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Formal language definitions are very much related to (context-free) grammars, as we know them from automata.  
Formal language definitions are very much related to (context-free) grammars, as we know them from automata.  
=== Definitions === <!--T:6-->
=== Definitions === <!--T:6-->
**sorts**
Sorts are a
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=== Lexical vs Context free === <!--T:6-->
== An example program == <!--T:6-->
== An example program == <!--T:6-->

Revision as of 18:18, 8 September 2020

Syntax Definition Formalisms 3 (SDF3) is an academic syntax definition, used for compiling languages. It is part of the Spoofax workbench.

Intro

none yet

Syntax and language basics

Formal language definitions are very much related to (context-free) grammars, as we know them from automata.

Definitions

    • sorts**

Sorts are a

Lexical vs Context free

An example program