mapset
import "testing"
func makeSetInt(ints []int) Set[int] {
s := NewSet[int]()
for _, i := range ints {
s.Add(i)
}
return s
}
func makeUnsafeSetInt(ints []int) Set[int] {
s := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
for _, i := range ints {
s.Add(i)
}
return s
}
func assertEqual[T comparable](a, b Set[T], t *testing.T) {
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Errorf("%v != %v\n", a, b)
}
}
func Test_NewSet(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("NewSet should start out as an empty set")
}
assertEqual(NewSetFromSlice[int]([]int{}), NewSet[int](), t)
assertEqual(NewSetFromSlice[int]([]int{1}), NewSet[int](1), t)
assertEqual(NewSetFromSlice[int]([]int{1, 2}), NewSet[int](1, 2), t)
assertEqual(NewSetFromSlice[string]([]string{"a"}), NewSet[string]("a"), t)
assertEqual(NewSetFromSlice[string]([]string{"a", "b"}), NewSet[string]("a", "b"), t)
}
func Test_NewUnsafeSet(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("NewSet should start out as an empty set")
}
}
func Test_AddSet(t *testing.T) {
a := makeSetInt([]int{1, 2, 3})
if a.Cardinality() != 3 {
t.Error("AddSet does not have a size of 3 even though 3 items were added to a new set")
}
}
func Test_AddUnsafeSet(t *testing.T) {
a := makeUnsafeSetInt([]int{1, 2, 3})
if a.Cardinality() != 3 {
t.Error("AddSet does not have a size of 3 even though 3 items were added to a new set")
}
}
func Test_AddSetNoDuplicate(t *testing.T) {
a := makeSetInt([]int{7, 5, 3, 7})
if a.Cardinality() != 3 {
t.Error("AddSetNoDuplicate set should have 3 elements since 7 is a duplicate")
}
if !(a.Contains(7) && a.Contains(5) && a.Contains(3)) {
t.Error("AddSetNoDuplicate set should have a 7, 5, and 3 in it.")
}
}
func Test_AddUnsafeSetNoDuplicate(t *testing.T) {
a := makeUnsafeSetInt([]int{7, 5, 3, 7})
if a.Cardinality() != 3 {
t.Error("AddSetNoDuplicate set should have 3 elements since 7 is a duplicate")
}
if !(a.Contains(7) && a.Contains(5) && a.Contains(3)) {
t.Error("AddSetNoDuplicate set should have a 7, 5, and 3 in it.")
}
}
func Test_RemoveSet(t *testing.T) {
a := makeSetInt([]int{6, 3, 1})
a.Remove(3)
if a.Cardinality() != 2 {
t.Error("RemoveSet should only have 2 items in the set")
}
if !(a.Contains(6) && a.Contains(1)) {
t.Error("RemoveSet should have only items 6 and 1 in the set")
}
a.Remove(6)
a.Remove(1)
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("RemoveSet should be an empty set after removing 6 and 1")
}
}
func Test_RemoveUnsafeSet(t *testing.T) {
a := makeUnsafeSetInt([]int{6, 3, 1})
a.Remove(3)
if a.Cardinality() != 2 {
t.Error("RemoveSet should only have 2 items in the set")
}
if !(a.Contains(6) && a.Contains(1)) {
t.Error("RemoveSet should have only items 6 and 1 in the set")
}
a.Remove(6)
a.Remove(1)
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("RemoveSet should be an empty set after removing 6 and 1")
}
}
func Test_ContainsSet(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
a.Add(71)
if !a.Contains(71) {
t.Error("ContainsSet should contain 71")
}
a.Remove(71)
if a.Contains(71) {
t.Error("ContainsSet should not contain 71")
}
a.Add(13)
a.Add(7)
a.Add(1)
if !(a.Contains(13) && a.Contains(7) && a.Contains(1)) {
t.Error("ContainsSet should contain 13, 7, 1")
}
}
func Test_ContainsUnsafeSet(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
a.Add(71)
if !a.Contains(71) {
t.Error("ContainsSet should contain 71")
}
a.Remove(71)
if a.Contains(71) {
t.Error("ContainsSet should not contain 71")
}
a.Add(13)
a.Add(7)
a.Add(1)
if !(a.Contains(13) && a.Contains(7) && a.Contains(1)) {
t.Error("ContainsSet should contain 13, 7, 1")
}
}
func Test_ContainsMultipleSet(t *testing.T) {
a := makeSetInt([]int{8, 6, 7, 5, 3, 0, 9})
if !a.Contains(8, 6, 7, 5, 3, 0, 9) {
t.Error("ContainsAll should contain Jenny's phone number")
}
if a.Contains(8, 6, 11, 5, 3, 0, 9) {
t.Error("ContainsAll should not have all of these numbers")
}
}
func Test_ContainsMultipleUnsafeSet(t *testing.T) {
a := makeUnsafeSetInt([]int{8, 6, 7, 5, 3, 0, 9})
if !a.Contains(8, 6, 7, 5, 3, 0, 9) {
t.Error("ContainsAll should contain Jenny's phone number")
}
if a.Contains(8, 6, 11, 5, 3, 0, 9) {
t.Error("ContainsAll should not have all of these numbers")
}
}
func Test_ClearSet(t *testing.T) {
a := makeSetInt([]int{2, 5, 9, 10})
a.Clear()
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("ClearSet should be an empty set")
}
}
func Test_ClearUnsafeSet(t *testing.T) {
a := makeUnsafeSetInt([]int{2, 5, 9, 10})
a.Clear()
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("ClearSet should be an empty set")
