[IronPython] CPython test_builtin hacked module

Michael Spencer mahs at telcopartners.com
Sun Apr 3 23:46:48 PDT 2005


Test Module (a couple of hacks to CPython test_builtin to enable it to import 
and run on fepy 0.7.1)

# Python test set -- built-in functions << this is line 1 of the source

#import test.test_support, unittest
#from test.test_support import fcmp, have_unicode, TESTFN, unlink
have_unicode = False
import unittest
import sys

def unlink(fileobj): pass

TESTFN = '@test'

FUZZ = 1e-6

def fcmp(x, y): # fuzzy comparison function
     if type(x) == type(0.0) or type(y) == type(0.0):
         try:
             x, y = coerce(x, y)
             fuzz = (abs(x) + abs(y)) * FUZZ
             if abs(x-y) <= fuzz:
                 return 0
         except:
             pass
     elif type(x) == type(y) and type(x) in (type(()), type([])):
         for i in range(min(len(x), len(y))):
             outcome = fcmp(x[i], y[i])
             if outcome != 0:
                 return outcome
         return cmp(len(x), len(y))
     return cmp(x, y)



# import warnings, cStringIO, random, UserDict
##warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", "hex../oct.. of negative int",
##                        FutureWarning, __name__)
##warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", "integer argument expected",
##                        DeprecationWarning, "unittest")

class Squares:

     def __init__(self, max):
         self.max = max
         self.sofar = []

     def __len__(self): return len(self.sofar)

     def __getitem__(self, i):
         if not 0 <= i < self.max: raise IndexError
         n = len(self.sofar)
         while n <= i:
             self.sofar.append(n*n)
             n += 1
         return self.sofar[i]

class StrSquares:

     def __init__(self, max):
         self.max = max
         self.sofar = []

     def __len__(self):
         return len(self.sofar)

     def __getitem__(self, i):
         if not 0 <= i < self.max:
             raise IndexError
         n = len(self.sofar)
         while n <= i:
             self.sofar.append(str(n*n))
             n += 1
         return self.sofar[i]

class BitBucket:
     def write(self, line):
         pass

L = [
         ('0', 0),
         ('1', 1),
         ('9', 9),
         ('10', 10),
         ('99', 99),
         ('100', 100),
         ('314', 314),
         (' 314', 314),
         ('314 ', 314),
         ('  \t\t  314  \t\t  ', 314),
         (repr(sys.maxint), sys.maxint),
         ('  1x', ValueError),
         ('  1  ', 1),
         ('  1\02  ', ValueError),
         ('', ValueError),
         (' ', ValueError),
         ('  \t\t  ', ValueError)
]
if have_unicode:
     L += [
         (unicode('0'), 0),
         (unicode('1'), 1),
         (unicode('9'), 9),
         (unicode('10'), 10),
         (unicode('99'), 99),
         (unicode('100'), 100),
         (unicode('314'), 314),
         (unicode(' 314'), 314),
         (unicode('\u0663\u0661\u0664 ','raw-unicode-escape'), 314),
         (unicode('  \t\t  314  \t\t  '), 314),
         (unicode('  1x'), ValueError),
         (unicode('  1  '), 1),
         (unicode('  1\02  '), ValueError),
         (unicode(''), ValueError),
         (unicode(' '), ValueError),
         (unicode('  \t\t  '), ValueError),
         (unichr(0x200), ValueError),
]

class BuiltinTest(unittest.TestCase):

     __module__ = "test_builtincpython1"

     def test_import(self):
         __import__('sys')
         __import__('time')
         __import__('string')
         self.assertRaises(ImportError, __import__, 'spamspam')
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, __import__, 1, 2, 3, 4)

     def test_abs(self):
         # int
         self.assertEqual(abs(0), 0)
         self.assertEqual(abs(1234), 1234)
         self.assertEqual(abs(-1234), 1234)
         # float
         self.assertEqual(abs(0.0), 0.0)
         self.assertEqual(abs(3.14), 3.14)
         self.assertEqual(abs(-3.14), 3.14)
         # long
         self.assertEqual(abs(0L), 0L)
         self.assertEqual(abs(1234L), 1234L)
         self.assertEqual(abs(-1234L), 1234L)
         # str
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, abs, 'a')

     def test_apply(self):
         def f0(*args):
             self.assertEqual(args, ())
         def f1(a1):
             self.assertEqual(a1, 1)
         def f2(a1, a2):
             self.assertEqual(a1, 1)
             self.assertEqual(a2, 2)
         def f3(a1, a2, a3):
             self.assertEqual(a1, 1)
             self.assertEqual(a2, 2)
             self.assertEqual(a3, 3)
         apply(f0, ())
         apply(f1, (1,))
         apply(f2, (1, 2))
         apply(f3, (1, 2, 3))

         # A PyCFunction that takes only positional parameters should allow an
         # empty keyword dictionary to pass without a complaint, but raise a
         # TypeError if the dictionary is non-empty.
         apply(id, (1,), {})
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, apply, id, (1,), {"foo": 1})
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, apply)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, apply, id, 42)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, apply, id, (42,), 42)

     def test_callable(self):
         self.assert_(callable(len))
         def f(): pass
         self.assert_(callable(f))
         class C:
             def meth(self): pass
         self.assert_(callable(C))
         x = C()
         self.assert_(callable(x.meth))
         self.assert_(not callable(x))
         class D(C):
             def __call__(self): pass
         y = D()
         self.assert_(callable(y))
         y()

     def test_chr(self):
         self.assertEqual(chr(32), ' ')
         self.assertEqual(chr(65), 'A')
         self.assertEqual(chr(97), 'a')
         self.assertEqual(chr(0xff), '\xff')
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, chr, 256)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, chr)

