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;;;; tests related to sequences

;;;; This file is impure because we want to be able to use DEFUN.

;;;; This software is part of the SBCL system. See the README file for
;;;; more information.
;;;;
;;;; While most of SBCL is derived from the CMU CL system, the test
;;;; files (like this one) were written from scratch after the fork
;;;; from CMU CL.
;;;;
;;;; This software is in the public domain and is provided with
;;;; absolutely no warranty. See the COPYING and CREDITS files for
;;;; more information.

(load "assertoid.lisp")

(defpackage :seq-test
  (:use :cl :assertoid))

(in-package :seq-test)

;;; helper functions for exercising SEQUENCE code on data of many
;;; specialized types, and in many different optimization scenarios
(defun for-every-seq-1 (base-seq snippet)
  (dolist (seq-type '(list
                      (simple-array t 1)
                      (vector t)
                      (simple-array character 1)
                      (vector character)
                      (simple-array (signed-byte 4) 1)
                      (vector (signed-byte 4))))
    (flet ((entirely (eltype)
             (every (lambda (el) (typep el eltype)) base-seq)))
      (dolist (declaredness '(nil t))
        (dolist (optimization '(((speed 3) (space 0))
                                ((speed 2) (space 2))
                                ((speed 1) (space 2))
                                ((speed 0) (space 1))))
          (let* ((seq (if (eq seq-type 'list)
                          (coerce base-seq 'list)
                          (destructuring-bind (type-first &rest type-rest)
                              seq-type
                            (ecase type-first
                              (simple-array
                               (destructuring-bind (eltype one) type-rest
                                 (assert (= one 1))
                                 (if (entirely eltype)
                                     (coerce base-seq seq-type)
                                     (return))))
                              (vector
                               (destructuring-bind (eltype) type-rest
                                 (if (entirely eltype)
                                     (let ((initial-element
                                            (cond ((subtypep eltype 'character)
                                                   #\!)
                                                  ((subtypep eltype 'number)
                                                   0)
                                                  (t #'error))))
                                       (replace (make-array
                                                 (+ (length base-seq)
                                                    (random 3))
                                                 :element-type eltype
                                                 :fill-pointer
                                                 (length base-seq)
                                                 :initial-element
                                                 initial-element)
                                                base-seq))
                                     (return))))))))
                 (lambda-expr `(lambda (seq)
                                 ,@(when declaredness
                                     `((declare (type ,seq-type seq))))
                                 (declare (optimize ,@optimization))
                                 ,snippet)))
            (format t "~&~S~%" lambda-expr)
            (multiple-value-bind (fun warnings-p failure-p)
                (compile nil lambda-expr)
              (when (or warnings-p failure-p)
                (error "~@<failed compilation:~2I ~_LAMBDA-EXPR=~S ~_WARNINGS-P=~S ~_FAILURE-P=~S~:@>"
                       lambda-expr warnings-p failure-p))
              (format t "~&~S ~S~%~S~%~S ~S~%"
                      base-seq snippet seq-type declaredness optimization)
              (format t "~&(TYPEP SEQ 'SIMPLE-ARRAY)=~S~%"
                      (typep seq 'simple-array))
              (unless (funcall fun seq)
                (error "~@<failed test:~2I ~_BASE-SEQ=~S ~_SNIPPET=~S ~_SEQ-TYPE=~S ~_DECLAREDNESS=~S ~_OPTIMIZATION=~S~:@>"
                       base-seq
                       snippet
                       seq-type
                       declaredness
                       optimization)))))))))
(defun for-every-seq (base-seq snippets)
  (dolist (snippet snippets)
    (for-every-seq-1 base-seq snippet)))

;;; a wrapper to hide declared type information from the compiler, so
;;; we don't get stopped by compiler warnings about e.g. compiling
;;; (POSITION 1 #() :KEY #'ABS) when #() has been coerced to a string.
(defun indiscriminate (fun)
  (lambda (&rest rest) (apply fun rest)))

;;; asymmetric test arg order example from ANSI FIND definition page
(assert (eql #\space ; original example, depends on ASCII character ordering
             (find #\d "here are some letters that can be looked at"
                   :test #'char>)))
(assert (eql #\e ; modified example, depends only on standard a-z ordering
             (find #\f "herearesomeletters" :test #'char>)))
(assert (eql 4 ; modified more, avoids charset technicalities completely
             (find 5 '(6 4) :test '>)))

