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Neurotranslator is a clever compiler by using translation and bijective rules,
BNF improvement is called XBNF as eXtension or BNF description language.
XBNF may be involved in severals different computer domains :
- encoding/decoding among languages, file format, ...
Severals outputs flux can be generated (-o option)
Flux are mapped according to the order of appearance of # in definition.
* Sample logic.xbnf :
axiome : ou (RC) <axiome>
axiome : ()
ou : et "+" ou # "(ou " et " " ou ")"
ou : et
et : fact "." et # "(et " fact " " et ")"
et : fact
fact : < > boolean < > # boolean
fact : < > "(" < > ou < > ")" < > | < > ou < > # ou
boolean : "1" # "true"
boolean : "0" # "false"
< >: (STRING "\t ") | ()
* Translate from stdin to stdout :
Command# xbnf -i - -o - samples/logic.xbnf
(0 + 1) . 1 + ( 0 . ( 1 + 1 + 0) )
+ 1 . 0 . 1
(ou (et (ou false true) true) (ou (et false (ou true ...
- XBNF input and output channel (#)
- direct translation using "=>" and flux parsing with -if / -of
- random output (EX: p.3 for probability of 3/F)
- loop detection (enable by default)
- only one parsing phase for input and one parsing phase for output
- grammar parameters using (PARAM* call)
- evaluation of scope using -is/-os
- powerfull debugger for grammar but also internally used XBNF
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