}
}
func Test_CardinalitySet(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("set should be an empty set")
}
a.Add(1)
if a.Cardinality() != 1 {
t.Error("set should have a size of 1")
}
a.Remove(1)
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("set should be an empty set")
}
a.Add(9)
if a.Cardinality() != 1 {
t.Error("set should have a size of 1")
}
a.Clear()
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("set should have a size of 1")
}
}
func Test_CardinalityUnsafeSet(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("set should be an empty set")
}
a.Add(1)
if a.Cardinality() != 1 {
t.Error("set should have a size of 1")
}
a.Remove(1)
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("set should be an empty set")
}
a.Add(9)
if a.Cardinality() != 1 {
t.Error("set should have a size of 1")
}
a.Clear()
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("set should have a size of 1")
}
}
func Test_SetIsSubset(t *testing.T) {
a := makeSetInt([]int{1, 2, 3, 5, 7})
b := NewSet[int]()
b.Add(3)
b.Add(5)
b.Add(7)
if !b.IsSubset(a) {
t.Error("set b should be a subset of set a")
}
b.Add(72)
if b.IsSubset(a) {
t.Error("set b should not be a subset of set a because it contains 72 which is not in the set of a")
}
}
func Test_SetIsProperSubset(t *testing.T) {
a := makeSetInt([]int{1, 2, 3, 5, 7})
b := makeSetInt([]int{7, 5, 3, 2, 1})
if !a.IsSubset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a subset of set b")
}
if a.IsProperSubset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a proper subset of set b (they're equal)")
}
b.Add(72)
if !a.IsSubset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a subset of set b")
}
if !a.IsProperSubset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a proper subset of set b")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetIsSubset(t *testing.T) {
a := makeUnsafeSetInt([]int{1, 2, 3, 5, 7})
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
b.Add(3)
b.Add(5)
b.Add(7)
if !b.IsSubset(a) {
t.Error("set b should be a subset of set a")
}
b.Add(72)
if b.IsSubset(a) {
t.Error("set b should not be a subset of set a because it contains 72 which is not in the set of a")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetIsProperSubset(t *testing.T) {
a := makeUnsafeSetInt([]int{1, 2, 3, 5, 7})
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
b.Add(7)
b.Add(1)
b.Add(5)
b.Add(3)
b.Add(2)
if !a.IsSubset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a subset of set b")
}
if a.IsProperSubset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a proper subset of set b (they're equal)")
}
b.Add(72)
if !a.IsSubset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a subset of set b")
}
if !a.IsProperSubset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a proper subset of set b because set b has 72")
}
}
func Test_SetIsSuperset(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
a.Add(9)
a.Add(5)
a.Add(2)
a.Add(1)
a.Add(11)
b := NewSet[int]()
b.Add(5)
b.Add(2)
b.Add(11)
if !a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a superset of set b")
}
b.Add(42)
if a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a superset of set b because set b has a 42")
}
}
func Test_SetIsProperSuperset(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
a.Add(5)
a.Add(2)
a.Add(11)
b := NewSet[int]()
b.Add(2)
b.Add(5)
b.Add(11)
if !a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a superset of set b")
}
if a.IsProperSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a proper superset of set b (they're equal)")
}
a.Add(9)
if !a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a superset of set b")
}
if !a.IsProperSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a not be a proper superset of set b because set a has a 9")
}
b.Add(42)
if a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a superset of set b because set b has a 42")
}
if a.IsProperSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a proper superset of set b because set b has a 42")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetIsSuperset(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
a.Add(9)
a.Add(5)
a.Add(2)
a.Add(1)
a.Add(11)
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
b.Add(5)
b.Add(2)
b.Add(11)
if !a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a superset of set b")
}
b.Add(42)
if a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a superset of set b because set a has a 42")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetIsProperSuperset(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
