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- Date: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 10:08:57 -0500
I've been working on an XML processor that I
wish to base directly upon the BNF in the XML spec.
I've reached an obstacle in that the operator precedence
is not outlined in this spec, and after searching the
Internet for more information, I was only able to find
a posting to this group with the same question. For
example, should "A B | C" in the BNF be parsed as
"(A B) | C" or "A (B | C)" ?
Any information would be appreciated.
- Marty Lamb
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