;;; tests of FIND, POSITION, FIND-IF, and POSITION-IF (and a few for
;;; deprecated FIND-IF-NOT and POSITION-IF-NOT too)
(for-every-seq #()
  '((null (find 1 seq))
    (null (find 1 seq :from-end t))
    (null (position 1 seq :key (indiscriminate #'abs)))
    (null (position nil seq :test (constantly t)))
    (null (position nil seq :test nil))
    (null (position nil seq :test-not nil))
    (null (find-if #'1+ seq :key (indiscriminate #'log)))
    (null (position-if #'identity seq :from-end t))
    (null (find-if-not #'packagep seq))
    (null (position-if-not #'packagep seq :key nil))))
(for-every-seq #(1)
  '((null (find 2 seq))
    ;; Get the argument ordering for asymmetric tests like #'> right.
    ;; (bug reported and fixed by Alexey Dejneka sbcl-devel 2001-10-17)
    (eql 1 (find 2 seq :test #'>))
    (find 2 seq :key #'1+)
    (find 1 seq :from-end t)
    (null (find 1 seq :from-end t :start 1))
    (null (find 0 seq :from-end t))
    (eql 0 (position 1 seq :key #'abs))
    (null (position nil seq :test 'equal))
    (eql 1 (find-if #'1- seq :key #'log))
    (eql 0 (position-if #'identity seq :from-end t))
    (null (find-if-not #'sin seq))
    (eql 0 (position-if-not #'packagep seq :key 'identity))))
(for-every-seq #(1 2 3 2 1)
  '((find 3 seq)
    (find 3 seq :from-end 'yes)
    (eql 1 (position 1.5 seq :test #'<))
    (eql 0 (position 0 seq :key '1-))
    (eql 4 (position 0 seq :key '1- :from-end t))
    (eql 2 (position 4 seq :key '1+))
    (eql 2 (position 4 seq :key '1+ :from-end t))
    (eql 1 (position 2 seq))
    (eql 1 (position 2 seq :start 1))
    (null (find 2 seq :start 1 :end 1))
    (eql 3 (position 2 seq :start 2))
    (eql 3 (position 2 seq :key nil :from-end t))
    (eql 2 (position 3 seq :test '=))
    (eql 0 (position 3 seq :test-not 'equalp))
    (eql 2 (position 3 seq :test 'equal :from-end t))
    (null (position 4 seq :test #'eql))
    (null (find-if #'packagep seq))
    (eql 1 (find-if #'plusp seq))
    (eql 3 (position-if #'plusp seq :key #'1- :from-end t))
    (eql 1 (position-if #'evenp seq))
    (eql 3 (position-if #'evenp seq :from-end t))
    (eql 2 (position-if #'plusp seq :from-end nil :key '1- :start 2))
    (eql 3 (position-if #'plusp seq :from-end t :key '1- :start 2))
    (null (position-if #'plusp seq :from-end t :key '1- :start 2 :end 2))
    (null (find-if-not #'plusp seq))
    (eql 0 (position-if-not #'evenp seq))))
(for-every-seq "string test"
  '((null (find 0 seq))
    (null (find #\D seq :key #'char-upcase))
    (find #\E seq :key #'char-upcase)
    (null (find #\e seq :key #'char-upcase))
    (eql 3 (position #\i seq))
    (eql 0 (position #\s seq :key #'char-downcase))
    (eql 1 (position #\s seq :key #'char-downcase :test #'char/=))
    (eql 9 (position #\s seq :from-end t :test #'char=))
    (eql 10 (position #\s seq :from-end t :test #'char/=))
    (eql 4 (position #\N seq :from-end t :key 'char-upcase :test #'char-equal))
    (eql 5 (position-if (lambda (c) (equal #\g c)) seq))
    (eql 5 (position-if (lambda (c) (equal #\g c)) seq :from-end t))
    (find-if #'characterp seq)
    (find-if (lambda (c) (typep c 'base-char)) seq :from-end t)
    (null (find-if 'upper-case-p seq))))

;;; SUBSEQ
(let ((avec (make-array 10
                        :fill-pointer 4
                        :initial-contents '(0 1 2 3 iv v vi vii iix ix))))
  ;; These first five always worked AFAIK.
  (assert (equalp (subseq avec 0 3) #(0 1 2)))
  (assert (equalp (subseq avec 3 3) #()))
  (assert (equalp (subseq avec 1 3) #(1 2)))
  (assert (equalp (subseq avec 1) #(1 2 3)))
  (assert (equalp (subseq avec 1 4) #(1 2 3)))
  ;; SBCL bug found ca. 2002-05-01 by OpenMCL's correct handling of
  ;; SUBSEQ, CSR's driving portable cross-compilation far enough to
  ;; reach the SUBSEQ calls in assem.lisp, and WHN's sleazy
  ;; translation of old CMU CL new-assem.lisp into sufficiently grotty
  ;; portable Lisp that it passed suitable illegal values to SUBSEQ to
  ;; exercise the bug:-|
  ;;
  ;; SUBSEQ should check its END value against logical LENGTH, not
  ;; physical ARRAY-DIMENSION 0.
  ;;
  ;; fixed in sbcl-0.7.4.22 by WHN
  (assert (null (ignore-errors (aref (subseq avec 1 5) 0)))))

;;; FILL
(defun test-fill-typecheck (x)
  (declare (optimize (safety 3) (space 2) (speed 1)))
  (fill (make-string 10) x))

(assert (string= (test-fill-typecheck #\@) "@@@@@@@@@@"))
;;; BUG 186, fixed in sbcl-0.7.5.5
(assert (null (ignore-errors (test-fill-typecheck 4097))))

