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From: skaller <skaller@u...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Function forward declaration?
On Thu, 2004-04-08 at 02:41, Richard Jones wrote:

>   if query =~ /^\s*$/ then (

> (and indeed regular
> expression support).

Regexp support is a different story.

You might look at 'ulex' which provides
in-language  support (including UTF-8
support) strong enough to translate a large
and complex lexer (namely, the Felix lexer).

Since it uses regular definitions and multi branched
matching, it is much more scalable than the weak Perl
technology -- which only handles regexps, cant
do parallel matches, can't handle I18n properly,
and of course is totally unreadable as well as being slow.

John Skaller,
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