Source code for cocotb.types

# Copyright cocotb contributors
# Licensed under the Revised BSD License, see LICENSE for details.
# SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
import typing

from .array import Array  # noqa: F401
from .logic import Bit, Logic  # noqa: F401
from .logic_array import LogicArray  # noqa: F401
from .range import Range  # noqa: F401

[docs] def concat(a: typing.Any, b: typing.Any) -> typing.Any: """ Create a new array that is the concatenation of one array with another. Uses the :meth:`__concat__` or :meth:`__rconcat__` special methods to dispatch to a particular implementation, exactly like other binary operations in Python. Raises: TypeError: when the arguments do not support concatenation in the given order. """ MISSING = object() type_a = type(a) type_b = type(b) a_concat = getattr(type_a, "__concat__", MISSING) a_rconcat = getattr(type_a, "__rconcat__", MISSING) b_rconcat = getattr(type_b, "__rconcat__", MISSING) if type_a is not type_b and issubclass(type_b, type_a) and a_rconcat != b_rconcat: # 'b' is a subclass of 'a' with a more specific implementation of 'concat(a, b)' call_order = [(b, b_rconcat, a), (a, a_concat, b)] elif type_a is not type_b: # normal call order call_order = [(a, a_concat, b), (b, b_rconcat, a)] else: # types are the same, we expect implementation of 'concat(a, b)' to be in 'a.__concat__' call_order = [(a, a_concat, b)] for lhs, method, rhs in call_order: if method is MISSING: continue res = method(lhs, rhs) if res is not NotImplemented: return res raise TypeError( "cannot concatenate {!r} with {!r}".format( type_a.__qualname__, type_b.__qualname__ ) )