Archive for October, 2017

C++17: Initialization in Selection Statements

Written by on October 21, 2017 in C++, Programming with 0 Comments
C++17: Initialization in Selection Statements

C++17 enhances if and switch statements with the ability to define¬† variables whose life-time is limited to the corresponding scope. This is in keeping with the general guideline that variables should have a tight scope, i.e.,¬† should be defined as close to the point of use as possible and should not live beyond where they […]

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Using Function Calls in the Grammar

Written by on October 14, 2017 in LISP, Natural Language Processing, Programming with 0 Comments
Using Function Calls in the Grammar

One of the advanced features of iLangGen is the ability to embed arbitrary function calls on the RHS of grammar rules. Such functions impart interesting dynamic behaviour to the generated data. For convenience and flexibility, iLangGen supports two types of function calls – Direct and Indirect. In the case of the Direct function call, the […]

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