Am I misinterpreting the purpose of fbreak?
dwa... at gmail.com
Sat Jan 5 15:52:58 PST 2008
I don't know if advancing p is the correct option all the time though,
because (in the example, and unfortunately in the actual machine I'm
trying to create) I trigger multiple breaking actions on a single
transition. For example, the two character JSON document ""
currently should have the following actions triggered by my machine:
StartDocument - fbreak; (returns Event.Document)
ParseArray - fcall array;
StartArray - fbreak; (returns Event.Array)
EndArray - fbreak; (returns Event.EndArray)
Return - fret;
EndDocument (eof) - fbreak; (returns Event.EndDocument)
If I remove the StartDocument fbreak, would incrementing p on break
On Jan 5, 3:56 pm, Adrian Thurston <thurs... at cs.queensu.ca> wrote:
> The problem is that fbreak does not advance p when it breaks out of the
> loop. This is a choice I made a long time ago and I think I was taking
> the "do as little as possible on behalf of the user" approach. But not
> advancing p while advancing cs is clearly wrong and confusing. This is
> something that will change in 6.0 (it's in the TODO already).
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