Browse Source

day1: add examples as unit tests

master
Stefan Bühler 2 years ago
parent
commit
8c30eb1099
  1. 27
      day1/src/main.rs

27
day1/src/main.rs

@ -27,3 +27,30 @@ fn main() {
println!("Fuel 1: {}", fuel_for_modules1(input.clone()));
println!("Fuel 2: {}", fuel_for_modules2(input));
}
#[cfg(test)]
mod day1test {
#[test]
fn example1() {
// Original descriptions:
// > For a mass of 12, divide by 3 and round down to get 4, then subtract 2 to get 2.
// > For a mass of 14, dividing by 3 and rounding down still yields 4, so the fuel required is also 2.
// > For a mass of 1969, the fuel required is 654.
// > For a mass of 100756, the fuel required is 33583.
assert_eq!(super::fuel_for_mass1(12), 2);
assert_eq!(super::fuel_for_mass1(14), 2);
assert_eq!(super::fuel_for_mass1(1969), 654);
assert_eq!(super::fuel_for_mass1(100756), 33583);
}
#[test]
fn example2() {
// Original descriptions:
// > A module of mass 14 requires 2 fuel. This fuel requires no further fuel (2 divided by 3 and rounded down is 0, which would call for a negative fuel), so the total fuel required is still just 2.
// > At first, a module of mass 1969 requires 654 fuel. Then, this fuel requires 216 more fuel (654 / 3 - 2). 216 then requires 70 more fuel, which requires 21 fuel, which requires 5 fuel, which requires no further fuel. So, the total fuel required for a module of mass 1969 is 654 + 216 + 70 + 21 + 5 = 966.
// > The fuel required by a module of mass 100756 and its fuel is: 33583 + 11192 + 3728 + 1240 + 411 + 135 + 43 + 12 + 2 = 50346.
assert_eq!(super::fuel_for_mass2(14), 2);
assert_eq!(super::fuel_for_mass2(1969), 966);
assert_eq!(super::fuel_for_mass2(100756), 50346);
}
}
Loading…
Cancel
Save