     def test_cmp(self):
         self.assertEqual(cmp(-1, 1), -1)
         self.assertEqual(cmp(1, -1), 1)
         self.assertEqual(cmp(1, 1), 0)
         # verify that circular objects are not handled
         a = []; a.append(a)
         b = []; b.append(b)
         from UserList import UserList
         c = UserList(); c.append(c)
         self.assertRaises(RuntimeError, cmp, a, b)
         self.assertRaises(RuntimeError, cmp, b, c)
         self.assertRaises(RuntimeError, cmp, c, a)
         self.assertRaises(RuntimeError, cmp, a, c)
        # okay, now break the cycles
         a.pop(); b.pop(); c.pop()
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, cmp)

     def test_coerce(self):
         self.assert_(not fcmp(coerce(1, 1.1), (1.0, 1.1)))
         self.assertEqual(coerce(1, 1L), (1L, 1L))
         self.assert_(not fcmp(coerce(1L, 1.1), (1.0, 1.1)))
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, coerce)
         class BadNumber:
             def __coerce__(self, other):
                 raise ValueError
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, coerce, 42, BadNumber())
         self.assertRaises(OverflowError, coerce, 0.5, int("12345" * 1000))

     def test_compile(self):
         compile('print 1\n', '', 'exec')
         bom = '\xef\xbb\xbf'
         compile(bom + 'print 1\n', '', 'exec')
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, compile)
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, compile, 'print 42\n', '<string>', 'badmode')
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, compile, 'print 42\n', '<string>', 
'single', 0xff)
         if have_unicode:
             compile(unicode('print u"\xc3\xa5"\n', 'utf8'), '', 'exec')

     def test_delattr(self):
         import sys
         sys.spam = 1
         delattr(sys, 'spam')
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, delattr)

     def test_dir(self):
         x = 1
         self.assert_('x' in dir())
         import sys
         self.assert_('modules' in dir(sys))
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, dir, 42, 42)

     def test_divmod(self):
         self.assertEqual(divmod(12, 7), (1, 5))
         self.assertEqual(divmod(-12, 7), (-2, 2))
         self.assertEqual(divmod(12, -7), (-2, -2))
         self.assertEqual(divmod(-12, -7), (1, -5))

         self.assertEqual(divmod(12L, 7L), (1L, 5L))
         self.assertEqual(divmod(-12L, 7L), (-2L, 2L))
         self.assertEqual(divmod(12L, -7L), (-2L, -2L))
         self.assertEqual(divmod(-12L, -7L), (1L, -5L))

         self.assertEqual(divmod(12, 7L), (1, 5L))
         self.assertEqual(divmod(-12, 7L), (-2, 2L))
         self.assertEqual(divmod(12L, -7), (-2L, -2))
         self.assertEqual(divmod(-12L, -7), (1L, -5))

         self.assertEqual(divmod(-sys.maxint-1, -1),
                          (sys.maxint+1, 0))

         self.assert_(not fcmp(divmod(3.25, 1.0), (3.0, 0.25)))
         self.assert_(not fcmp(divmod(-3.25, 1.0), (-4.0, 0.75)))
         self.assert_(not fcmp(divmod(3.25, -1.0), (-4.0, -0.75)))
         self.assert_(not fcmp(divmod(-3.25, -1.0), (3.0, -0.25)))

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, divmod)

     def test_eval(self):
         self.assertEqual(eval('1+1'), 2)
         self.assertEqual(eval(' 1+1\n'), 2)
         globals = {'a': 1, 'b': 2}
         locals = {'b': 200, 'c': 300}
         self.assertEqual(eval('a', globals) , 1)
         self.assertEqual(eval('a', globals, locals), 1)
         self.assertEqual(eval('b', globals, locals), 200)
         self.assertEqual(eval('c', globals, locals), 300)
         if have_unicode:
             self.assertEqual(eval(unicode('1+1')), 2)
             self.assertEqual(eval(unicode(' 1+1\n')), 2)
         globals = {'a': 1, 'b': 2}
         locals = {'b': 200, 'c': 300}
         if have_unicode:
             self.assertEqual(eval(unicode('a'), globals), 1)
             self.assertEqual(eval(unicode('a'), globals, locals), 1)
             self.assertEqual(eval(unicode('b'), globals, locals), 200)
             self.assertEqual(eval(unicode('c'), globals, locals), 300)
             bom = '\xef\xbb\xbf'
             self.assertEqual(eval(bom + 'a', globals, locals), 1)
             self.assertEqual(eval(unicode('u"\xc3\xa5"', 'utf8'), globals),
                              unicode('\xc3\xa5', 'utf8'))
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, eval)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, eval, ())

     def test_general_eval(self):
         # Tests that general mappings can be used for the locals argument

         class M:
             "Test mapping interface versus possible calls from eval()."
             def __getitem__(self, key):
                 if key == 'a':
                     return 12
                 raise KeyError
             def keys(self):
                 return list('xyz')

         m = M()
         g = globals()
         self.assertEqual(eval('a', g, m), 12)
         self.assertRaises(NameError, eval, 'b', g, m)
         self.assertEqual(eval('dir()', g, m), list('xyz'))
         self.assertEqual(eval('globals()', g, m), g)
         self.assertEqual(eval('locals()', g, m), m)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, eval, 'a', m)
         class A:
             "Non-mapping"
             pass
         m = A()
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, eval, 'a', g, m)

         # Verify that dict subclasses work as well
         class D(dict):
             def __getitem__(self, key):
                 if key == 'a':
                     return 12
                 return dict.__getitem__(self, key)
             def keys(self):
                 return list('xyz')

         d = D()
         self.assertEqual(eval('a', g, d), 12)
         self.assertRaises(NameError, eval, 'b', g, d)
         self.assertEqual(eval('dir()', g, d), list('xyz'))
         self.assertEqual(eval('globals()', g, d), g)
         self.assertEqual(eval('locals()', g, d), d)

