Editing Grammars

If you need to write and edit a grammar for code imported in a new programming language, you can do so using the in-built Grammar Editor.

Access     Analyzer | Grammar Editor

Create and Edit Grammar

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Action

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Open Grammar

 

Display a browser through which you can locate and open the file containing the grammar you want to edit.

 

Save

 

Save the current file.

 

Validate Grammar

The grammar validation will run a series of tests on the current grammar to ensure its validity.  Errors and warnings will be displayed informing you of both errors that will make the grammar unusable, and conditions where you may get unexpected results.

 

 

Help

 

Display this Help topic.

 

Context Menu Options

Field/Button

Action

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Open File

Display a browser through which you can locate and open the file containing the grammar you want to edit.

 

 

Validate

The grammar validation will run a series of tests on the current grammar to ensure its validity.  Errors and warnings will be displayed informing you of both errors that will make the grammar unusable, and conditions where you may get unexpected results.

 

 

Language

The Grammar Editor defaults to normal Backus–Naur Form (nBNF). The mBNF option is also available.

 

 

Line Numbers

Turn line numbers on or off in the grammar editor.

 

 

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