Why3 Standard Library index


Polymorphic mutable queues

The module Queue below is mapped to OCaml's standard library module Queue by Why3's extraction.

Independently, a Why3 implementation of this module is also provided in examples/queue_two_lists.mlw.

module Queue

  use seq.Seq
  use mach.peano.Peano
  use int.Int

  type t 'a = abstract {
    mutable seq: Seq.seq 'a;
  }

  meta coercion function seq

  val create () : t 'a
    ensures { result = empty }

  val push (x: 'a) (q: t 'a) : unit
    writes { q }
    ensures { q = snoc (old q) x }

  exception Empty

  val pop (q: t 'a) : 'a
    writes { q }
    ensures { old q <> empty }
    ensures { result = (old q)[0] }
    ensures { q = (old q)[1 ..] }
    raises  { Empty -> q = old q = empty }

  val peek (q: t 'a) : 'a
    ensures { q <> empty }
    ensures { result = q[0] }
    raises  { Empty -> q = empty }

  val safe_pop (q: t 'a) : 'a
    requires { q <> empty }
    writes { q }
    ensures { result = (old q)[0] }
    ensures { q = (old q)[1 ..] }

  val safe_peek (q: t 'a) : 'a
    requires { q <> empty }
    ensures { result = q[0] }

  val clear (q: t 'a) : unit
    writes  { q }
    ensures { q = empty }

  val copy (q: t 'a) : t 'a
    ensures { result == q }

  val is_empty (q: t 'a) : bool
    ensures { result <-> (q = empty) }

  val length (q: t 'a) : Peano.t
    ensures { result = length q }

  val transfer (q1 q2: t 'a) : unit
    writes  { q1, q2 }
    ensures { q1 = empty }
    ensures { q2 = (old q2) ++ (old q1) }

end


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