         # Verify locals stores (used by list comps)
         eval('[locals() for i in (2,3)]', g, d)
         eval('[locals() for i in (2,3)]', g, UserDict.UserDict())

         class SpreadSheet:
             "Sample application showing nested, calculated lookups."
             _cells = {}
             def __setitem__(self, key, formula):
                 self._cells[key] = formula
             def __getitem__(self, key ):
                 return eval(self._cells[key], globals(), self)

         ss = SpreadSheet()
         ss['a1'] = '5'
         ss['a2'] = 'a1*6'
         ss['a3'] = 'a2*7'
         self.assertEqual(ss['a3'], 210)

         # Verify that dir() catches a non-list returned by eval
         # SF bug #1004669
         class C:
             def __getitem__(self, item):
                 raise KeyError(item)
             def keys(self):
                 return 'a'
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, eval, 'dir()', globals(), C())

     # Done outside of the method test_z to get the correct scope
# fepy barfs
##    z = 0
##    f = open(TESTFN, 'w')
##    f.write('z = z+1\n')
##    f.write('z = z*2\n')
##    f.close()
##    execfile(TESTFN)

     def test_execfile(self):
         globals = {'a': 1, 'b': 2}
         locals = {'b': 200, 'c': 300}

         self.assertEqual(self.__class__.z, 2)
         globals['z'] = 0
         execfile(TESTFN, globals)
         self.assertEqual(globals['z'], 2)
         locals['z'] = 0
         execfile(TESTFN, globals, locals)
         self.assertEqual(locals['z'], 2)

         class M:
             "Test mapping interface versus possible calls from execfile()."
             def __init__(self):
                 self.z = 10
             def __getitem__(self, key):
                 if key == 'z':
                     return self.z
                 raise KeyError
             def __setitem__(self, key, value):
                 if key == 'z':
                     self.z = value
                     return
                 raise KeyError

         locals = M()
         locals['z'] = 0
         execfile(TESTFN, globals, locals)
         self.assertEqual(locals['z'], 2)

         unlink(TESTFN)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, execfile)
         import os
         self.assertRaises(IOError, execfile, os.curdir)
         self.assertRaises(IOError, execfile, "I_dont_exist")

     def test_filter(self):
         self.assertEqual(filter(lambda c: 'a' <= c <= 'z', 'Hello World'), 
'elloorld')
         self.assertEqual(filter(None, [1, 'hello', [], [3], '', None, 9, 0]), 
[1, 'hello', [3], 9])
         self.assertEqual(filter(lambda x: x > 0, [1, -3, 9, 0, 2]), [1, 9, 2])
         self.assertEqual(filter(None, Squares(10)), [1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 
64, 81])
         self.assertEqual(filter(lambda x: x%2, Squares(10)), [1, 9, 25, 49, 81])
         def identity(item):
             return 1
         filter(identity, Squares(5))
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, filter)
         class BadSeq(object):
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 if index<4:
                     return 42
                 raise ValueError
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, filter, lambda x: x, BadSeq())
         def badfunc():
             pass
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, filter, badfunc, range(5))

         # test bltinmodule.c::filtertuple()
         self.assertEqual(filter(None, (1, 2)), (1, 2))
         self.assertEqual(filter(lambda x: x>=3, (1, 2, 3, 4)), (3, 4))
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, filter, 42, (1, 2))

         # test bltinmodule.c::filterstring()
         self.assertEqual(filter(None, "12"), "12")
         self.assertEqual(filter(lambda x: x>="3", "1234"), "34")
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, filter, 42, "12")
         class badstr(str):
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 raise ValueError
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, filter, lambda x: x >="3", badstr("1234"))

         class badstr2(str):
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 return 42
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, filter, lambda x: x >=42, badstr2("1234"))

         class weirdstr(str):
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 return weirdstr(2*str.__getitem__(self, index))
         self.assertEqual(filter(lambda x: x>="33", weirdstr("1234")), "3344")

         class shiftstr(str):
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 return chr(ord(str.__getitem__(self, index))+1)
         self.assertEqual(filter(lambda x: x>="3", shiftstr("1234")), "345")

         if have_unicode:
             # test bltinmodule.c::filterunicode()
             self.assertEqual(filter(None, unicode("12")), unicode("12"))
             self.assertEqual(filter(lambda x: x>="3", unicode("1234")), 
unicode("34"))
             self.assertRaises(TypeError, filter, 42, unicode("12"))
             self.assertRaises(ValueError, filter, lambda x: x >="3", 
badstr(unicode("1234")))

             class badunicode(unicode):
                 def __getitem__(self, index):
                     return 42
             self.assertRaises(TypeError, filter, lambda x: x >=42, 
badunicode("1234"))

             class weirdunicode(unicode):
                 def __getitem__(self, index):
                     return weirdunicode(2*unicode.__getitem__(self, index))
             self.assertEqual(
                 filter(lambda x: x>=unicode("33"), weirdunicode("1234")), 
unicode("3344"))

             class shiftunicode(unicode):
                 def __getitem__(self, index):
                     return unichr(ord(unicode.__getitem__(self, index))+1)
             self.assertEqual(
                 filter(lambda x: x>=unicode("3"), shiftunicode("1234")),
                 unicode("345")
             )

     def test_filter_subclasses(self):
         # test that filter() never returns tuple, str or unicode subclasses
         # and that the result always goes through __getitem__
         funcs = (None, bool, lambda x: True)
         class tuple2(tuple):
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 return 2*tuple.__getitem__(self, index)
         class str2(str):
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 return 2*str.__getitem__(self, index)
         inputs = {
             tuple2: {(): (), (1, 2, 3): (2, 4, 6)},
             str2:   {"": "", "123": "112233"}
         }
         if have_unicode:
             class unicode2(unicode):
                 def __getitem__(self, index):
                     return 2*unicode.__getitem__(self, index)
             inputs[unicode2] = {
                 unicode(): unicode(),
                 unicode("123"): unicode("112233")
             }

         for (cls, inps) in inputs.iteritems():
             for (inp, exp) in inps.iteritems():
                 # make sure the output goes through __getitem__
                 # even if func is None
                 self.assertEqual(
                     filter(funcs[0], cls(inp)),
                     filter(funcs[1], cls(inp))
                 )
                 for func in funcs:
                     outp = filter(func, cls(inp))
                     self.assertEqual(outp, exp)
                     self.assert_(not isinstance(outp, cls))

