pwnlib.testexample — Example Test Module

Module-level documentation would go here, along with a general description of the functionality. You can also add module-level doctests.

You can see what the documentation for this module will look like here:

The tests for this module are run when the documentation is automatically-generated by Sphinx. This particular module is invoked by an “automodule” directive, which imports everything in the module, or everything listed in __all__ in the module.

The doctests are automatically picked up by the >>> symbol, like from the Python prompt. For more on doctests, see the Python documentation.

All of the syntax in this file is ReStructuredText. You can find a nice cheat sheet here.

Here’s an example of a module-level doctest:

>>> add(3, add(2, add(1, 0)))

If doctests are wrong / broken, you can disable them temporarily.

>>> add(2, 2) 

Some things in Python are non-deterministic, like dict or set ordering. There are a lot of ways to work around this, but the accepted way of doing this is to test for equality.

>>> a = {a:a+1 for a in range(3)}
>>> a == {0:1, 1:2, 2:3}

In order to use other modules, they need to be imported from the RST which documents the module.

>>> os.path.basename('foo/bar')
pwnlib.testexample.add(a, b) → int[source]

Adds the numbers a and b.

  • a (int) – First number to add
  • b (int) – Second number to add

The sum of a and b.


>>> add(1,2)
>>> add(-1, 33)