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How to Parse

Author: Edwin Abbott Abbott

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Category: English language

Page: 408

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Parsing Techniques

Author: Dick Grune

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

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Category: Computers

Page: 662

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This second edition of Grune and Jacobs’ brilliant work presents new developments and discoveries that have been made in the field. Parsing, also referred to as syntax analysis, has been and continues to be an essential part of computer science and linguistics. Parsing techniques have grown considerably in importance, both in computer science, ie. advanced compilers often use general CF parsers, and computational linguistics where such parsers are the only option. They are used in a variety of software products including Web browsers, interpreters in computer devices, and data compression programs; and they are used extensively in linguistics.
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C# 4.0 How-To

Author: Ben Watson

Publisher: Pearson Education

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Category: Computers

Page: 672

View: 136

Real Solutions for C# 4.0 Programmers Need fast, robust, efficient code solutions for Microsoft C# 4.0? This book delivers exactly what you’re looking for. You’ll find more than 200 solutions, best-practice techniques, and tested code samples for everything from classes to exceptions, networking to XML, LINQ to Silverlight. Completely up-to-date, this book fully reflects major language enhancements introduced with the new C# 4.0 and .NET 4.0. When time is of the essence, turn here first: Get answers you can trust and code you can use, right now! Beginning with the language essentials and moving on to solving common problems using the .NET Framework, C# 4.0 How-To addresses a wide range of general programming problems and algorithms. Along the way is clear, concise coverage of a broad spectrum of C# techniques that will help developers of all levels become more proficient with C# and the most popular .NET tools. Fast, Reliable, and Easy to Use! Write more elegant, efficient, and reusable code Take advantage of real-world tips and best-practices advice Create more effective classes, interfaces, and types Master powerful data handling techniques using collections, serialization, databases, and XML Implement more effective user interfaces with both WPF and WinForms Construct Web-based and media-rich applications with ASP.NET and Silverlight Make the most of delegates, events, and anonymous methods Leverage advanced C# features ranging from reflection to asynchronous programming Harness the power of regular expressions Interact effectively with Windows and underlying hardware Master the best reusable patterns for designing complex programs
English language

How to Write Clearly

Author: Edwin Abbott Abbott

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Category: English language

Page: 78

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The Functional Treatment of Parsing

Author: René Leermakers

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

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Category: Computers

Page: 158

View: 368

Parsing technology traditionally consists of two branches, which correspond to the two main application areas of context-free grammars and their generalizations. Efficient deterministic parsing algorithms have been developed for parsing programming languages, and quite different algorithms are employed for analyzing natural language. The Functional Treatment of Parsing provides a functional framework within which the different traditional techniques are restated and unified. The resulting theory provides new recursive implementations of parsers for context-free grammars. The new implementations, called recursive ascent parsers, avoid explicit manipulation of parse stacks and parse matrices, and are in many ways superior to conventional implementations. They are applicable to grammars for programming languages as well as natural languages. The book has been written primarily for students and practitioners of parsing technology. With its emphasis on modern functional methods, however, the book will also be of benefit to scientists interested in functional programming. The Functional Treatment of Parsing is an excellent reference and can be used as a text for a course on the subject.
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Haskell in Depth

Author: Vitaly Bragilevsky

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Computers

Page: 664

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Haskell in Depth unlocks a new level of skill with this challenging language. Going beyond the basics of syntax and structure, this book opens up critical topics like advanced types, concurrency, and data processing. Summary Turn the corner from “Haskell student” to “Haskell developer.” Haskell in Depth explores the important language features and programming skills you’ll need to build production-quality software using Haskell. And along the way, you’ll pick up some interesting insights into why Haskell looks and works the way it does. Get ready to go deep! Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the technology Software for high-precision tasks like financial transactions, defense systems, and scientific research must be absolutely, provably correct. As a purely functional programming language, Haskell enforces a mathematically rigorous approach that can lead to concise, efficient, and bug-free code. To write such code you’ll need deep understanding. You can get it from this book! About the book Haskell in Depth unlocks a new level of skill with this challenging language. Going beyond the basics of syntax and structure, this book opens up critical topics like advanced types, concurrency, and data processing. You’ll discover key parts of the Haskell ecosystem and master core design patterns that will transform how you write software. What's inside Building applications, web services, and networking apps Using sophisticated libraries like lens, singletons, and servant Organizing projects with Cabal and Stack Error-handling and testing Pure parallelism for multicore processors About the reader For developers familiar with Haskell basics. About the author Vitaly Bragilevsky has been teaching Haskell and functional programming since 2008. He is a member of the GHC Steering Committee. Table of Contents PART 1 CORE HASKELL 1 Functions and types 2 Type classes 3 Developing an application: Stock quotes PART 2 INTRODUCTION TO APPLICATION DESIGN 4 Haskell development with modules, packages, and projects 5 Monads as practical functionality providers 6 Structuring programs with monad transformers PART 3 QUALITY ASSURANCE 7 Error handling and logging 8 Writing tests 9 Haskell data and code at run time 10 Benchmarking and profiling PART 4 ADVANCED HASKELL 11 Type system advances 12 Metaprogramming in Haskell 13 More about types PART 5 HASKELL TOOLKIT 14 Data-processing pipelines 15 Working with relational databases 16 Concurrency
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Creative Projects for Rust Programmers

Author: Carlo Milanesi

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

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Category: Computers

Page: 404

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A practical guide to understanding the latest features of the Rust programming language, useful libraries, and frameworks that will help you design and develop interesting projects Key FeaturesWork through projects that will help you build high-performance applications with RustDelve into concepts such as error handling, memory management, concurrency, generics, and macros with RustImprove business productivity by choosing the right libraries and frameworks for your applicationsBook Description Rust is a community-built language that solves pain points present in many other languages, thus improving performance and safety. In this book, you will explore the latest features of Rust by building robust applications across different domains and platforms. The book gets you up and running with high-quality open source libraries and frameworks available in the Rust ecosystem that can help you to develop efficient applications with Rust. You'll learn how to build projects in domains such as data access, RESTful web services, web applications, 2D games for web and desktop, interpreters and compilers, emulators, and Linux Kernel modules. For each of these application types, you'll use frameworks such as Actix, Tera, Yew, Quicksilver, ggez, and nom. This book will not only help you to build on your knowledge of Rust but also help you to choose an appropriate framework for building your project. By the end of this Rust book, you will have learned how to build fast and safe applications with Rust and have the real-world experience you need to advance in your career. What you will learnAccess TOML, JSON, and XML files and SQLite, PostgreSQL, and Redis databasesDevelop a RESTful web service using JSON payloadsCreate a web application using HTML templates and JavaScript and a frontend web application or web game using WebAssemblyBuild desktop 2D gamesDevelop an interpreter and a compiler for a programming languageCreate a machine language emulatorExtend the Linux Kernel with loadable modulesWho this book is for This Rust programming book is for developers who want to get hands-on experience with implementing their knowledge of Rust programming, and are looking for expert advice on which libraries and frameworks they can adopt to develop software that typically uses the Rust language.
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All About Maude - A High-Performance Logical Framework

Author: Manuel Clavel

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Computers

Page: 802

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Maude is a language and system based on rewriting logic. In this comprehensive account, you’ll discover how Maude and its formal tool environment can be used in three mutually reinforcing ways: as a declarative programming language, as an executable formal specification language, and as a formal verification system. Examples used throughout the book illustrate key concepts, features, and the many practical uses of Maude.