;;; MAKE-SEQUENCE, COERCE, CONCATENATE, MERGE, MAP and requested
;;; result type (BUGs 46a, 46b, 66)
(macrolet ((assert-type-error (form)
             `(assert (typep (nth-value 1 (ignore-errors ,form))
                             'type-error))))
  (dolist (type-stub '((simple-vector)
                       (vector *)
                       (vector (signed-byte 8))
                       (vector (unsigned-byte 16))
                       (vector (signed-byte 32))
                       (simple-bit-vector)))
    (declare (optimize safety))
    (format t "~&~S~%" type-stub)
    ;; MAKE-SEQUENCE
    (assert (= (length (make-sequence `(,@type-stub) 10)) 10))
    (assert (= (length (make-sequence `(,@type-stub 10) 10)) 10))
    (assert-type-error (make-sequence `(,@type-stub 10) 11))
    ;; COERCE
    (assert (= (length (coerce '(0 0 0) `(,@type-stub))) 3))
    (assert (= (length (coerce #(0 0 0) `(,@type-stub 3))) 3))
    (assert-type-error (coerce #*111 `(,@type-stub 4)))
    ;; CONCATENATE
    (assert (= (length (concatenate `(,@type-stub) #(0 0 0) #*111)) 6))
    (assert (equalp (concatenate `(,@type-stub) #(0 0 0) #*111)
                   (coerce #(0 0 0 1 1 1) `(,@type-stub))))
    (assert (= (length (concatenate `(,@type-stub 6) #(0 0 0) #*111)) 6))
    (assert (equalp (concatenate `(,@type-stub 6) #(0 0 0) #*111)
                   (coerce #(0 0 0 1 1 1) `(,@type-stub 6))))
    (assert-type-error (concatenate `(,@type-stub 5) #(0 0 0) #*111))
    ;; MERGE
    (macrolet ((test (type)
                 `(merge ,type (copy-seq #(0 1 0)) (copy-seq #*111) #'>)))
      (assert (= (length (test `(,@type-stub))) 6))
      (assert (equalp (test `(,@type-stub))
                      (coerce #(1 1 1 0 1 0) `(,@type-stub))))
      (assert (= (length (test `(,@type-stub 6))) 6))
      (assert (equalp (test `(,@type-stub 6))
                      (coerce #(1 1 1 0 1 0) `(,@type-stub 6))))
      (assert-type-error (test `(,@type-stub 4))))
    ;; MAP
    (assert (= (length (map `(,@type-stub) #'logxor #(0 0 1 1) '(0 1 0 1))) 4))
    (assert (equalp (map `(,@type-stub) #'logxor #(0 0 1 1) '(0 1 0 1))
                   (coerce #(0 1 1 0) `(,@type-stub))))
    (assert (= (length (map `(,@type-stub 4) #'logxor #(0 0 1 1) '(0 1 0 1)))
               4))
    (assert (equalp (map `(,@type-stub 4) #'logxor #(0 0 1 1) '(0 1 0 1))
                   (coerce #(0 1 1 0) `(,@type-stub 4))))
    (assert-type-error (map `(,@type-stub 5) #'logxor #(0 0 1 1) '(0 1 0 1))))
  ;; some more CONCATENATE tests for strings
  (locally
      (declare (optimize safety))
    (assert (string= (concatenate 'string "foo" " " "bar") "foo bar"))
    (assert (string= (concatenate '(string 7) "foo" " " "bar") "foo bar"))
    (assert-type-error (concatenate '(string 6) "foo" " " "bar"))
    (assert (string= (concatenate '(string 6) "foo" #(#\b #\a #\r)) "foobar"))
    (assert-type-error (concatenate '(string 7) "foo" #(#\b #\a #\r))))
  ;; Non-VECTOR ARRAY types aren't allowed as vector type specifiers.
  (locally
    (declare (optimize safety))
    (assert-type-error (concatenate 'simple-array "foo" "bar"))
    (assert-type-error (map 'simple-array #'identity '(1 2 3)))
    (assert (equalp #(11 13)
                    (map '(simple-array fixnum (*)) #'+ '(1 2 3) '(10 11))))
    (assert-type-error (coerce '(1 2 3) 'simple-array))
    (assert-type-error (merge 'simple-array (list 1 3) (list 2 4) '<))
    (assert (equalp #(3 2 1) (coerce '(3 2 1) '(vector fixnum))))
    (assert-type-error (map 'array #'identity '(1 2 3)))
    (assert-type-error (map '(array fixnum) #'identity '(1 2 3)))
    (assert (equalp #(1 2 3) (coerce '(1 2 3) '(vector fixnum))))
    ;; but COERCE has an exemption clause:
    (assert (string= "foo" (coerce "foo" 'simple-array)))
    ;; ... though not in all cases.
    (assert-type-error (coerce '(#\f #\o #\o) 'simple-array))))

;;; As pointed out by Raymond Toy on #lisp IRC, MERGE had some issues
;;; with user-defined types until sbcl-0.7.8.11
(deftype list-typeoid () 'list)
(assert (equal '(1 2 3 4) (merge 'list-typeoid (list 1 3) (list 2 4) '<)))
;;; and also with types that weren't precicely LIST
(assert (equal '(1 2 3 4) (merge 'cons (list 1 3) (list 2 4) '<)))