     def test_float(self):
         self.assertEqual(float(3.14), 3.14)
         self.assertEqual(float(314), 314.0)
         self.assertEqual(float(314L), 314.0)
         self.assertEqual(float("  3.14  "), 3.14)
         if have_unicode:
             self.assertEqual(float(unicode("  3.14  ")), 3.14)
             self.assertEqual(float(unicode("  \u0663.\u0661\u0664 
",'raw-unicode-escape')), 3.14)

     def test_getattr(self):
         import sys
         self.assert_(getattr(sys, 'stdout') is sys.stdout)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, getattr, sys, 1)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, getattr, sys, 1, "foo")
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, getattr)
         self.assertRaises(UnicodeError, getattr, sys, unichr(sys.maxunicode))

     def test_hasattr(self):
         import sys
         self.assert_(hasattr(sys, 'stdout'))
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, hasattr, sys, 1)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, hasattr)
         self.assertRaises(UnicodeError, hasattr, sys, unichr(sys.maxunicode))

     def test_hash(self):
         hash(None)
         self.assertEqual(hash(1), hash(1L))
         self.assertEqual(hash(1), hash(1.0))
         hash('spam')
         if have_unicode:
             self.assertEqual(hash('spam'), hash(unicode('spam')))
         hash((0,1,2,3))
         def f(): pass
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, hash, [])
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, hash, {})

     def test_hex(self):
         self.assertEqual(hex(16), '0x10')
         self.assertEqual(hex(16L), '0x10L')
         self.assertEqual(hex(-16), '-0x10')
         self.assertEqual(hex(-16L), '-0x10L')
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, hex, {})

     def test_id(self):
         id(None)
         id(1)
         id(1L)
         id(1.0)
         id('spam')
         id((0,1,2,3))
         id([0,1,2,3])
         id({'spam': 1, 'eggs': 2, 'ham': 3})

     # Test input() later, together with raw_input

     def test_int(self):
         self.assertEqual(int(314), 314)
         self.assertEqual(int(3.14), 3)
         self.assertEqual(int(314L), 314)
         # Check that conversion from float truncates towards zero
         self.assertEqual(int(-3.14), -3)
         self.assertEqual(int(3.9), 3)
         self.assertEqual(int(-3.9), -3)
         self.assertEqual(int(3.5), 3)
         self.assertEqual(int(-3.5), -3)
         # Different base:
         self.assertEqual(int("10",16), 16L)
         if have_unicode:
             self.assertEqual(int(unicode("10"),16), 16L)
         # Test conversion from strings and various anomalies
         for s, v in L:
             for sign in "", "+", "-":
                 for prefix in "", " ", "\t", "  \t\t  ":
                     ss = prefix + sign + s
                     vv = v
                     if sign == "-" and v is not ValueError:
                         vv = -v
                     try:
                         self.assertEqual(int(ss), vv)
                     except v:
                         pass

         s = repr(-1-sys.maxint)
         self.assertEqual(int(s)+1, -sys.maxint)
         # should return long
         int(s[1:])

         # should return long
         x = int(1e100)
         self.assert_(isinstance(x, long))
         x = int(-1e100)
         self.assert_(isinstance(x, long))


         # SF bug 434186:  0x80000000/2 != 0x80000000>>1.
         # Worked by accident in Windows release build, but failed in debug build.
         # Failed in all Linux builds.
         x = -1-sys.maxint
         self.assertEqual(x >> 1, x//2)

         self.assertRaises(ValueError, int, '123\0')
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, int, '53', 40)

         x = int('1' * 600)
         self.assert_(isinstance(x, long))

         if have_unicode:
             x = int(unichr(0x661) * 600)
             self.assert_(isinstance(x, long))

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, int, 1, 12)

         self.assertEqual(int('0123', 0), 83)

     def test_intern(self):
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, intern)
         s = "never interned before"
         self.assert_(intern(s) is s)
         s2 = s.swapcase().swapcase()
         self.assert_(intern(s2) is s)

         # Subclasses of string can't be interned, because they
         # provide too much opportunity for insane things to happen.
         # We don't want them in the interned dict and if they aren't
         # actually interned, we don't want to create the appearance
         # that they are by allowing intern() to succeeed.
         class S(str):
             def __hash__(self):
                 return 123

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, intern, S("abc"))

         # It's still safe to pass these strings to routines that
         # call intern internally, e.g. PyObject_SetAttr().
         s = S("abc")
         setattr(s, s, s)
         self.assertEqual(getattr(s, s), s)

     def test_iter(self):
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, iter)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, iter, 42, 42)
         lists = [("1", "2"), ["1", "2"], "12"]
         if have_unicode:
             lists.append(unicode("12"))
         for l in lists:
             i = iter(l)
             self.assertEqual(i.next(), '1')
             self.assertEqual(i.next(), '2')
             self.assertRaises(StopIteration, i.next)

     def test_isinstance(self):
         class C:
             pass
         class D(C):
             pass
         class E:
             pass
         c = C()
         d = D()
         e = E()
         self.assert_(isinstance(c, C))
         self.assert_(isinstance(d, C))
         self.assert_(not isinstance(e, C))
         self.assert_(not isinstance(c, D))
         self.assert_(not isinstance('foo', E))
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, isinstance, E, 'foo')
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, isinstance)

     def test_issubclass(self):
         class C:
             pass
         class D(C):
             pass
         class E:
             pass
         c = C()
         d = D()
         e = E()
         self.assert_(issubclass(D, C))
         self.assert_(issubclass(C, C))
         self.assert_(not issubclass(C, D))
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, issubclass, 'foo', E)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, issubclass, E, 'foo')
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, issubclass)