a.Add(5)
a.Add(2)
a.Add(11)
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
b.Add(2)
b.Add(5)
b.Add(11)
if !a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a superset of set b")
}
if a.IsProperSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a proper superset of set b (they're equal)")
}
a.Add(9)
if !a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should be a superset of set b")
}
if !a.IsProperSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a not be a proper superset of set b because set a has a 9")
}
b.Add(42)
if a.IsSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a superset of set b because set b has a 42")
}
if a.IsProperSuperset(b) {
t.Error("set a should not be a proper superset of set b because set b has a 42")
}
}
func Test_SetUnion(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
b := NewSet[int]()
b.Add(1)
b.Add(2)
b.Add(3)
b.Add(4)
b.Add(5)
c := a.Union(b)
if c.Cardinality() != 5 {
t.Error("set c is unioned with an empty set and therefore should have 5 elements in it")
}
d := NewSet[int]()
d.Add(10)
d.Add(14)
d.Add(0)
e := c.Union(d)
if e.Cardinality() != 8 {
t.Error("set e should should have 8 elements in it after being unioned with set c to d")
}
f := NewSet[int]()
f.Add(14)
f.Add(3)
g := f.Union(e)
if g.Cardinality() != 8 {
t.Error("set g should still have 8 elements in it after being unioned with set f that has duplicates")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetUnion(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
b.Add(1)
b.Add(2)
b.Add(3)
b.Add(4)
b.Add(5)
c := a.Union(b)
if c.Cardinality() != 5 {
t.Error("set c is unioned with an empty set and therefore should have 5 elements in it")
}
d := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
d.Add(10)
d.Add(14)
d.Add(0)
e := c.Union(d)
if e.Cardinality() != 8 {
t.Error("set e should should have 8 elements in it after being unioned with set c to d")
}
f := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
f.Add(14)
f.Add(3)
g := f.Union(e)
if g.Cardinality() != 8 {
t.Error("set g should still have 8 elements in it after being unioned with set f that has duplicates")
}
}
func Test_SetIntersect(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
a.Add(1)
a.Add(3)
a.Add(5)
b := NewSet[int]()
a.Add(2)
a.Add(4)
a.Add(6)
c := a.Intersect(b)
if c.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("set c should be the empty set because there is no common items to intersect")
}
a.Add(10)
b.Add(10)
d := a.Intersect(b)
if !(d.Cardinality() == 1 && d.Contains(10)) {
t.Error("set d should have a size of 1 and contain the item 10")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetIntersect(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
a.Add(1)
a.Add(3)
a.Add(5)
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
a.Add(2)
a.Add(4)
a.Add(6)
c := a.Intersect(b)
if c.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("set c should be the empty set because there is no common items to intersect")
}
a.Add(10)
b.Add(10)
d := a.Intersect(b)
if !(d.Cardinality() == 1 && d.Contains(10)) {
t.Error("set d should have a size of 1 and contain the item 10")
}
}
func Test_SetDifference(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
a.Add(1)
a.Add(2)
a.Add(3)
b := NewSet[int]()
b.Add(1)
b.Add(3)
b.Add(4)
b.Add(5)
b.Add(6)
b.Add(99)
c := a.Difference(b)
if !(c.Cardinality() == 1 && c.Contains(2)) {
t.Error("the difference of set a to b is the set of 1 item: 2")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetDifference(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
a.Add(1)
a.Add(2)
a.Add(3)
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
b.Add(1)
b.Add(3)
b.Add(4)
b.Add(5)
b.Add(6)
b.Add(99)
c := a.Difference(b)
if !(c.Cardinality() == 1 && c.Contains(2)) {
t.Error("the difference of set a to b is the set of 1 item: 2")
}
}
func Test_SetSymmetricDifference(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
a.Add(1)
a.Add(2)
a.Add(3)
a.Add(45)
b := NewSet[int]()
b.Add(1)
b.Add(3)
b.Add(4)
b.Add(5)
b.Add(6)
b.Add(99)
c := a.SymmetricDifference(b)
if !(c.Cardinality() == 6 && c.Contains(2) && c.Contains(45) && c.Contains(4) && c.Contains(5) && c.Contains(6) && c.Contains(99)) {
t.Error("the symmetric difference of set a to b is the set of 6 items: 2, 45, 4, 5, 6, 99")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetSymmetricDifference(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