;;; but wait, there's more! The NULL and CONS types also have implicit
;;; length requirements:
(macrolet ((assert-type-error (form)
             `(assert (typep (nth-value 1 (ignore-errors ,form))
                             'type-error))))
  (locally
      (declare (optimize safety))
    ;; MAKE-SEQUENCE
    (assert-type-error (make-sequence 'cons 0))
    (assert-type-error (make-sequence 'null 1))
    (assert-type-error (make-sequence '(cons t null) 0))
    (assert-type-error (make-sequence '(cons t null) 2))
    ;; KLUDGE: I'm not certain that this test actually tests for what
    ;; it should test, in that the type deriver and optimizers might
    ;; be too smart for the good of an exhaustive test system.
    ;; However, it makes me feel good.  -- CSR, 2002-10-18
    (assert (null (make-sequence 'null 0)))
    (assert (= (length (make-sequence 'cons 3)) 3))
    (assert (= (length (make-sequence '(cons t null) 1)) 1))
    ;; and NIL is not a valid type for MAKE-SEQUENCE
    (assert-type-error (make-sequence 'nil 0))
    ;; COERCE
    (assert-type-error (coerce #(1) 'null))
    (assert-type-error (coerce #() 'cons))
    (assert-type-error (coerce #() '(cons t null)))
    (assert-type-error (coerce #(1 2) '(cons t null)))
    (assert (null (coerce #() 'null)))
    (assert (= (length (coerce #(1) 'cons)) 1))
    (assert (= (length (coerce #(1) '(cons t null))) 1))
    (assert-type-error (coerce #() 'nil))
    ;; MERGE
    (assert-type-error (merge 'null (list 1 3) (list 2 4) '<))
    (assert-type-error (merge 'cons () () '<))
    (assert (null (merge 'null () () '<)))
    (assert (= (length (merge 'cons (list 1 3) (list 2 4) '<)) 4))
    (assert (= (length (merge '(cons t (cons t (cons t (cons t null))))
                              (list 1 3) (list 2 4)
                              '<))
               4))
    (assert-type-error (merge 'nil () () '<))
    ;; CONCATENATE
    (assert-type-error (concatenate 'null '(1) "2"))
    (assert-type-error (concatenate 'cons #() ()))
    (assert-type-error (concatenate '(cons t null) #(1 2 3) #(4 5 6)))
    (assert (null (concatenate 'null () #())))
    (assert (= (length (concatenate 'cons #() '(1) "2 3")) 4))
    (assert (= (length (concatenate '(cons t cons) '(1) "34")) 3))
    (assert-type-error (concatenate 'nil '(3)))
    ;; FIXME: tests for MAP to come when some brave soul implements
    ;; the analogous type checking for MAP/%MAP.
    ))

;;; ELT should signal an error of type TYPE-ERROR if its index
;;; argument isn't a valid sequence index for sequence:
(defun test-elt-signal (x)
  (elt x 3))
(assert (raises-error? (test-elt-signal "foo") type-error))
(assert (eql (test-elt-signal "foob") #\b))
(locally
  (declare (optimize (safety 3)))
  (assert (raises-error? (elt (list 1 2 3) 3) type-error)))

;;; confusion in the refactoring led to this signalling an unbound
;;; variable, not a type error.
(defun svrefalike (x)
  (svref x 0))
(assert (raises-error? (svrefalike #*0) type-error))

;;; checks for uniform bounding index handling under SAFETY 3 code.
;;;
;;; KLUDGE: not all in one big form because that causes SBCL to spend
;;; an absolute age trying to compile it.
(defmacro sequence-bounding-indices-test (&body body)
  `(progn
    (locally
    ;; See Issues 332 [and 333(!)] in the CLHS
    (declare (optimize (safety 3)))
    (let ((string (make-array 10
                              :fill-pointer 5
                              :initial-element #\a
                              :element-type 'base-char)))
        ,(car body)
        (format t "... BASE-CHAR")
        (finish-output)
        (flet ((reset ()
                 (setf (fill-pointer string) 10)
                 (fill string #\a)
                 (setf (fill-pointer string) 5)))
          (declare (ignorable #'reset))
          ,@(cdr body))))
    (locally
      ;; See Issues 332 [and 333(!)] in the CLHS
      (declare (optimize (safety 3)))
      (let ((string (make-array 10
                                :fill-pointer 5
                                :initial-element #\a
                                :element-type 'character)))
        ,(car body)
        (format t "... CHARACTER")
        (finish-output)
      (flet ((reset ()
               (setf (fill-pointer string) 10)
               (fill string #\a)
               (setf (fill-pointer string) 5)))
        (declare (ignorable #'reset))
          ,@(cdr body))))))

