sql grammer custom keyword

first post: oturkan wrote: Hi I have sql clause like "Id = ? And Person.FirstName = ?" how...

latest post: oturkan wrote: thank you worked

JavaScript grammar

first post: GAMELASTER wrote: Hello, is somewhere available a JavaScript grammar? Thanks

latest post: elias551 wrote: Here you go => http://stackoverflow.com/questions/334479/repository...

Tsql escaping in typename

first post: matejgolob wrote: I need simple t-sql parser and I started with demo SqlGrammar. t-sq...

latest post: matejgolob wrote: thanks. it works.

ScriptThread and ScriptApp and InterpretedLanguageGrammar

first post: Nicksys wrote: Hi All, I noticed that if you need to evaluate you need to have Sc...

latest post: Nicksys wrote: Hi Roman Thank you very much for replying back to me. You are righ...

Grammars switching in one source file

first post: tdolny wrote: Is it possible to switch between multiple separate grammars when pa...

Shift-reduce conflicts on inputs

first post: Nicksys wrote: Hi All, I am really unable to understand how to fix this issue, I a...

Why AstNode

first post: Nicksys wrote: Hi All, Sorry if my question might sound stupid but why do I need ...

latest post: Nicksys wrote: Got it. Thank you very much for your reply.

Expecting number...?

first post: Afr0 wrote: Hi, I'm trying to make a grammar for the language below: # UI prope...

latest post: Afr0 wrote: Here's the file I was testing on: ``` # UI properties for Person E...

Help identifying the components making this pattern?

first post: woopsie wrote: Hi I am struggling to work out the component parts (non-terminals)...

latest post: woopsie wrote: OK. So I found this link and line 1204 and following. Here's the b...

Help with If/then/else

first post: Normski99 wrote: I have the follow grammar/langauge example (a subset of the Informi...

latest post: Normski99 wrote: Thanks I got it working perfectly, I went back to the drawing board...

answered by: rivantsov wrote: that's because STATEMENT definition does not allow an empty line as...