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Re: Re: parse-result (Catonano)

From: swedebugia
Subject: Re: Re: parse-result (Catonano)
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2019 08:16:29 +0100

   Zelphir Kaltstahl <address@hidden> skrev: (16 januari 2019
   21:31:13 CET)

Perhaps I should put a link into the source code whenever I follow a
tutorial. Sorry for the confusion!
I am also only following Amirouche Boubekki's tutorial ; ) Good that you
already found it.
There is a paper about parser combinators (which I did not completely
implement, because I had a bug somewhere, where I did not find it at
some point), about parser combinators:
It takes some time to get used to the Gopher code syntax, but from the
part of the paper, that I read, it is quite clever stuff, all this
parser combinator stuff.
I am still unsure about the theoretical CS stuff: What kind of parsers
one can possibly write with parser combinators? Which language class is
that? I have language X can I parse it completely using parser
combinators? etc. Theoretical CS and the proofs were not my strongest area.
On 1/16/19 6:00 PM, address@hidden wrote:

     Ok I found this

   Have you looked at the PEG parser recently added to guile? It does
   everything the combinators do with an added compressor.
   Its quite powerful and seems to work well.
   Sent from my pa 0/00!p for Android.



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