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But then if the ID really was "if" you would parse it as a
command instead of an ID.
Two things might help:
- you know more about the ID, like the number of characters, or
that it is always capitals or something.
- you use the context to help the parser work. For example,
if an ID was always followed by a colon, but colons weren't used
after commands then the parser would have no problem.
There may be other ways too - I'm no expert on this :-)
At 05:27 PM 11/2/98 +0000, you wrote:
>I'm just thinking if we have section called keyword to define the language
>Print,if,... etc and the Lexical generator give them the first priority.
>because I have found problem In grammar like this
> l =['A'-'Z'];
> d =['0'-'9'];
> Id= l (l | d)*
>the Lexical will peek the first one .
>an is there any way so I can use the parser with VB front end?
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