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tst_strcoll.c File Reference
#include "tsp_common.c"
#include "dat_strcoll.c"

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Defines

#define TST_FUNCTION   strcoll

Functions

int tst_strcoll (FILE *fp, int debug_flg)

Define Documentation

#define TST_FUNCTION   strcoll

Definition at line 5 of file tst_strcoll.c.


Function Documentation

int tst_strcoll ( FILE fp,
int  debug_flg 
)

Definition at line 11 of file tst_strcoll.c.

{
  TST_DECL_VARS (int);
  const char *s1, *s2;

  TST_DO_TEST (strcoll)
  {
    TST_HEAD_LOCALE (strcoll, S_STRCOLL);
    TST_DO_REC (strcoll)
    {
      TST_GET_ERRET (strcoll);
      s1 = TST_INPUT (strcoll).s1;
      s2 = TST_INPUT (strcoll).s2;

      TST_CLEAR_ERRNO;
      ret = strcoll (s1, s2);
      TST_SAVE_ERRNO;

      if (debug_flg)
       {
         fprintf (stdout, "strcoll() [ %s : %d ] ret = %d\n", locale,
                 rec + 1, ret);
         fprintf (stdout, "                   errno = %d\n",
                 errno_save);
         fprintf (stdout, "                   LC_COLLATE = %s\n",
                 (setlocale (LC_COLLATE, NULL)) ? setlocale (LC_COLLATE,
                                                        NULL) : "");
       }

      TST_IF_RETURN (S_STRCOLL)
      {
       if (ret_exp == +1)
         {
           if (ret > 0)
             {
              Result (C_SUCCESS, S_STRCOLL, CASE_3, MS_PASSED);
             }
           else
             {
              err_count++;
              Result (C_FAILURE, S_STRCOLL, CASE_3,
                     "the return value should be greater than 0,"
                     " but is not ...");
             }
         }
       else if (ret_exp == -1)
         {
           if (ret < 0)
             {
              Result (C_SUCCESS, S_STRCOLL, CASE_3, MS_PASSED);
             }
           else
             {
              err_count++;
              Result (C_FAILURE, S_STRCOLL, CASE_3,
                     "the return value should less than 0, but not ...");
             }
         }
       else if (ret_exp != 0)
         {
           if (debug_flg)
             {
              fprintf (stderr, "*** Warning *** : tst_strcoll : "
                      "(check the test data); should set ret_flg=1"
                      " to check a return value");
             }

           warn_count++;
           Result (C_INVALID, S_WCSCHR, CASE_3, "(check the test data); "
                  "should set ret_flg=1 to check a return value");
         }
      }
    }
  }

  return err_count;
}

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