Source code for pysmt.printers

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from six.moves import cStringIO

import pysmt.operators as op
from pysmt.walkers import TreeWalker
from pysmt.walkers.generic import handles
from pysmt.utils import quote
from pysmt.constants import is_pysmt_fraction, is_pysmt_integer

[docs]class HRPrinter(TreeWalker): """Performs serialization of a formula in a human-readable way. E.g., Implies(And(Symbol(x), Symbol(y)), Symbol(z)) ~> '(x * y) -> z' """ def __init__(self, stream, env=None): TreeWalker.__init__(self, env=env) = stream self.write =
[docs] def printer(self, f, threshold=None): """Performs the serialization of 'f'. Thresholding can be used to define how deep in the formula to go. After reaching the thresholded value, "..." will be printed instead. This is mainly used for debugging. """ self.walk(f, threshold=threshold)
def walk_threshold(self, formula): self.write("...") def walk_nary(self, formula, ops): self.write("(") args = formula.args() for s in args[:-1]: yield s self.write(ops) yield args[-1] self.write(")") def walk_quantifier(self, op_symbol, var_sep, sep, formula): if len(formula.quantifier_vars()) > 0: self.write("(") self.write(op_symbol) for s in formula.quantifier_vars()[:-1]: yield s self.write(var_sep) yield formula.quantifier_vars()[-1] self.write(sep) yield formula.arg(0) self.write(")") else: yield formula.arg(0)
[docs] def walk_not(self, formula): self.write("(! ") yield formula.arg(0) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_symbol(self, formula): self.write(quote(formula.symbol_name(), style="'"))
[docs] def walk_function(self, formula): yield formula.function_name() self.write("(") for p in formula.args()[:-1]: yield p self.write(", ") yield formula.args()[-1] self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_real_constant(self, formula): assert is_pysmt_fraction(formula.constant_value()), \ "The type was " + str(type(formula.constant_value())) # TODO: Remove this once issue 113 in gmpy2 is solved v = formula.constant_value() n,d = v.numerator, v.denominator if formula.constant_value().denominator == 1: self.write("%s.0" % n) else: self.write("%s/%s" % (n, d))
[docs] def walk_int_constant(self, formula): assert is_pysmt_integer(formula.constant_value()), \ "The type was " + str(type(formula.constant_value())) self.write(str(formula.constant_value()))
[docs] def walk_bool_constant(self, formula): if formula.constant_value(): self.write("True") else: self.write("False")
[docs] def walk_bv_constant(self, formula): # This is the simplest SMT-LIB way of printing the value of a BV # self.write("(_ bv%d %d)" % (formula.bv_width(), # formula.constant_value())) self.write("%d_%d" % (formula.constant_value(), formula.bv_width()))
[docs] def walk_algebraic_constant(self, formula): self.write(str(formula.constant_value()))
[docs] def walk_bv_extract(self, formula): yield formula.arg(0) self.write("[%d:%d]" % (formula.bv_extract_start(), formula.bv_extract_end()))
[docs] def walk_bv_neg(self, formula): self.write("(- ") yield formula.arg(0) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_bv_ror(self, formula): self.write("(") yield formula.arg(0) self.write(" ROR ") self.write("%d)" % formula.bv_rotation_step())
[docs] def walk_bv_rol(self, formula): self.write("(") yield formula.arg(0) self.write(" ROL ") self.write("%d)" % formula.bv_rotation_step())
[docs] def walk_bv_zext(self, formula): self.write("(") yield formula.arg(0) self.write(" ZEXT ") self.write("%d)" % formula.bv_extend_step())
[docs] def walk_bv_sext(self, formula): self.write("(") yield formula.arg(0) self.write(" SEXT ") self.write("%d)" % formula.bv_extend_step())
[docs] def walk_ite(self, formula): self.write("(") yield formula.arg(0) self.write(" ? ") yield formula.arg(1) self.write(" : ") yield formula.arg(2) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_forall(self, formula): return self.walk_quantifier("forall ", ", ", " . ", formula)
[docs] def walk_exists(self, formula): return self.walk_quantifier("exists ", ", ", " . ", formula)
[docs] def walk_toreal(self, formula): self.write("ToReal(") yield formula.arg(0) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_constant(self, formula): assert (type(formula.constant_value()) == str ), \ "The type was " + str(type(formula.constant_value())) self.write('"%s"' % formula.constant_value())
[docs] def walk_str_length(self,formula): self.write("str.len(" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_charat(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(1)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_concat(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("str.++(" ) for arg in formula.args()[:-1]: self.walk(arg) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.args()[-1]) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_contains(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("str.contains(" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(1)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_indexof(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("str.indexof(" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(1)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(2)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_replace(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("str.replace(" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(1)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(2)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_substr(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("str.substr(" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(1)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(2)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_prefixof(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("str.prefixof(" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(1)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_suffixof(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("str.suffixof(" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(", ") self.walk(formula.arg(1)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_str_to_int(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_int_to_str(self,formula, **kwargs): self.write("" ) self.walk(formula.arg(0)) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_array_select(self, formula): yield formula.arg(0) self.write("[") yield formula.arg(1) self.write("]")