     def test_len(self):
         self.assertEqual(len('123'), 3)
         self.assertEqual(len(()), 0)
         self.assertEqual(len((1, 2, 3, 4)), 4)
         self.assertEqual(len([1, 2, 3, 4]), 4)
         self.assertEqual(len({}), 0)
         self.assertEqual(len({'a':1, 'b': 2}), 2)
         class BadSeq:
             def __len__(self):
                 raise ValueError
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, len, BadSeq())

     def test_list(self):
         self.assertEqual(list([]), [])
         l0_3 = [0, 1, 2, 3]
         l0_3_bis = list(l0_3)
         self.assertEqual(l0_3, l0_3_bis)
         self.assert_(l0_3 is not l0_3_bis)
         self.assertEqual(list(()), [])
         self.assertEqual(list((0, 1, 2, 3)), [0, 1, 2, 3])
         self.assertEqual(list(''), [])
         self.assertEqual(list('spam'), ['s', 'p', 'a', 'm'])

         if sys.maxint == 0x7fffffff:
             # This test can currently only work on 32-bit machines.
             # XXX If/when PySequence_Length() returns a ssize_t, it should be
             # XXX re-enabled.
             # Verify clearing of bug #556025.
             # This assumes that the max data size (sys.maxint) == max
             # address size this also assumes that the address size is at
             # least 4 bytes with 8 byte addresses, the bug is not well
             # tested
             #
             # Note: This test is expected to SEGV under Cygwin 1.3.12 or
             # earlier due to a newlib bug.  See the following mailing list
             # thread for the details:

             #     http://sources.redhat.com/ml/newlib/2002/msg00369.html
             self.assertRaises(MemoryError, list, xrange(sys.maxint // 2))

         # This code used to segfault in Py2.4a3
##        x = []
##        x.extend(-y for y in x)
##        self.assertEqual(x, [])

     def test_long(self):
         self.assertEqual(long(314), 314L)
         self.assertEqual(long(3.14), 3L)
         self.assertEqual(long(314L), 314L)
         # Check that conversion from float truncates towards zero
         self.assertEqual(long(-3.14), -3L)
         self.assertEqual(long(3.9), 3L)
         self.assertEqual(long(-3.9), -3L)
         self.assertEqual(long(3.5), 3L)
         self.assertEqual(long(-3.5), -3L)
         self.assertEqual(long("-3"), -3L)
         if have_unicode:
             self.assertEqual(long(unicode("-3")), -3L)
         # Different base:
         self.assertEqual(long("10",16), 16L)
         if have_unicode:
             self.assertEqual(long(unicode("10"),16), 16L)
         # Check conversions from string (same test set as for int(), and then some)
         LL = [
                 ('1' + '0'*20, 10L**20),
                 ('1' + '0'*100, 10L**100)
         ]
         L2 = L[:]
         if have_unicode:
             L2 += [
                 (unicode('1') + unicode('0')*20, 10L**20),
                 (unicode('1') + unicode('0')*100, 10L**100),
         ]
         for s, v in L2 + LL:
             for sign in "", "+", "-":
                 for prefix in "", " ", "\t", "  \t\t  ":
                     ss = prefix + sign + s
                     vv = v
                     if sign == "-" and v is not ValueError:
                         vv = -v
                     try:
                         self.assertEqual(long(ss), long(vv))
                     except v:
                         pass

         self.assertRaises(ValueError, long, '123\0')
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, long, '53', 40)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, long, 1, 12)

     def test_map(self):
         self.assertEqual(
             map(None, 'hello world'),
             ['h','e','l','l','o',' ','w','o','r','l','d']
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(None, 'abcd', 'efg'),
             [('a', 'e'), ('b', 'f'), ('c', 'g'), ('d', None)]
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(None, range(10)),
             [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(lambda x: x*x, range(1,4)),
             [1, 4, 9]
         )
         try:
             from math import sqrt
         except ImportError:
             def sqrt(x):
                 return pow(x, 0.5)
         self.assertEqual(
             map(lambda x: map(sqrt,x), [[16, 4], [81, 9]]),
             [[4.0, 2.0], [9.0, 3.0]]
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(lambda x, y: x+y, [1,3,2], [9,1,4]),
             [10, 4, 6]
         )

         def plus(*v):
             accu = 0
             for i in v: accu = accu + i
             return accu
         self.assertEqual(
             map(plus, [1, 3, 7]),
             [1, 3, 7]
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(plus, [1, 3, 7], [4, 9, 2]),
             [1+4, 3+9, 7+2]
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(plus, [1, 3, 7], [4, 9, 2], [1, 1, 0]),
             [1+4+1, 3+9+1, 7+2+0]
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(None, Squares(10)),
             [0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(int, Squares(10)),
             [0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(None, Squares(3), Squares(2)),
             [(0,0), (1,1), (4,None)]
         )
         self.assertEqual(
             map(max, Squares(3), Squares(2)),
             [0, 1, 4]
         )
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, map)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, map, lambda x: x, 42)
         self.assertEqual(map(None, [42]), [42])
         class BadSeq:
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 raise ValueError
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, map, lambda x: x, BadSeq())

     def test_max(self):
         self.assertEqual(max('123123'), '3')
         self.assertEqual(max(1, 2, 3), 3)
         self.assertEqual(max((1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3)), 3)
         self.assertEqual(max([1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3]), 3)

         self.assertEqual(max(1, 2L, 3.0), 3.0)
         self.assertEqual(max(1L, 2.0, 3), 3)
         self.assertEqual(max(1.0, 2, 3L), 3L)

     def test_min(self):
         self.assertEqual(min('123123'), '1')
         self.assertEqual(min(1, 2, 3), 1)
         self.assertEqual(min((1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3)), 1)
         self.assertEqual(min([1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3]), 1)

         self.assertEqual(min(1, 2L, 3.0), 1)
         self.assertEqual(min(1L, 2.0, 3), 1L)
         self.assertEqual(min(1.0, 2, 3L), 1.0)

