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# Test POSIX-specific behavior
# Currently this covers only POSIXBUILTINS, other behaviors are in their
# more directly related sections
#

%prep
 setopt POSIX_BUILTINS TYPESET_TO_UNSET

%test

 local parentenv=preserved
 fn() {
  typeset -h +g -m \*
  unset -m \*
  integer i=9
  float -H f=9
  declare -t scalar
  declare -H -a array
  typeset
  typeset +
 }
 fn
 echo $parentenv
0:Parameter hiding and tagging, printing types and values
>array local array
>float local f
>integer local i=9
>local tagged scalar
>array local array
>float local f
>integer local i
>local tagged scalar
>preserved

  readonly foo=bar novalue
  readonly -p
0:readonly -p output (no readonly specials)
>readonly foo=bar
>readonly novalue

  local -a myarray
  typeset -p1 myarray
  myarray=("&" sand '""' "" plugh)
  typeset -p1 myarray
0:typeset -p1 output for array
>typeset -a myarray
>typeset -a myarray=(
>  '&'
>  sand
>  '""'
>  ''
>  plugh
>)

  local -A myhash
  typeset -p1 myhash
  myhash=([one]=two [three]= [four]="[]")
  typeset -p1 myhash
0:typeset -p1 output for associative array
>typeset -A myhash
>typeset -A myhash=(
>  [four]='[]'
>  [one]=two
>  [three]=''
>)

  str=s
  arr=(a)
  typeset -A ass
  ass=(a a)
  integer i=0
  float f=0
  print ${(t)str} ${(t)arr} ${(t)ass} ${(t)i} ${(t)f}
0:${(t)...}
>scalar array association-local integer-local float-local

  print $empty[(i)] $empty[(I)]
0:(i) and (I) return nothing for empty array
>

  (
  # reserved words are handled during parsing,
  # hence eval...
  disable -r typeset
  eval '
  setopt kshtypeset
  ktvars=(ktv1 ktv2)
  typeset ktfoo=`echo arg1 arg2` $ktvars
  () {
    local ktfoo
    print $+ktv1 $+ktv2 $+ktv3 $+ktfoo
  }
  print $ktfoo
  unsetopt kshtypeset
  typeset noktfoo=`echo noktarg1 noktarg2`
  print $noktfoo
  print $+noktarg1 $+noktarg2
  unset ktfoo ktv1 ktv2 noktfoo noktarg2
  '
  )
0:KSH_TYPESET option
>0 0 0 0
>arg1 arg2
>noktarg1
>0 0

  () {
    local var
    print ${(t)var}
  }
0:(t) returns correct type
>scalar-local

  () {
    readonly var
    typeset -p var
  }
0:readonly with typeset -p
>typeset -g -r var

# Tests expected to fail

  echo -
0f:A single "-" for echo does not end the arguments
F:POSIX requires a solitary "-" to be a plain argument
>-

  ARGV0=sh $ZTST_testdir/../Src/zsh -c 'foreach() { true; }'
-f:"foreach" is not a reserved word

  ARGV0=sh $ZTST_testdir/../Src/zsh -c 'end() { true; }
-f:"end" is not a reserved word

  a='a:b:' ARGV0=sh $ZTST_testdir/../Src/zsh -c 'IFS=:; printf "<%s>\n" $a'
0f:IFS is a separator, not a delimiter
><a>
><b>

  a=$'\ra\r\rb' ARGV0=sh $ZTST_testdir/../Src/zsh -c 'IFS=:; printf "<%s>\n" $a'
0f:All whitespace characters are "IFS whitespace"
F:isspace('\r') is true so \r should behave like space, \t, \n
F:This may also need to apply to multibyte whitespace
><a>
><b>

  ARGV0=sh $ZTST_testdir/../Src/zsh -c 'IFS=2; printf "<%s>\n" $((11*11))'
0f:IFS applies to math results (numbers treated as strings)
><1>
><1>

  ARGV0=sh $ZTST_testdir/../Src/zsh -c 'inf=42; echo $((inf))'
0:All identifiers are variable references in POSIX arithmetic
F:POSIX has neither math functions nor floating point
>42

  ARGV0=sh $ZTST_testdir/../Src/zsh -c 'EUID=10; echo "$EUID"'
-f:EUID is not a special variable
>10

  PPID=foo
-f:PPID is not a readonly variable
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