a.Add(1)
a.Add(2)
a.Add(3)
a.Add(45)
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
b.Add(1)
b.Add(3)
b.Add(4)
b.Add(5)
b.Add(6)
b.Add(99)
c := a.SymmetricDifference(b)
if !(c.Cardinality() == 6 && c.Contains(2) && c.Contains(45) && c.Contains(4) && c.Contains(5) && c.Contains(6) && c.Contains(99)) {
t.Error("the symmetric difference of set a to b is the set of 6 items: 2, 45, 4, 5, 6, 99")
}
}
func Test_SetEqual(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
b := NewSet[int]()
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("Both a and b are empty sets, and should be equal")
}
a.Add(10)
if a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("a should not be equal to b because b is empty and a has item 1 in it")
}
b.Add(10)
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("a is now equal again to b because both have the item 10 in them")
}
b.Add(8)
b.Add(3)
b.Add(47)
if a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("b has 3 more elements in it so therefore should not be equal to a")
}
a.Add(8)
a.Add(3)
a.Add(47)
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("a and b should be equal with the same number of elements")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetEqual(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("Both a and b are empty sets, and should be equal")
}
a.Add(10)
if a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("a should not be equal to b because b is empty and a has item 1 in it")
}
b.Add(10)
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("a is now equal again to b because both have the item 10 in them")
}
b.Add(8)
b.Add(3)
b.Add(47)
if a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("b has 3 more elements in it so therefore should not be equal to a")
}
a.Add(8)
a.Add(3)
a.Add(47)
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("a and b should be equal with the same number of elements")
}
}
func Test_SetClone(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[int]()
a.Add(1)
a.Add(2)
b := a.Clone()
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("Clones should be equal")
}
a.Add(3)
if a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("a contains one more element, they should not be equal")
}
c := a.Clone()
c.Remove(1)
if a.Equal(c) {
t.Error("C contains one element less, they should not be equal")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeSetClone(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[int]()
a.Add(1)
a.Add(2)
b := a.Clone()
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("Clones should be equal")
}
a.Add(3)
if a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("a contains one more element, they should not be equal")
}
c := a.Clone()
c.Remove(1)
if a.Equal(c) {
t.Error("C contains one element less, they should not be equal")
}
}
func Test_Each(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[string]()
a.Add("Z")
a.Add("Y")
a.Add("X")
a.Add("W")
b := NewSet[string]()
a.Each(func(elem string) bool {
b.Add(elem)
return false
})
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("The sets are not equal after iterating (Each) through the first set")
}
var count int
a.Each(func(elem string) bool {
if count == 2 {
return true
}
count++
return false
})
if count != 2 {
t.Error("Iteration should stop on the way")
}
}
func Test_Iter(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[string]()
a.Add("Z")
a.Add("Y")
a.Add("X")
a.Add("W")
b := NewSet[string]()
for val := range a.Iter() {
b.Add(val)
}
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("The sets are not equal after iterating (Iter) through the first set")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeIter(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[string]()
a.Add("Z")
a.Add("Y")
a.Add("X")
a.Add("W")
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[string]()
for val := range a.Iter() {
b.Add(val)
}
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("The sets are not equal after iterating (Iter) through the first set")
}
}
func Test_Iterator(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[string]()
a.Add("Z")
a.Add("Y")
a.Add("X")
a.Add("W")
b := NewSet[string]()
for val := range a.Iterator().C {
b.Add(val)
}
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("The sets are not equal after iterating (Iterator) through the first set")
}
}
func Test_UnsafeIterator(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[string]()
a.Add("Z")
a.Add("Y")
a.Add("X")
a.Add("W")
