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From "nhung.nnguyen (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (MATH-42) [math] Function "Fraction math.fraction.FractionFormat.parse(String, ParsePosition) " does not handle parsing the numerater properly
Date Sat, 14 Oct 2006 02:47:53 GMT
    [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MATH-42?page=comments#action_12442135 ] 
            
nhung.nnguyen commented on MATH-42:
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   [[ Old comment, sent by email on Mon, 5 Jun 2006 23:54:56 -0500 ]]

Hi,

Thanks to let me know.

Have a good night, and best regards,
Nhung




> [math] Function "Fraction math.fraction.FractionFormat.parse(String, ParsePosition) "
does not handle parsing the numerater properly
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: MATH-42
>                 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MATH-42
>             Project: Commons Math
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 1.1 Final
>         Environment: Operating System: other
> Platform: Other
>            Reporter: nhung.nnguyen
>
> Hello,
> While testing function "Fraction math.fraction.FractionFormat.parse(String, 
> ParsePosition) ", I found it did not handle properly the case the input string 
> passed in is incorrect. 
> When I passed in a String that represented a Fraction to be parsed, if the 
> Fraction embedded in the String had a whole value, while either the numerator 
> or denominator had the negative sign, the function just returned 
> 1/abs(denomitator).
> Please see the following code segment for more details:
> "   
>   NumberFormat nf = null; 
>   
>   FractionFormat properFormat = FractionFormat.getProperInstance
> (Locale.getDefault());
>   FractionFormat improperFormat = FractionFormat.getImproperInstance
> (Locale.getDefault());
>  
> //Test 1 : fail 
> public void testParseNegative(){
>  
>    String source = "1 -2 / 3";
>    ParsePosition pos = new ParsePosition(0);
>    Fraction actual = properFormat.parse(source, pos);
>    assertNull(actual);
> }
> // Test2: success
> public void testParseNegative(){
>  
>    String source = "1 -2 / 3";
>    ParsePosition pos = new ParsePosition(0);
>    Fraction actual = properFormat.parse(source, pos);  // return Fraction 1/3
>    assertEquals(1, source.getNumerator());
>    assertEquals(3, source.getDenominator());
> }
> "
> Note: Similarly, when I passed in the following inputs: 
>   input 2: (source = “1 2 / -3”, pos = 0)
>   input 3: ( source = ” -1 -2 / 3”, pos = 0)
> Function "Fraction parse(String, ParsePosition)" returned Fraction 1/3 (means 
> the result Fraction had numerator = 1 and  denominator = 3)for all 3 inputs 
> above.
>  
> I think the function does not handle parsing the numberator/ denominator 
> properly incase input string provides negative numerator or negative 
> denominator while there is the whole value.
> Thank you!
> Nhung

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