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This is the Windows app named XBNF to run in Windows online over Linux online whose latest release can be downloaded as neurotranslator.v1.01.2020-02-20.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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XBNF to run in Windows online over Linux online


DESCRIPTION:

Aim of the XBNF compiler is to be able to translate using simple and powerfull
"BNF like" grammar to process file or stdin in input and produce translation in output.

Severals outputs flux can be produced (-o option)
Flux are mapped according to the order of appearance of # in definition.


* EX of grammar logic.xbnf :

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"

< >: (CHAINE "\t\n ") | ()


* Translate from stdin to stdout :

# xbnf -i - -o - samples/logic.xbnf
(0 + 1) . 1 + ( 0 . ( 1 + 1 ) )
+ 1 . 0
^D
(ou (et (ou false true) true) (ou (et false (ou true true)) (et true false)))

* Reverse translate from file to stdout :

# xbnf -o - -i output/logic-EN.txt samples/logic.xbnf
(0+1).1+0.(1+1)+1.0

Features

  • 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


Audience

Information Technology, Advanced End Users, System Administrators, Developers, Architects


User interface

Command-line


Programming Language

C++



This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/neurotranslator/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.

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