b := NewThreadUnsafeSet[string]()
for val := range a.Iterator().C {
b.Add(val)
}
if !a.Equal(b) {
t.Error("The sets are not equal after iterating (Iterator) through the first set")
}
}
func Test_IteratorStop(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[string]()
a.Add("Z")
a.Add("Y")
a.Add("X")
a.Add("W")
it := a.Iterator()
it.Stop()
for range it.C {
t.Error("The iterating (Iterator) did not stop after Stop() has been called")
}
}
func Test_PopSafe(t *testing.T) {
a := NewSet[string]()
a.Add("a")
a.Add("b")
a.Add("c")
a.Add("d")
aPop := func() (v string) {
v, _ = a.Pop()
return
}
captureSet := NewSet[string]()
captureSet.Add(aPop())
captureSet.Add(aPop())
captureSet.Add(aPop())
captureSet.Add(aPop())
finalNil := aPop()
if captureSet.Cardinality() != 4 {
t.Error("unexpected captureSet cardinality; should be 4")
}
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("unepxected a cardinality; should be zero")
}
if !captureSet.Contains("c", "a", "d", "b") {
t.Error("unexpected result set; should be a,b,c,d (any order is fine")
}
if finalNil != "" {
t.Error("when original set is empty, further pops should result in nil")
}
}
func Test_PopUnsafe(t *testing.T) {
a := NewThreadUnsafeSet[string]()
a.Add("a")
a.Add("b")
a.Add("c")
a.Add("d")
aPop := func() (v string) {
v, _ = a.Pop()
return
}
captureSet := NewThreadUnsafeSet[string]()
captureSet.Add(aPop())
captureSet.Add(aPop())
captureSet.Add(aPop())
captureSet.Add(aPop())
finalNil := aPop()
if captureSet.Cardinality() != 4 {
t.Error("unexpected captureSet cardinality; should be 4")
}
if a.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("unepxected a cardinality; should be zero")
}
if !captureSet.Contains("c", "a", "d", "b") {
t.Error("unexpected result set; should be a,b,c,d (any order is fine")
}
if finalNil != "" {
t.Error("when original set is empty, further pops should result in nil")
}
}
func Test_EmptySetProperties(t *testing.T) {
empty := NewSet[string]()
a := NewSet[string]()
a.Add("1")
a.Add("foo")
a.Add("bar")
b := NewSet[string]()
b.Add("one")
b.Add("two")
b.Add("3")
b.Add("4")
if !empty.IsSubset(a) || !empty.IsSubset(b) {
t.Error("The empty set is supposed to be a subset of all sets")
}
if !a.IsSuperset(empty) || !b.IsSuperset(empty) {
t.Error("All sets are supposed to be a superset of the empty set")
}
if !empty.IsSubset(empty) || !empty.IsSuperset(empty) {
t.Error("The empty set is supposed to be a subset and a superset of itself")
}
c := a.Union(empty)
if !c.Equal(a) {
t.Error("The union of any set with the empty set is supposed to be equal to itself")
}
c = a.Intersect(empty)
if !c.Equal(empty) {
t.Error("The intesection of any set with the empty set is supposed to be the empty set")
}
if empty.Cardinality() != 0 {
t.Error("Cardinality of the empty set is supposed to be zero")
}
}
func Test_ToSliceUnthreadsafe(t *testing.T) {
s := makeUnsafeSetInt([]int{1, 2, 3})
setAsSlice := s.ToSlice()
if len(setAsSlice) != s.Cardinality() {
t.Errorf("Set length is incorrect: %v", len(setAsSlice))
}
for _, i := range setAsSlice {
if !s.Contains(i) {
t.Errorf("Set is missing element: %v", i)
}
}
}
func Test_Example(t *testing.T) {
/*
requiredClasses := NewSet()
requiredClasses.Add("Cooking")
requiredClasses.Add("English")
requiredClasses.Add("Math")
requiredClasses.Add("Biology")
scienceSlice := []interface{}{"Biology", "Chemistry"}
scienceClasses := NewSetFromSlice(scienceSlice)
electiveClasses := NewSet()
electiveClasses.Add("Welding")
electiveClasses.Add("Music")
electiveClasses.Add("Automotive")
bonusClasses := NewSet()
bonusClasses.Add("Go Programming")
bonusClasses.Add("Python Programming")
//Show me all the available classes I can take
allClasses := requiredClasses.Union(scienceClasses).Union(electiveClasses).Union(bonusClasses)
fmt.Println(allClasses) //Set{English, Chemistry, Automotive, Cooking, Math, Biology, Welding, Music, Go Programming}
//Is cooking considered a science class?
fmt.Println(scienceClasses.Contains("Cooking")) //false
//Show me all classes that are not science classes, since I hate science.
fmt.Println(allClasses.Difference(scienceClasses)) //Set{English, Automotive, Cooking, Math, Welding, Music, Go Programming}
//Which science classes are also required classes?
fmt.Println(scienceClasses.Intersect(requiredClasses)) //Set{Biology}
//How many bonus classes do you offer?
fmt.Println(bonusClasses.Cardinality()) //2
//Do you have the following classes? Welding, Automotive and English?
fmt.Println(allClasses.ContainsAll("Welding", "Automotive", "English"))
*/
}