|Marpa article on perl.com||Peter Stuifzand||10/1/12 1:29 PM|
|Re: Marpa article on perl.com||Ron Savage||10/1/12 4:32 PM|
Sigh. How's a guy going to brag when you beat him to it??
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|Re: Marpa article on perl.com||Jeffrey Kegler||10/1/12 4:51 PM|
I thought the article was magnificent. Especially the lexing vs.
parsing thing. I'd been thinking of trying to address it on my blog.
But I suspected any attempt I made would misfire, so I'm relieved that
somebody else took the subject on. Much of the profession believes that
parsing and lexing are the same thing or essentially so. This leaves
them without a word in their vocabulary that describes the problem that
|Re: Marpa article on perl.com||Ron Savage||10/1/12 6:33 PM|
Thanx for the compliment.
|Re: Marpa article on perl.com||Peter Stuifzand||10/2/12 12:58 AM|
Ron, sorry about that.
I wasn't quite sure at first who wrote the article, but it's amazing.
I need to find out how these techniques will work for my parsers. I
still haven't got that right.
Peter Stuifzand | peterstuifzand.nl | @pstuifzand
|Re: Marpa article on perl.com||Ron Savage||10/2/12 2:50 PM|
On 02/10/12 17:58, Peter Stuifzand wrote:
> Ron, sorry about that.
No need to apologize. I was joking, I assure you.
Yes, confusing at first. And thanx.
I hope the article helps you and many other people.