(declaim (notinline opaque-identity))
(defun opaque-identity (x) x)
;;; Accessor SUBSEQ
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Accessor SUBSEQ")
 (assert (string= (subseq string 0 5) "aaaaa"))
 (assert (raises-error? (subseq string 0 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (subseq string (opaque-identity -1) 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (subseq string 4 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (subseq string 6)))
 (assert (string= (setf (subseq string 0 5) "abcde") "abcde"))
 (assert (string= (subseq string 0 5) "abcde"))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (setf (subseq string 0 6) "abcdef")))
 (assert (raises-error? (setf (subseq string (opaque-identity -1) 5) "abcdef")))
 (assert (raises-error? (setf (subseq string 4 2) "")))
 (assert (raises-error? (setf (subseq string 6) "ghij"))))

;;; Function COUNT, COUNT-IF, COUNT-IF-NOT
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function COUNT, COUNT-IF, COUNT-IF-NOT")
 (assert (= (count #\a string :start 0 :end nil) 5))
 (assert (= (count #\a string :start 0 :end 5) 5))
 (assert (raises-error? (count #\a string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (count #\a string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (count #\a string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (count #\a string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (= (count-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil) 5))
 (assert (= (count-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5) 5))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (count-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (count-if #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (count-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (count-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (= (count-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil) 0))
 (assert (= (count-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5) 0))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (count-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (count-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (count-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (count-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function FILL
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function FILL")
 (assert (string= (fill string #\b :start 0 :end 5) "bbbbb"))
 (assert (string= (fill string #\c :start 0 :end nil) "ccccc"))
 (assert (raises-error? (fill string #\d :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (fill string #\d :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (fill string #\d :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (fill string #\d :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function FIND, FIND-IF, FIND-IF-NOT
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function FIND, FIND-IF, FIND-IF-NOT")
 (assert (char= (find #\a string :start 0 :end nil) #\a))
 (assert (char= (find #\a string :start 0 :end 5) #\a))
 (assert (raises-error? (find #\a string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (find #\a string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (find #\a string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (find #\a string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (char= (find-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil) #\a))
 (assert (char= (find-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5) #\a))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (find-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (find-if #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (find-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (find-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (eq (find-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil) nil))
 (assert (eq (find-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5) nil))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (find-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (find-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (find-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (find-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function MISMATCH
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function MISMATCH")
 (assert (null (mismatch string "aaaaa" :start1 0 :end1 nil)))
 (assert (= (mismatch "aaab" string :start2 0 :end2 4) 3))
 (assert (raises-error? (mismatch "aaaaaa" string :start2 0 :end2 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (mismatch string "aaaaaa" :start1 (opaque-identity -1) :end1 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (mismatch string "" :start1 4 :end1 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (mismatch "aaaa" string :start2 6 :end2 9))))

;;; Function PARSE-INTEGER
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function PARSE-INTEGER")
 (setf (fill-pointer string) 10)
 (setf (subseq string 0 10) "1234567890")
 (setf (fill-pointer string) 5)
 (assert (= (parse-integer string :start 0 :end 5) 12345))
 (assert (= (parse-integer string :start 0 :end nil) 12345))
 (assert (raises-error? (parse-integer string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (parse-integer string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (parse-integer string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (parse-integer string :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function PARSE-NAMESTRING
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function PARSE-NAMESTRING")
 (setf (fill-pointer string) 10)
 (setf (subseq string 0 10) "/dev/ /tmp")
 (setf (fill-pointer string) 5)
 (assert (truename (parse-namestring string nil *default-pathname-defaults*
                                     :start 0 :end 5)))
 (assert (truename (parse-namestring string nil *default-pathname-defaults*
                                     :start 0 :end nil)))
 (assert (raises-error? (parse-namestring string nil
                                          *default-pathname-defaults*
                                          :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (parse-namestring string nil
                                          *default-pathname-defaults*
                                          :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (parse-namestring string nil
                                          *default-pathname-defaults*
                                          :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (parse-namestring string nil
                                          *default-pathname-defaults*
                                          :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function POSITION, POSITION-IF, POSITION-IF-NOT
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function POSITION, POSITION-IF, POSITION-IF-NOT")

