# t/10_dadd.t - dadd tests
#
# Copyright (C) 2017 Patrick McDermott
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use strict;
use warnings;
use Test::More;
use Math::Decimal::FastPP;
my @tests;
my $a;
my $b;
my $c;
my $i;
@tests = (
# a b c
[ 2 , 2 , "4." ],
[ 1 , 0.23, "1.23"],
[ 0.23, 1 , "1.23"],
[ 1 , -1 , "0." ],
[-1 , 1 , "0." ],
[ 1.23, 4.56, "5.79"],
[-1.23, 4.56, "3.33"],
[-1.23, -4.56, "-5.79"],
[ 0.1 , 0.1 , ".2" ],
[-0.1 , -0.1 , "-.2" ],
[ 0.1 , -0.1 , ".0" ],
[-0.1 , 0.1 , ".0" ],
[ 9.95, 0.52, "10.47"],
);
plan("tests" => scalar(@tests) + 1);
foreach (@tests) {
($a, $b, $c) = @{$_};
is(dadd($a, $b), $c, sprintf("%5.2f + %5.2f = %5.2f", $a, $b, $c));
}
$a = 0;
for ($i = 0; $i < 10000; ++$i) {
$a = dadd($a, 0.01);
}
is($a, "100.00", "adding 0.01 10000 times");
$a = 0;
for ($i = 0; $i < 10000; ++$i) {
$a += 0.01;
}
note("Using native floating-point arithmetic, the result is " . $a .
" (should be 100)");