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13.3. Présentation de romantest.py

13.3. Présentation de romantest.py

Voici la suite de tests complète de nos fonctions de conversion de chiffres romains, qui n’ont pas encore été écrites mais le seront dans roman.py. La manière dont tout ça fonctionne ensemble n’est pas immédiatement évidente, aucune de ces classes ou méthodes ne se référencent entre elles. Il y a de bonnes raisons à cela, comme nous le verrons bientôt.

Exemple 13.1. romantest.py

Si vous ne l’avez pas déjà fait, vous pouvez télécharger cet exemple ainsi que les autres exemples du livre.

"""Unit test for roman.py"""

import roman
import unittest

class KnownValues(unittest.TestCase):                          
    knownValues = ( (1, 'I'),
                    (2, 'II'),
                    (3, 'III'),
                    (4, 'IV'),
                    (5, 'V'),
                    (6, 'VI'),
                    (7, 'VII'),
                    (8, 'VIII'),
                    (9, 'IX'),
                    (10, 'X'),
                    (50, 'L'),
                    (100, 'C'),
                    (500, 'D'),
                    (1000, 'M'),
                    (31, 'XXXI'),
                    (148, 'CXLVIII'),
                    (294, 'CCXCIV'),
                    (312, 'CCCXII'),
                    (421, 'CDXXI'),
                    (528, 'DXXVIII'),
                    (621, 'DCXXI'),
                    (782, 'DCCLXXXII'),
                    (870, 'DCCCLXX'),
                    (941, 'CMXLI'),
                    (1043, 'MXLIII'),
                    (1110, 'MCX'),
                    (1226, 'MCCXXVI'),
                    (1301, 'MCCCI'),
                    (1485, 'MCDLXXXV'),
                    (1509, 'MDIX'),
                    (1607, 'MDCVII'),
                    (1754, 'MDCCLIV'),
                    (1832, 'MDCCCXXXII'),
                    (1993, 'MCMXCIII'),
                    (2074, 'MMLXXIV'),
                    (2152, 'MMCLII'),
                    (2212, 'MMCCXII'),
                    (2343, 'MMCCCXLIII'),
                    (2499, 'MMCDXCIX'),
                    (2574, 'MMDLXXIV'),
                    (2646, 'MMDCXLVI'),
                    (2723, 'MMDCCXXIII'),
                    (2892, 'MMDCCCXCII'),
                    (2975, 'MMCMLXXV'),
                    (3051, 'MMMLI'),
                    (3185, 'MMMCLXXXV'),
                    (3250, 'MMMCCL'),
                    (3313, 'MMMCCCXIII'),
                    (3408, 'MMMCDVIII'),
                    (3501, 'MMMDI'),
                    (3610, 'MMMDCX'),
                    (3743, 'MMMDCCXLIII'),
                    (3844, 'MMMDCCCXLIV'),
                    (3888, 'MMMDCCCLXXXVIII'),
                    (3940, 'MMMCMXL'),
                    (3999, 'MMMCMXCIX'))                       

    def testToRomanKnownValues(self):                          
        """toRoman should give known result with known input"""
        for integer, numeral in self.knownValues:              
            result = roman.toRoman(integer)                    
            self.assertEqual(numeral, result)                  

    def testFromRomanKnownValues(self):                          
        """fromRoman should give known result with known input"""
        for integer, numeral in self.knownValues:                
            result = roman.fromRoman(numeral)                    
            self.assertEqual(integer, result)                    

class ToRomanBadInput(unittest.TestCase):                            
    def testTooLarge(self):                                          
        """toRoman should fail with large input"""                   
        self.assertRaises(roman.OutOfRangeError, roman.toRoman, 4000)

    def testZero(self):                                              
        """toRoman should fail with 0 input"""                       
        self.assertRaises(roman.OutOfRangeError, roman.toRoman, 0)   

    def testNegative(self):                                          
        """toRoman should fail with negative input"""                
        self.assertRaises(roman.OutOfRangeError, roman.toRoman, -1)  

    def testNonInteger(self):                                        
        """toRoman should fail with non-integer input"""             
        self.assertRaises(roman.NotIntegerError, roman.toRoman, 0.5) 

class FromRomanBadInput(unittest.TestCase):                                      
    def testTooManyRepeatedNumerals(self):                                       
        """fromRoman should fail with too many repeated numerals"""              
        for s in ('MMMM', 'DD', 'CCCC', 'LL', 'XXXX', 'VV', 'IIII'):             
            self.assertRaises(roman.InvalidRomanNumeralError, roman.fromRoman, s)

    def testRepeatedPairs(self):                                                 
        """fromRoman should fail with repeated pairs of numerals"""              
        for s in ('CMCM', 'CDCD', 'XCXC', 'XLXL', 'IXIX', 'IVIV'):               
            self.assertRaises(roman.InvalidRomanNumeralError, roman.fromRoman, s)

    def testMalformedAntecedent(self):                                           
        """fromRoman should fail with malformed antecedents"""                   
        for s in ('IIMXCC', 'VX', 'DCM', 'CMM', 'IXIV',
                  'MCMC', 'XCX', 'IVI', 'LM', 'LD', 'LC'):                       
            self.assertRaises(roman.InvalidRomanNumeralError, roman.fromRoman, s)

class SanityCheck(unittest.TestCase):        
    def testSanity(self):                    
        """fromRoman(toRoman(n))==n for all n"""
        for integer in range(1, 4000):       
            numeral = roman.toRoman(integer) 
            result = roman.fromRoman(numeral)
            self.assertEqual(integer, result)

class CaseCheck(unittest.TestCase):                   
    def testToRomanCase(self):                        
        """toRoman should always return uppercase"""  
        for integer in range(1, 4000):                
            numeral = roman.toRoman(integer)          
            self.assertEqual(numeral, numeral.upper())

    def testFromRomanCase(self):                      
        """fromRoman should only accept uppercase input"""
        for integer in range(1, 4000):                
            numeral = roman.toRoman(integer)          
            roman.fromRoman(numeral.upper())          
            self.assertRaises(roman.InvalidRomanNumeralError,
                              roman.fromRoman, numeral.lower())

if __name__ == "__main__":
    unittest.main()   

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