Source code for qiskit.circuit.instructionset

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Instruction collection.

from __future__ import annotations
from typing import Callable

from qiskit.circuit.exceptions import CircuitError
from .classicalregister import Clbit, ClassicalRegister
from .operation import Operation
from .quantumcircuitdata import CircuitInstruction

[docs]class InstructionSet: """Instruction collection, and their contexts.""" __slots__ = ("_instructions", "_requester") def __init__( # pylint: disable=bad-docstring-quotes self, *, resource_requester: Callable[..., ClassicalRegister | Clbit] | None = None, ): """New collection of instructions. The context (``qargs`` and ``cargs`` that each instruction is attached to) is also stored separately for each instruction. Args: resource_requester: A callable that takes in the classical resource used in the condition, verifies that it is present in the attached circuit, resolves any indices into concrete :obj:`.Clbit` instances, and returns the concrete resource. If this is not given, specifying a condition with an index is forbidden, and all concrete :obj:`.Clbit` and :obj:`.ClassicalRegister` resources will be assumed to be valid. .. note:: The callback ``resource_requester`` is called once for each call to :meth:`.c_if`, and assumes that a call implies that the resource will now be used. It may throw an error if the resource is not valid for usage. """ self._instructions: list[CircuitInstruction] = [] self._requester = resource_requester def __len__(self): """Return number of instructions in set""" return len(self._instructions) def __getitem__(self, i): """Return instruction at index""" return self._instructions[i]
[docs] def add(self, instruction, qargs=None, cargs=None): """Add an instruction and its context (where it is attached).""" if not isinstance(instruction, CircuitInstruction): if not isinstance(instruction, Operation): raise CircuitError("attempt to add non-Operation to InstructionSet") if qargs is None or cargs is None: raise CircuitError("missing qargs or cargs in old-style InstructionSet.add") instruction = CircuitInstruction(instruction, tuple(qargs), tuple(cargs)) self._instructions.append(instruction)
[docs] def inverse(self): """Invert all instructions.""" for i, instruction in enumerate(self._instructions): self._instructions[i] = instruction.replace(operation=instruction.operation.inverse()) return self
[docs] def c_if(self, classical: Clbit | ClassicalRegister | int, val: int) -> "InstructionSet": """Set a classical equality condition on all the instructions in this set between the :obj:`.ClassicalRegister` or :obj:`.Clbit` ``classical`` and value ``val``. .. note:: This is a setter method, not an additive one. Calling this multiple times will silently override any previously set condition on any of the contained instructions; it does not stack. Args: classical: the classical resource the equality condition should be on. If this is given as an integer, it will be resolved into a :obj:`.Clbit` using the same conventions as the circuit these instructions are attached to. val: the value the classical resource should be equal to. Returns: This same instance of :obj:`.InstructionSet`, but now mutated to have the given equality condition. Raises: CircuitError: if the passed classical resource is invalid, or otherwise not resolvable to a concrete resource that these instructions are permitted to access. Example: .. plot:: :include-source: from qiskit import ClassicalRegister, QuantumRegister, QuantumCircuit qr = QuantumRegister(2) cr = ClassicalRegister(2) qc = QuantumCircuit(qr, cr) qc.h(range(2)) qc.measure(range(2), range(2)) # apply x gate if the classical register has the value 2 (10 in binary) qc.x(0).c_if(cr, 2) # apply y gate if bit 0 is set to 1 qc.y(1).c_if(0, 1) qc.draw('mpl') """ if self._requester is None and not isinstance(classical, (Clbit, ClassicalRegister)): raise CircuitError( "Cannot pass an index as a condition variable without specifying a requester" " when creating this InstructionSet." ) if self._requester is not None: classical = self._requester(classical) for instruction in self._instructions: instruction.operation = instruction.operation.c_if(classical, val) return self
# Legacy support for properties. Added in Terra 0.21 to support the internal switch in # `` from the 3-tuple to `CircuitInstruction`. @property def instructions(self): """Legacy getter for the instruction components of an instruction set. This does not support mutation.""" return [instruction.operation for instruction in self._instructions] @property def qargs(self): """Legacy getter for the qargs components of an instruction set. This does not support mutation.""" return [list(instruction.qubits) for instruction in self._instructions] @property def cargs(self): """Legacy getter for the cargs components of an instruction set. This does not support mutation.""" return [list(instruction.clbits) for instruction in self._instructions]