[docs] def walk_array_store(self, formula): yield formula.arg(0) self.write("[") yield formula.arg(1) self.write(" := ") yield formula.arg(2) self.write("]")
[docs] def walk_array_value(self, formula): self.write(str( self.write("(") yield formula.array_value_default() self.write(")") assign = formula.array_value_assigned_values_map() # We sort the array value assigments in lexicographic order # for deterministic printing for k in sorted(assign, key=str): self.write("[") yield k self.write(" := ") yield assign[k] self.write("]")
[docs] def walk_bv_tonatural(self, formula): self.write("bv2nat(") yield formula.arg(0) self.write(")")
[docs] def walk_and(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " & ")
[docs] def walk_or(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " | ")
[docs] def walk_plus(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " + ")
[docs] def walk_times(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " * ")
[docs] def walk_div(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " / ")
[docs] def walk_pow(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " ^ ")
[docs] def walk_iff(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " <-> ")
[docs] def walk_implies(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " -> ")
[docs] def walk_minus(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " - ")
[docs] def walk_equals(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " = ")
[docs] def walk_le(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " <= ")
[docs] def walk_lt(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " < ")
[docs] def walk_bv_xor(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " xor ")
[docs] def walk_bv_concat(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, "::")
[docs] def walk_bv_udiv(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " u/ ")
[docs] def walk_bv_urem(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " u% ")
[docs] def walk_bv_sdiv(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " s/ ")
[docs] def walk_bv_srem(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " s% ")
[docs] def walk_bv_sle(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " s<= ")
[docs] def walk_bv_slt(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " s< ")
[docs] def walk_bv_ule(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " u<= ")
[docs] def walk_bv_ult(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " u< ")
[docs] def walk_bv_lshl(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " << ")
[docs] def walk_bv_lshr(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " >> ")
[docs] def walk_bv_ashr(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " a>> ")
[docs] def walk_bv_comp(self, formula): return self.walk_nary(formula, " bvcomp ")
walk_bv_and = walk_and walk_bv_or = walk_or walk_bv_not = walk_not walk_bv_add = walk_plus walk_bv_mul = walk_times walk_bv_sub = walk_minus
#EOC HRPrinter
[docs]class HRSerializer(object): """Return the serialized version of the formula as a string.""" PrinterClass = HRPrinter def __init__(self, environment=None): self.environment = environment
[docs] def serialize(self, formula, printer=None, threshold=None): """Returns a string with the human-readable version of the formula. 'printer' is the printer to call to perform the serialization. 'threshold' is the thresholding value for the printing function. """ buf = cStringIO() if printer is None: p = self.PrinterClass(buf) else: p = printer(buf) p.printer(formula, threshold) res = buf.getvalue() buf.close() return res
[docs]class SmartPrinter(HRPrinter): """Better serialization allowing special printing of subformula. The formula is serialized according to the format defined in the HRPrinter. However, everytime a formula that is present in 'subs' is found, this is replaced. E.g., subs = {And(a,b): "ab"} Everytime that the subformula And(a,b) is found, "ab" will be printed instead of "a & b". This makes it possible to rename big subformulae, and provide better human-readable representation. """ def __init__(self, stream, subs=None): HRPrinter.__init__(self, stream) if subs is None: self.subs = {} else: self.subs = subs
[docs] def printer(self, f, threshold=None): self.walk(f, threshold=threshold)
@handles(op.ALL_TYPES) def smart_walk(self, formula): if formula in self.subs: # Smarties contains a string. # In the future, we could allow for arbitrary function calls self.write(self.subs[formula]) else: return HRPrinter.super(self, formula)
# EOC SmartPrinter
[docs]def smart_serialize(formula, subs=None, threshold=None): """Creates and calls a SmartPrinter to perform smart serialization.""" buf = cStringIO() p = SmartPrinter(buf, subs=subs) p.printer(formula, threshold=threshold) res = buf.getvalue() buf.close() return res