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, min)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, min, 42)
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, min, ())
         class BadSeq:
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 raise ValueError
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, min, BadSeq())
         class BadNumber:
             def __cmp__(self, other):
                 raise ValueError
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, min, (42, BadNumber()))

     def test_oct(self):
         self.assertEqual(oct(100), '0144')
         self.assertEqual(oct(100L), '0144L')
         self.assertEqual(oct(-100), '-0144')
         self.assertEqual(oct(-100L), '-0144L')
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, oct, ())

     def write_testfile(self):
         # NB the first 4 lines are also used to test input and raw_input, below
         fp = open(TESTFN, 'w')
         try:
             fp.write('1+1\n')
             fp.write('1+1\n')
             fp.write('The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog')
             fp.write('.\n')
             fp.write('Dear John\n')
             fp.write('XXX'*100)
             fp.write('YYY'*100)
         finally:
             fp.close()

     def test_open(self):
         self.write_testfile()
         fp = open(TESTFN, 'r')
         try:
             self.assertEqual(fp.readline(4), '1+1\n')
             self.assertEqual(fp.readline(4), '1+1\n')
             self.assertEqual(fp.readline(), 'The quick brown fox jumps over the 
lazy dog.\n')
             self.assertEqual(fp.readline(4), 'Dear')
             self.assertEqual(fp.readline(100), ' John\n')
             self.assertEqual(fp.read(300), 'XXX'*100)
             self.assertEqual(fp.read(1000), 'YYY'*100)
         finally:
             fp.close()
         unlink(TESTFN)

     def test_ord(self):
         self.assertEqual(ord(' '), 32)
         self.assertEqual(ord('A'), 65)
         self.assertEqual(ord('a'), 97)
         if have_unicode:
             self.assertEqual(ord(unichr(sys.maxunicode)), sys.maxunicode)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, ord, 42)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, ord, unicode("12"))

     def test_pow(self):
         self.assertEqual(pow(0,0), 1)
         self.assertEqual(pow(0,1), 0)
         self.assertEqual(pow(1,0), 1)
         self.assertEqual(pow(1,1), 1)

         self.assertEqual(pow(2,0), 1)
         self.assertEqual(pow(2,10), 1024)
         self.assertEqual(pow(2,20), 1024*1024)
         self.assertEqual(pow(2,30), 1024*1024*1024)

         self.assertEqual(pow(-2,0), 1)
         self.assertEqual(pow(-2,1), -2)
         self.assertEqual(pow(-2,2), 4)
         self.assertEqual(pow(-2,3), -8)

         self.assertEqual(pow(0L,0), 1)
         self.assertEqual(pow(0L,1), 0)
         self.assertEqual(pow(1L,0), 1)
         self.assertEqual(pow(1L,1), 1)

         self.assertEqual(pow(2L,0), 1)
         self.assertEqual(pow(2L,10), 1024)
         self.assertEqual(pow(2L,20), 1024*1024)
         self.assertEqual(pow(2L,30), 1024*1024*1024)

         self.assertEqual(pow(-2L,0), 1)
         self.assertEqual(pow(-2L,1), -2)
         self.assertEqual(pow(-2L,2), 4)
         self.assertEqual(pow(-2L,3), -8)

         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(0.,0), 1.)
         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(0.,1), 0.)
         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(1.,0), 1.)
         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(1.,1), 1.)

         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(2.,0), 1.)
         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(2.,10), 1024.)
         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(2.,20), 1024.*1024.)
         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(2.,30), 1024.*1024.*1024.)

         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(-2.,0), 1.)
         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(-2.,1), -2.)
         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(-2.,2), 4.)
         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(-2.,3), -8.)

         for x in 2, 2L, 2.0:
             for y in 10, 10L, 10.0:
                 for z in 1000, 1000L, 1000.0:
                     if isinstance(x, float) or \
                        isinstance(y, float) or \
                        isinstance(z, float):
                         self.assertRaises(TypeError, pow, x, y, z)
                     else:
                         self.assertAlmostEqual(pow(x, y, z), 24.0)

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, pow, -1, -2, 3)
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, pow, 1, 2, 0)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, pow, -1L, -2L, 3L)
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, pow, 1L, 2L, 0L)
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, pow, -342.43, 0.234)

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, pow)

     def test_range(self):
         self.assertEqual(range(3), [0, 1, 2])
         self.assertEqual(range(1, 5), [1, 2, 3, 4])
         self.assertEqual(range(0), [])
         self.assertEqual(range(-3), [])
         self.assertEqual(range(1, 10, 3), [1, 4, 7])
         self.assertEqual(range(5, -5, -3), [5, 2, -1, -4])

         # Now test range() with longs
         self.assertEqual(range(-2**100), [])
         self.assertEqual(range(0, -2**100), [])
         self.assertEqual(range(0, 2**100, -1), [])
         self.assertEqual(range(0, 2**100, -1), [])

         a = long(10 * sys.maxint)
         b = long(100 * sys.maxint)
         c = long(50 * sys.maxint)

         self.assertEqual(range(a, a+2), [a, a+1])
         self.assertEqual(range(a+2, a, -1L), [a+2, a+1])
         self.assertEqual(range(a+4, a, -2), [a+4, a+2])

         seq = range(a, b, c)
         self.assert_(a in seq)
         self.assert_(b not in seq)
         self.assertEqual(len(seq), 2)

         seq = range(b, a, -c)
         self.assert_(b in seq)
         self.assert_(a not in seq)
         self.assertEqual(len(seq), 2)

         seq = range(-a, -b, -c)
         self.assert_(-a in seq)
         self.assert_(-b not in seq)
         self.assertEqual(len(seq), 2)

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, range)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, range, 1, 2, 3, 4)
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, range, 1, 2, 0)

         # Reject floats when it would require PyLongs to represent.
         # (smaller floats still accepted, but deprecated)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, range, 1e100, 1e101, 1e101)

