Source code for hypothesis.strategies._internal.misc

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from hypothesis.internal.reflection import get_pretty_function_description
from hypothesis.strategies._internal.strategies import (
from hypothesis.strategies._internal.utils import cacheable, defines_strategy

class JustStrategy(SampledFromStrategy):
    """A strategy which always returns a single fixed value.

    It's implemented as a length-one SampledFromStrategy so that all our
    special-case logic for filtering and sets applies also to just(x).

    The important difference from a SampledFromStrategy with only one
    element to choose is that JustStrategy *never* touches the underlying
    choice sequence, i.e. drawing neither reads from nor writes to `data`.
    This is a reasonably important optimisation (or semantic distinction!)
    for both JustStrategy and SampledFromStrategy.

    def value(self):
        return self.elements[0]

    def __repr__(self):
        suffix = "".join(
            for name, f in self._transformations
        if self.value is None:
            return "none()" + suffix
        return f"just({get_pretty_function_description(self.value)}){suffix}"

    def calc_is_cacheable(self, recur):
        return is_simple_data(self.value)

    def do_filtered_draw(self, data):
        # The parent class's `do_draw` implementation delegates directly to
        # `do_filtered_draw`, which we can greatly simplify in this case since
        # we have exactly one value. (This also avoids drawing any data.)
        return self._transform(self.value)

[docs] @defines_strategy(never_lazy=True) def just(value: T) -> SearchStrategy[T]: """Return a strategy which only generates ``value``. Note: ``value`` is not copied. Be wary of using mutable values. If ``value`` is the result of a callable, you can use :func:`builds(callable) <hypothesis.strategies.builds>` instead of ``just(callable())`` to get a fresh value each time. Examples from this strategy do not shrink (because there is only one). """ return JustStrategy([value])
[docs] @defines_strategy(force_reusable_values=True) def none() -> SearchStrategy[None]: """Return a strategy which only generates None. Examples from this strategy do not shrink (because there is only one). """ return just(None)
class Nothing(SearchStrategy): def calc_is_empty(self, recur): return True def do_draw(self, data): # This method should never be called because draw() will mark the # data as invalid immediately because is_empty is True. raise NotImplementedError("This should never happen") def calc_has_reusable_values(self, recur): return True def __repr__(self): return "nothing()" def map(self, f): return self def filter(self, f): return self def flatmap(self, f): return self NOTHING = Nothing()
[docs] @cacheable @defines_strategy(never_lazy=True) def nothing() -> SearchStrategy: """This strategy never successfully draws a value and will always reject on an attempt to draw. Examples from this strategy do not shrink (because there are none). """ return NOTHING
class BooleansStrategy(SearchStrategy): def do_draw(self, data): return data.draw_boolean() def __repr__(self): return "booleans()"