 (assert (= (position #\a string :start 0 :end nil) 0))
 (assert (= (position #\a string :start 0 :end 5) 0))
 (assert (raises-error? (position #\a string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (position #\a string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (position #\a string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (position #\a string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (= (position-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil) 0))
 (assert (= (position-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5) 0))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (position-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (position-if #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (position-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (position-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (eq (position-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil) nil))
 (assert (eq (position-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5) nil))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (position-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (position-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (position-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (position-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function READ-FROM-STRING
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function READ-FROM-STRING")
 (setf (subseq string 0 5) "(a b)")
 (assert (equal (read-from-string string nil nil :start 0 :end 5) '(a b)))
 (assert (equal (read-from-string string nil nil :start 0 :end nil) '(a b)))
 (assert (raises-error? (read-from-string string nil nil :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (read-from-string string nil nil :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (read-from-string string nil nil :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (read-from-string string nil nil :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function REDUCE
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function REDUCE")
 (setf (subseq string 0 5) "abcde")
 (assert (equal (reduce #'list* string :from-end t :start 0 :end nil)
                '(#\a #\b #\c #\d . #\e)))
 (assert (equal (reduce #'list* string :from-end t :start 0 :end 5)
                '(#\a #\b #\c #\d . #\e)))
 (assert (raises-error? (reduce #'list* string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (reduce #'list* string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (reduce #'list* string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (reduce #'list* string :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function REMOVE, REMOVE-IF, REMOVE-IF-NOT, DELETE, DELETE-IF,
;;; DELETE-IF-NOT
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function REMOVE, REMOVE-IF, REMOVE-IF-NOT, ...")
 (assert (equal (remove #\a string :start 0 :end nil) ""))
 (assert (equal (remove #\a string :start 0 :end 5) ""))
 (assert (raises-error? (remove #\a string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (remove #\a string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (remove #\a string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (remove #\a string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (equal (remove-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil) ""))
 (assert (equal (remove-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5) ""))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (remove-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (remove-if #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (remove-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (remove-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (equal (remove-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil)
                "aaaaa"))
 (assert (equal (remove-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5)
                "aaaaa"))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (remove-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (remove-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (remove-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (remove-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9))))
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/... DELETE, DELETE-IF, DELETE-IF-NOT")
 (assert (equal (delete #\a string :start 0 :end nil) ""))
 (reset)
 (assert (equal (delete #\a string :start 0 :end 5) ""))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (delete #\a string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (delete #\a string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (delete #\a string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (delete #\a string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (reset)
 (assert (equal (delete-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil) ""))
 (reset)
 (assert (equal (delete-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5) ""))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error?
          (delete-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error?
          (delete-if #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error?
          (delete-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error?
          (delete-if #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (reset)
 (assert (equal (delete-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end nil)
                "aaaaa"))
 (reset)
 (assert (equal (delete-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 5)
                "aaaaa"))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error?
          (delete-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error?
          (delete-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error?
          (delete-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error?
          (delete-if-not #'alpha-char-p string :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function REMOVE-DUPLICATES, DELETE-DUPLICATES
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function REMOVE-DUPLICATES, DELETE-DUPLICATES")
 (assert (string= (remove-duplicates string :start 0 :end 5) "a"))
 (assert (string= (remove-duplicates string :start 0 :end nil) "a"))
 (assert (raises-error? (remove-duplicates string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (remove-duplicates string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (remove-duplicates string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (remove-duplicates string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (string= (delete-duplicates string :start 0 :end 5) "a"))
 (reset)
 (assert (string= (delete-duplicates string :start 0 :end nil) "a"))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (delete-duplicates string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (delete-duplicates string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (delete-duplicates string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (delete-duplicates string :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Function REPLACE
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function REPLACE")
 (assert (string= (replace string "bbbbb" :start1 0 :end1 5) "bbbbb"))
 (assert (string= (replace (copy-seq "ccccc")
                           string
                           :start2 0 :end2 nil) "bbbbb"))
 (assert (raises-error? (replace string "ccccc" :start1 0 :end1 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (replace string "ccccc" :start2 (opaque-identity -1) :end2 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (replace string "ccccc" :start1 4 :end1 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (replace string "ccccc" :start1 6 :end1 9))))

;;; Function SEARCH
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function SEARCH")
 (assert (= (search "aa" string :start2 0 :end2 5) 0))
 (assert (null (search string "aa" :start1 0 :end2 nil)))
 (assert (raises-error? (search "aa" string :start2 0 :end2 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (search "aa" string :start2 (opaque-identity -1) :end2 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (search "aa" string :start2 4 :end2 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (search "aa" string :start2 6 :end2 9))))

;;; Function STRING-UPCASE, STRING-DOWNCASE, STRING-CAPITALIZE,
;;; NSTRING-UPCASE, NSTRING-DOWNCASE, NSTRING-CAPITALIZE
(defmacro string-case-frob (fn)
  `(progn
    (assert (raises-error? (,fn string :start 0 :end 6)))
    (assert (raises-error? (,fn string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
    (assert (raises-error? (,fn string :start 4 :end 2)))
    (assert (raises-error? (,fn string :start 6 :end 9)))))

(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function STRING-UPCASE, STRING-DOWNCASE, STRING-CAPITALIZE, ...")
 (string-case-frob string-upcase)
 (string-case-frob string-downcase)
 (string-case-frob string-capitalize)
 (format t "~&/... NSTRING-UPCASE, NSTRING-DOWNCASE, NSTRING-CAPITALIZE")
 (string-case-frob nstring-upcase)
 (string-case-frob nstring-downcase)
 (string-case-frob nstring-capitalize))