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, range, 0, "spam")
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, range, 0, 42, "spam")

         self.assertRaises(OverflowError, range, -sys.maxint, sys.maxint)
         self.assertRaises(OverflowError, range, 0, 2*sys.maxint)

     def test_input_and_raw_input(self):
         self.write_testfile()
         fp = open(TESTFN, 'r')
         savestdin = sys.stdin
         savestdout = sys.stdout # Eats the echo
         try:
             sys.stdin = fp
             sys.stdout = BitBucket()
             self.assertEqual(input(), 2)
             self.assertEqual(input('testing\n'), 2)
             self.assertEqual(raw_input(), 'The quick brown fox jumps over the 
lazy dog.')
             self.assertEqual(raw_input('testing\n'), 'Dear John')
             sys.stdin = cStringIO.StringIO("NULL\0")
             self.assertRaises(TypeError, input, 42, 42)
             sys.stdin = cStringIO.StringIO("    'whitespace'")
             self.assertEqual(input(), 'whitespace')
             sys.stdin = cStringIO.StringIO()
             self.assertRaises(EOFError, input)

             # SF 876178: make sure input() respect future options.
             sys.stdin = cStringIO.StringIO('1/2')
             sys.stdout = cStringIO.StringIO()
             exec compile('print input()', 'test_builtin_tmp', 'exec')
             sys.stdin.seek(0, 0)
             exec compile('from __future__ import division;print input()',
                          'test_builtin_tmp', 'exec')
             sys.stdin.seek(0, 0)
             exec compile('print input()', 'test_builtin_tmp', 'exec')
             self.assertEqual(sys.stdout.getvalue().splitlines(),
                              ['0', '0.5', '0'])

             del sys.stdout
             self.assertRaises(RuntimeError, input, 'prompt')
             del sys.stdin
             self.assertRaises(RuntimeError, input, 'prompt')
         finally:
             sys.stdin = savestdin
             sys.stdout = savestdout
             fp.close()
             unlink(TESTFN)

     def test_reduce(self):
         self.assertEqual(reduce(lambda x, y: x+y, ['a', 'b', 'c'], ''), 'abc')
         self.assertEqual(
             reduce(lambda x, y: x+y, [['a', 'c'], [], ['d', 'w']], []),
             ['a','c','d','w']
         )
         self.assertEqual(reduce(lambda x, y: x*y, range(2,8), 1), 5040)
         self.assertEqual(
             reduce(lambda x, y: x*y, range(2,21), 1L),
             2432902008176640000L
         )
         self.assertEqual(reduce(lambda x, y: x+y, Squares(10)), 285)
         self.assertEqual(reduce(lambda x, y: x+y, Squares(10), 0), 285)
         self.assertEqual(reduce(lambda x, y: x+y, Squares(0), 0), 0)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, reduce)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, reduce, 42, 42)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, reduce, 42, 42, 42)
         self.assertEqual(reduce(42, "1"), "1") # func is never called with one item
         self.assertEqual(reduce(42, "", "1"), "1") # func is never called with 
one item
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, reduce, 42, (42, 42))

         class BadSeq:
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 raise ValueError
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, reduce, 42, BadSeq())

     def test_reload(self):
         import marshal
         reload(marshal)
         import string
         reload(string)
         ## import sys
         ## self.assertRaises(ImportError, reload, sys)

     def test_repr(self):
         self.assertEqual(repr(''), '\'\'')
         self.assertEqual(repr(0), '0')
         self.assertEqual(repr(0L), '0L')
         self.assertEqual(repr(()), '()')
         self.assertEqual(repr([]), '[]')
         self.assertEqual(repr({}), '{}')
         a = []
         a.append(a)
         self.assertEqual(repr(a), '[[...]]')
         a = {}
         a[0] = a
         self.assertEqual(repr(a), '{0: {...}}')

     def test_round(self):
         self.assertEqual(round(0.0), 0.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(1.0), 1.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(10.0), 10.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(1000000000.0), 1000000000.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(1e20), 1e20)

         self.assertEqual(round(-1.0), -1.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(-10.0), -10.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(-1000000000.0), -1000000000.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(-1e20), -1e20)

         self.assertEqual(round(0.1), 0.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(1.1), 1.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(10.1), 10.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(1000000000.1), 1000000000.0)

         self.assertEqual(round(-1.1), -1.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(-10.1), -10.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(-1000000000.1), -1000000000.0)

         self.assertEqual(round(0.9), 1.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(9.9), 10.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(999999999.9), 1000000000.0)

         self.assertEqual(round(-0.9), -1.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(-9.9), -10.0)
         self.assertEqual(round(-999999999.9), -1000000000.0)

         self.assertEqual(round(-8.0, -1), -10.0)

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, round)

     def test_setattr(self):
         setattr(sys, 'spam', 1)
         self.assertEqual(sys.spam, 1)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, setattr, sys, 1, 'spam')
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, setattr)

     def test_str(self):
         self.assertEqual(str(''), '')
         self.assertEqual(str(0), '0')
         self.assertEqual(str(0L), '0')
         self.assertEqual(str(()), '()')
         self.assertEqual(str([]), '[]')
         self.assertEqual(str({}), '{}')
         a = []
         a.append(a)
         self.assertEqual(str(a), '[[...]]')
         a = {}
         a[0] = a
         self.assertEqual(str(a), '{0: {...}}')

     def test_sum(self):
         self.assertEqual(sum([]), 0)
         self.assertEqual(sum(range(2,8)), 27)
         self.assertEqual(sum(iter(range(2,8))), 27)
         self.assertEqual(sum(Squares(10)), 285)
         self.assertEqual(sum(iter(Squares(10))), 285)
         self.assertEqual(sum([[1], [2], [3]], []), [1, 2, 3])

         self.assertRaises(TypeError, sum)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, sum, 42)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, sum, ['a', 'b', 'c'])
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, sum, ['a', 'b', 'c'], '')
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, sum, [[1], [2], [3]])
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, sum, [{2:3}])
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, sum, [{2:3}]*2, {2:3})

         class BadSeq:
             def __getitem__(self, index):
                 raise ValueError
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, sum, BadSeq())

