Mon Feb 21 07:28:50 EST 2005
the extensible bit of the syntax is (ie, that which is
altered by addition and omission of calling conventions).
And moreover, having the syntax of the extent directly
depend on the calling convention leads to a context
sensitive grammar. Sure, the parsing within the string is
going to depend on the calling convention anyway, but then
we have a kind of two-stage grammar. That seems nicer to me
than the alternative.
> an agreement would be more important than lexical Jihads.
> Manuel to the rescue!
Ok. All but (a) - (d) from above is in the string.
You asked for it ;-)
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