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        grammar::fa::dacceptor - Create and use deterministic acceptors


        package require Tcl  8.4
        package require snit
        package require struct::set
        package require grammar::fa::dacceptor  ?0.1.1?
        ::grammar::fa::dacceptor daName fa ?-any any?
        daName option ?arg arg ...?
        daName destroy
        daName accept? symbols


        This  package provides a class for acceptors constructed from determin‐
        istic finite automatons (DFA). Acceptors are objects which can be given
        a string of symbols and tell if the DFA they are constructed from would
        accept that string.  For the actual creation of the DFAs the  acceptors
        are based on we have the packages grammar::fa and grammar::fa::op.


        The package exports the API described here.
        ::grammar::fa::dacceptor daName fa ?-any any?
               Creates  a  new deterministic acceptor with an associated global
               Tcl command whose name is daName. This command may  be  used  to
               invoke  various operations on the acceptor. It has the following
               general form:
               daName option ?arg arg ...?
                      Option and the args determine the exact behavior  of  the
                      command.  See  section ACCEPTOR METHODS for more explana‐
                      The acceptor will be based on  the  deterministic  finite
                      automaton stored in the object fa. It will keep a copy of
                      the relevant data of the FA in its own storage, in a form
                      easy  to  use  for  its  purposes.  This  also means that
                      changes made to the fa  after  the  construction  of  the
                      acceptor will not influence the acceptor.
                      If any has been specified, then the acceptor will convert
                      all symbols in the input which are unknown to the base FA
                      to that symbol before proceeding with the processing.
        All acceptors provide the following methods for their manipulation:
        daName destroy
               Destroys  the automaton, including its storage space and associ‐
               ated command.
        daName accept? symbols
               Takes the list of symbols and checks if the FA the  acceptor  is
               based on would accept it. The result is a boolean value. True is
               returned if the symbols are accepted, and False otherwise.  Note
               that bogus symbols in the input are either translated to the any
               symbol (if specified), or cause the acceptance  test  to  simply
               fail.  No  errors  will  be thrown. The method will process only
               just that prefix of the input which is enough to fully determine




        acceptance,  acceptor,  automaton,  finite automaton, grammar, parsing,
        regular expression, regular grammar, regular languages,  state,  trans‐


        Copyright (c) 2004 Andreas Kupries <andreas_kupries@users.sourceforge.net>


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