;;; Function STRING=, STRING/=, STRING<, STRING>, STRING<=, STRING>=,
;;; STRING-EQUAL, STRING-NOT-EQUAL, STRING-LESSP, STRING-GREATERP,
;;; STRING-NOT-GREATERP, STRING-NOT-LESSP
(defmacro string-predicate-frob (fn)
  `(progn
    (,fn string "abcde" :start1 0 :end1 5)
    (,fn "fghij" string :start2 0 :end2 nil)
    (assert (raises-error? (,fn string "klmno"
                                :start1 0 :end1 6)))
    (assert (raises-error? (,fn "pqrst" string
                                :start2 (opaque-identity -1) :end2 5)))
    (assert (raises-error? (,fn "uvwxy" string
                                :start1 4 :end1 2)))
    (assert (raises-error? (,fn string "z" :start2 6 :end2 9)))))
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function STRING=, STRING/=, STRING<, STRING>, STRING<=, STRING>=, ...")
 (string-predicate-frob string=)
 (string-predicate-frob string/=)
 (string-predicate-frob string<)
 (string-predicate-frob string>)
 (string-predicate-frob string<=)
 (string-predicate-frob string>=))
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/... STRING-EQUAL, STRING-NOT-EQUAL, STRING-LESSP, ...")
 (string-predicate-frob string-equal)
 (string-predicate-frob string-not-equal)
 (string-predicate-frob string-lessp))
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/... STRING-GREATERP, STRING-NOT-GREATERP, STRING-NOT-LESSP")
 (string-predicate-frob string-greaterp)
 (string-predicate-frob string-not-greaterp)
 (string-predicate-frob string-not-lessp))

;;; Function SUBSTITUTE, SUBSTITUTE-IF, SUBSTITUTE-IF-NOT,
;;; NSUBSTITUTE, NSUBSTITUTE-IF, NSUBSTITUTE-IF-NOT
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function SUBSTITUTE, SUBSTITUTE-IF, SUBSTITUTE-IF-NOT, ...")
 (assert (string= (substitute #\b #\a string :start 0 :end 5) "bbbbb"))
 (assert (string= (substitute #\c #\a string :start 0 :end nil)
                  "ccccc"))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute #\b #\a string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute #\b #\a string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute #\b #\a string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute #\b #\a string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (string= (substitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                 :start 0 :end 5)
                  "bbbbb"))
 (assert (string= (substitute-if #\c #'alpha-char-p string
                                 :start 0 :end nil)
                  "ccccc"))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                       :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                       :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                       :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                       :start 6 :end 9)))
 (assert (string= (substitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                     :start 0 :end 5)
                  "aaaaa"))
 (assert (string= (substitute-if-not #\c #'alpha-char-p string
                                     :start 0 :end nil)
                  "aaaaa"))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                           :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                           :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                           :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (substitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                           :start 6 :end 9))))
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/... NSUBSTITUTE, NSUBSTITUTE-IF, NSUBSTITUTE-IF-NOT")
 (assert (string= (nsubstitute #\b #\a string :start 0 :end 5) "bbbbb"))
 (reset)
 (assert (string= (nsubstitute #\c #\a string :start 0 :end nil)
                  "ccccc"))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute #\b #\a string :start 0 :end 6)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute #\b #\a string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute #\b #\a string :start 4 :end 2)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute #\b #\a string :start 6 :end 9)))
 (reset)
 (assert (string= (nsubstitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                  :start 0 :end 5)
                  "bbbbb"))
 (reset)
 (assert (string= (nsubstitute-if #\c #'alpha-char-p string
                                  :start 0 :end nil)
                  "ccccc"))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                        :start 0 :end 6)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                        :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                        :start 4 :end 2)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute-if #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                        :start 6 :end 9)))
 (reset)
 (assert (string= (nsubstitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                      :start 0 :end 5)
                  "aaaaa"))
 (reset)
 (assert (string= (nsubstitute-if-not #\c #'alpha-char-p string
                                      :start 0 :end nil)
                  "aaaaa"))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                            :start 0 :end 6)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                            :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                            :start 4 :end 2)))
 (reset)
 (assert (raises-error? (nsubstitute-if-not #\b #'alpha-char-p string
                                            :start 6 :end 9))))
;;; Function WRITE-STRING, WRITE-LINE
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Function WRITE-STRING, WRITE-LINE")
 (write-string string *standard-output* :start 0 :end 5)
 (write-string string *standard-output* :start 0 :end nil)
 (assert (raises-error? (write-string string *standard-output*
                                      :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (write-string string *standard-output*
                                      :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (write-string string *standard-output*
                                      :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (write-string string *standard-output*
                                      :start 6 :end 9)))
 (write-line string *standard-output* :start 0 :end 5)
 (write-line string *standard-output* :start 0 :end nil)
 (assert (raises-error? (write-line string *standard-output*
                                      :start 0 :end 6)))
 (assert (raises-error? (write-line string *standard-output*
                                      :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)))
 (assert (raises-error? (write-line string *standard-output*
                                      :start 4 :end 2)))
 (assert (raises-error? (write-line string *standard-output*
                                      :start 6 :end 9))))

;;; Macro WITH-INPUT-FROM-STRING
(sequence-bounding-indices-test
 (format t "~&/Macro WITH-INPUT-FROM-STRING")
 (with-input-from-string (s string :start 0 :end 5)
   (assert (char= (read-char s) #\a)))
 (with-input-from-string (s string :start 0 :end nil)
   (assert (char= (read-char s) #\a)))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (with-input-from-string (s string :start 0 :end 6)
            (read-char s))))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (with-input-from-string (s string :start (opaque-identity -1) :end 5)
            (read-char s))))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (with-input-from-string (s string :start 4 :end 2)
            (read-char s))))
 (assert (raises-error?
          (with-input-from-string (s string :start 6 :end 9)
            (read-char s)))))

