Method with decimal parameters not recognized by ExpressionEvaluator grammar

first post: tigren wrote: So we have a own method ValidateData() accepts parameters as decima...

latest post: rivantsov wrote: can you please provide more specifics - function signature, how you...

How can I best grab a block of text that may contain the ending character?

first post: devwulf wrote: I'm parsing a configuration file that includes blocks like this: ru...

latest post: devwulf wrote: Here's the regex I've ended up with that handles curly brackets tha...

answered by: devwulf wrote: I found a nice regex in the regex documentation on msdn that does c...

Parsing SQL Arrays

first post: dhgoldman wrote: First, Irony is awesome, and I really appreciate the time you've in...

latest post: dhgoldman wrote: Yes, that did the trick -- totally overlooked the use of brackets a...

Optional terms in InterpretedLanguageGrammar

first post: watkipet wrote: I'm deriving from InterpretedLanguageGrammar. It's my understanding...

latest post: devwulf wrote: I know this thread has already been solved, but I wanted to share a...

C99 grammar - conflicts with statement and declaration

first post: xtravar wrote: I'm having difficulty with conflicts on declaration versus statemen...

latest post: rivantsov wrote: Hi again about c language and problems with LALR parsing it. Unfort...

full matched source of a ParseTreeNode

first post: Coleoid wrote: This node is a subtree that holds multiple identifiers. All the th...

latest post: Coleoid wrote: No large problem, I just wanted to know I wasn't reinventing some h...

Problem with IdentifierTerminal

first post: Fussel wrote: hi, i want to parse a structure like this: "Node time >= 1 Endnode...

latest post: rivantsov wrote: remove ';' from Endnode and add it explicitly in the UGL rule: ...

Why i can't find a full documentation for Irony ?

first post: GHOST2010 wrote: I'm trying to use Irony as i think it's a great kit but i can't fin...

latest post: jorgediego wrote: * Inherit from __InterpretedLanguageGrammar__ then your grammar wil...

evaluate function with more than one parameters (ExpressionListNode issue)

first post: jorgediego wrote: I'm trying to do (for example) round( 3.4455, 2) (created by my o...

latest post: jorgediego wrote: yes..it works perfectly...thank you.

how to add to ExpressionEvaluatorGrammar IF (...) MULTIPLE_STATEMENT ELSE MULTIPLE_STATEMENT

first post: jorgediego wrote: Please I need a help, ExpressionEvaluatorGrammar works wonderfull...

latest post: jorgediego wrote: this is how I did, and it's working perfectly If Then Else (in case...