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Domain Specific Languages by Martin Fowler

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Index

Bold numbers indicate definitions of terms.

Symbols and Numbers

_ (underscore), in Ruby, 437

; (semicolon), as a separator, 316, 320, 336

: (colon), in Ruby, 78, 439, 443–444

? (question mark

implementing, 258

in lexers, 234

in Recursive Descent Parser, 247

/ (ordered alternative operator), 233

in Recursive Descent Parser, 246

// (comments), 42, 63

. (period), in method calls, 374

.. (range operator), 232

^ operator, in Regex Table Lexer, 240

~ (up-to operator), in ANTLR, 232

'...' (single quotes), 321

"..." (double quotes)

in lexers, 320–322

in XML, 101

removing, 428, 438–444

using for Alternative Tokenization, 101

{:...:} delimiters, 321, 328

{...} delimiters

in C#, 408

in DSLs, 42

in Javascript, 322

in lexers, 322

in Ruby, 401, 408 ...

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