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#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

# Based on AboutArrays in the Ruby Koans

from runner.koan import *

class AboutLists(Koan):
    def test_creating_lists(self):
        empty_list = list()
        self.assertEqual(list, type(empty_list))
        self.assertEqual(__, len(empty_list))

    def test_list_literals(self):
        nums = list()
        self.assertEqual([], nums)
        nums[0:] = [1]
        self.assertEqual([1], nums)
        nums[1:] = [2]
        self.assertEqual([1, __], nums)
        self.assertEqual([1, 2, __], nums)
    def test_accessing_list_elements(self):
        noms = ['peanut', 'butter', 'and', 'jelly']
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[0])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[3])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[-1])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[-3])
    def test_slicing_lists(self):
        noms = ['peanut', 'butter', 'and', 'jelly']
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[0:1])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[0:2])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[2:2])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[2:20])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[4:0])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[4:100])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[5:0])

    def test_slicing_to_the_edge(self):
        noms = ['peanut', 'butter', 'and', 'jelly']

        self.assertEqual(__, noms[2:])
        self.assertEqual(__, noms[:2])
    def test_lists_and_ranges(self):
        self.assertEqual(list, type(range(5)))
        self.assertEqual(__, range(5))
        self.assertEqual(__, range(5, 9))

    def test_ranges_with_steps(self):
        self.assertEqual(__, range(0, 8, 2))
        self.assertEqual(__, range(1, 8, 3))
        self.assertEqual(__, range(5, -7, -4))
        self.assertEqual(__, range(5, -8, -4))

    def test_insertions(self):
        knight = ['you', 'shall', 'pass']
        knight.insert(2, 'not')
        self.assertEqual(__, knight)

        knight.insert(0, 'Arthur')
        self.assertEqual(__, knight)
    def test_popping_lists(self):
        stack = [10, 20, 30, 40]
        self.assertEqual(__, stack)
        popped_value = stack.pop()
        self.assertEqual(__, popped_value)
        self.assertEqual(__, stack)
        popped_value = stack.pop(1)
        self.assertEqual(__, popped_value)
        self.assertEqual(__, stack)
        # Notice that there is a "pop" but no "push" in python?
        # Part of the Python philosophy is that there ideally should be one and
        # only one way of doing anything. A 'push' is the same as an 'append'.
        # To learn more about this try typing "import this" from the python
        # console... ;)
    def test_use_deques_for_making_queues(self):
        from collections import deque

        queue = deque([1, 2])
        self.assertEqual(__, list(queue))
        popped_value = queue.popleft()
        self.assertEqual(__, popped_value)
        self.assertEqual(__, list(queue))