     def test_tuple(self):
         self.assertEqual(tuple(()), ())
         t0_3 = (0, 1, 2, 3)
         t0_3_bis = tuple(t0_3)
         self.assert_(t0_3 is t0_3_bis)
         self.assertEqual(tuple([]), ())
         self.assertEqual(tuple([0, 1, 2, 3]), (0, 1, 2, 3))
         self.assertEqual(tuple(''), ())
         self.assertEqual(tuple('spam'), ('s', 'p', 'a', 'm'))

     def test_type(self):
         self.assertEqual(type(''),  type('123'))
         self.assertNotEqual(type(''), type(()))

     def test_unichr(self):
         if have_unicode:
             self.assertEqual(unichr(32), unicode(' '))
             self.assertEqual(unichr(65), unicode('A'))
             self.assertEqual(unichr(97), unicode('a'))
             self.assertEqual(
                 unichr(sys.maxunicode),
                 unicode('\\U%08x' % (sys.maxunicode), 'unicode-escape')
             )
             self.assertRaises(ValueError, unichr, sys.maxunicode+1)
             self.assertRaises(TypeError, unichr)

     def get_vars_f0():
         return vars()
     # we don't want self in vars(), so use staticmethod
     get_vars_f0 = staticmethod(get_vars_f0)

     def get_vars_f2():
         BuiltinTest.get_vars_f0()
         a = 1
         b = 2
         return vars()
     get_vars_f2 = staticmethod(get_vars_f2)

     def test_vars(self):
         self.assertEqual(set(vars()), set(dir()))
         import sys
         self.assertEqual(set(vars(sys)), set(dir(sys)))
         self.assertEqual(self.get_vars_f0(), {})
         self.assertEqual(self.get_vars_f2(), {'a': 1, 'b': 2})
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, vars, 42, 42)
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, vars, 42)

     def test_zip(self):
         a = (1, 2, 3)
         b = (4, 5, 6)
         t = [(1, 4), (2, 5), (3, 6)]
         self.assertEqual(zip(a, b), t)
         b = [4, 5, 6]
         self.assertEqual(zip(a, b), t)
         b = (4, 5, 6, 7)
         self.assertEqual(zip(a, b), t)
         class I:
             def __getitem__(self, i):
                 if i < 0 or i > 2: raise IndexError
                 return i + 4
         self.assertEqual(zip(a, I()), t)
         self.assertEqual(zip(), [])
         self.assertEqual(zip(*[]), [])
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, zip, None)
         class G:
             pass
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, zip, a, G())

         # Make sure zip doesn't try to allocate a billion elements for the
         # result list when one of its arguments doesn't say how long it is.
         # A MemoryError is the most likely failure mode.
         class SequenceWithoutALength:
             def __getitem__(self, i):
                 if i == 5:
                     raise IndexError
                 else:
                     return i
         self.assertEqual(
             zip(SequenceWithoutALength(), xrange(2**30)),
             list(enumerate(range(5)))
         )

         class BadSeq:
             def __getitem__(self, i):
                 if i == 5:
                     raise ValueError
                 else:
                     return i
         self.assertRaises(ValueError, zip, BadSeq(), BadSeq())

class TestSorted(unittest.TestCase):

     def test_basic(self):
         data = range(100)
         copy = data[:]
         random.shuffle(copy)
         self.assertEqual(data, sorted(copy))
         self.assertNotEqual(data, copy)

         data.reverse()
         random.shuffle(copy)
         self.assertEqual(data, sorted(copy, cmp=lambda x, y: cmp(y,x)))
         self.assertNotEqual(data, copy)
         random.shuffle(copy)
         self.assertEqual(data, sorted(copy, key=lambda x: -x))
         self.assertNotEqual(data, copy)
         random.shuffle(copy)
         self.assertEqual(data, sorted(copy, reverse=1))
         self.assertNotEqual(data, copy)

     def test_inputtypes(self):
         s = 'abracadabra'
         for T in [unicode, list, tuple]:
             self.assertEqual(sorted(s), sorted(T(s)))

         s = ''.join(dict.fromkeys(s).keys())  # unique letters only
         for T in [unicode, set, frozenset, list, tuple, dict.fromkeys]:
             self.assertEqual(sorted(s), sorted(T(s)))

     def test_baddecorator(self):
         data = 'The quick Brown fox Jumped over The lazy Dog'.split()
         self.assertRaises(TypeError, sorted, data, None, lambda x,y: 0)

def test_main():
     test.test_support.run_unittest(BuiltinTest, TestSorted)

if __name__ == "__main__":
     test_main()

def fepytest():
     methods = ['test_abs', 'test_apply', 'test_callable', 'test_chr',
     'test_cmp', 'test_coerce', 'test_compile', 'test_delattr',
     'test_dir', 'test_divmod', 'test_eval', 'test_execfile',
     'test_filter', 'test_filter_subclasses', 'test_float',
     'test_general_eval', 'test_getattr', 'test_hasattr', 'test_hash',
     'test_hex', 'test_id', 'test_import', 'test_input_and_raw_input',
     'test_int', 'test_intern', 'test_isinstance', 'test_issubclass',
     'test_iter', 'test_len', 'test_list', 'test_long', 'test_map',
     'test_max', 'test_min', 'test_oct', 'test_open', 'test_ord',
     'test_pow', 'test_range', 'test_reduce', 'test_reload',
     'test_repr', 'test_round', 'test_setattr', 'test_str', 'test_sum',
     'test_tuple', 'test_type', 'test_unichr', 'test_vars'] #, 'test_zip']

     result = unittest.TestResult()
     for meth in methods:
         test = BuiltinTest(meth)
         test(result)
         print meth, ["Failed", "Succeeded"][result.last_succeeded]

     return result

def formatfepyfailures(result):
     print "%s Tests failed:\n" % len(result.failures)
     for meth, failure in result.failures:
         print repr(meth)
         print failure
         print
     print "%s Exceptions\n" % len(result.errors)
     for exc, failure in result.errors:
         print repr(exc)
         print failure
         print



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