;;; testing bit-bashing according to _The Practice of Programming_
(defun fill-bytes-for-testing (bitsize)
  "Return a list of 'bytes' of type (MOD BITSIZE)."
  (remove-duplicates (list 0
                           (1- (ash 1 (1- bitsize)))
                           (ash 1 (1- bitsize))
                           (1- (ash 1 bitsize)))))

(defun fill-with-known-value (value size &rest vectors)
  (dolist (vec vectors)
    (dotimes (i size)
      (setf (aref vec i) value))))

(defun collect-fill-amounts (n-power)
  (remove-duplicates
   (loop for i from 0 upto n-power
         collect (1- (expt 2 i))
         collect (expt 2 i)
         collect (1+ (expt 2 i)))))

(defun test-fill-bashing (bitsize padding-amount n-power)
  (let* ((size (+ (* padding-amount 2) (expt 2 n-power) (* padding-amount 2)))
         (standard (make-array size :element-type `(unsigned-byte ,bitsize)))
         (bashed (make-array size :element-type `(unsigned-byte ,bitsize)))
         (fill-amounts (collect-fill-amounts n-power))
         (bash-function (intern (format nil "UB~A-BASH-FILL" bitsize)
                                (find-package "SB-KERNEL"))))
    (format t "~&/Function ~A..." bash-function)
    (loop for offset from padding-amount below (* 2 padding-amount) do
          (dolist (c (fill-bytes-for-testing bitsize))
            (dolist (n fill-amounts)
              (fill-with-known-value (mod (lognot c) (ash 1 bitsize)) n
                                     standard bashed)
              ;; fill vectors
              ;; a) the standard slow way
              (fill standard c :start offset :end (+ offset n))
              ;; b) the blazingly fast way
              (let ((value (loop for i from 0 by bitsize
                                 until (= i sb-vm:n-word-bits)
                                 sum (ash c i))))
                (funcall bash-function value bashed offset n))
              ;; check for errors
              (when (mismatch standard bashed)
                (format t "Test with offset ~A, fill ~A and length ~A failed.~%"
                        offset c n)
                (format t "Mismatch: ~A ~A~%"
                        (subseq standard 0 (+ offset n 1))
                        (subseq bashed 0 (+ offset n 1)))
                (return-from test-fill-bashing nil))))
          finally (return t))))

(defun test-copy-bashing (bitsize padding-amount n-power)
  (let* ((size (+ (* padding-amount 2) (expt 2 n-power) (* padding-amount 2)))
         (standard-dst (make-array size :element-type `(unsigned-byte ,bitsize)))
         (bashed-dst (make-array size :element-type `(unsigned-byte ,bitsize)))
         (source (make-array size :element-type `(unsigned-byte ,bitsize)))
         (fill-amounts (collect-fill-amounts n-power))
         (bash-function (intern (format nil "UB~A-BASH-COPY" bitsize)
                                (find-package "SB-KERNEL"))))
    (format t "~&/Function ~A..." bash-function)
    (do ((source-offset padding-amount (1+ source-offset)))
        ((>= source-offset (* padding-amount 2))
         ;; success!
         t)
     (do ((target-offset padding-amount (1+ target-offset)))
         ((>= target-offset (* padding-amount 2)))
       (dolist (c (fill-bytes-for-testing bitsize))
         (dolist (n fill-amounts)
           (fill-with-known-value (mod (lognot c) (ash 1 bitsize)) size
                                  source standard-dst bashed-dst)
           ;; fill with test data
           (fill source c :start source-offset :end (+ source-offset n))
           ;; copy filled test data to test vectors
           ;; a) the slow way
           (replace standard-dst source
                    :start1 target-offset :end1 (+ target-offset n)
                    :start2 source-offset :end2 (+ source-offset n))
           ;; b) the blazingly fast way
           (funcall bash-function source source-offset
                    bashed-dst target-offset n)
           ;; check for errors
           (when (mismatch standard-dst bashed-dst)
             (format t "Test with target-offset ~A, source-offset ~A, fill ~A, and length ~A failed.~%"
                     target-offset source-offset c n)
             (format t "Mismatch:~% correct ~A~% actual  ~A~%"
                     standard-dst
                     bashed-dst)
             (return-from test-copy-bashing nil))))))))

(loop for i = 1 then (* i 2) do
     ;; the bare '32' here is fairly arbitrary; '8' provides a good
     ;; range of lengths over which to fill and copy, which should tease
     ;; out most errors in the code (if any exist).  (It also makes this
     ;; part of the test suite finish reasonably quickly.)
     (assert (test-fill-bashing i 32 8))
     (assert (test-copy-bashing i 32 8))
     until (= i sb-vm:n-word-bits))

;;; success