Most programming languages (both dynamically and statically typed languages) have special keyword and/or syntax that looks much different than declaring variables for declaring functions. I see ...
Background info (May Skip): I am working on a task we have been set at uni in which we have to design a grammar for a DSL we have been provided with. The grammar must be in BNF or EBNF. As well as ...
I have a scripting engine I just published as an open source project. It's been sitting on my harddrive waiting for about a year. My engine of course isn't complete in any way, but it does work for ...
I have been having some fun lately exploring the development of language parsers in the context of how they fit into the Chomsky Hierarchy. What is a good real-world (ie not theoretical) example of a ...
I have been programming for many years, but one task that still takes me inordinately long is to specify a grammar for a parser, and even after this excessive effort, I'm never sure that the grammar ...
I'm playing around a bit with my own C like DSL grammar and would like some oppinions. I've reserved the use of "(...)" for invocations. eg: foo(1,2); My grammar supports "trailing closures" , ...