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Topic: Context-free self-described grammar

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Re: Context-free self-described grammar

Yes all is tangled.  "any character" is defined, and where is not used. There should be only one  used only in the left part of rules -  the language. Type: C#:=>....

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Re: Context-free self-described grammar

Hello, Qulac, you wrote: Q> Yes all is tangled.  "any character" is defined, and where is not used. In a rule "" Q> there Should be only one  used only in the left part of rules start  - "file".

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Re: Context-free self-described grammar

Hello, Arsen. Shnurkov, you wrote: AS> Hello, Qulac, you wrote: Q>> Yes all is tangled.  "any character" is defined, and where is not used. AS> in a rule "" Q>> there Should be only one  used only in the left part of rules AS> start  - "file". And about that it should be one is defiantly the incorrect statement. Explain, please, that you wanted to tell. No, it should be a part of other rule, higher order. Type X: = "any character" | here something else.

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Re: Context-free self-described grammar

Q> Is not present, it should be a part of other rule, higher order. Type X: = "any character" | here something else. , a rule "" it is necessary to read as (* *) = character any character - a double quote | "0", 1*2 {hexadecimal digit}; Corrected in the start message.