- n. Plural form of syntax.
“Machine-readable hashtag syntaxes for Haiti rescue efforts.”
“There are two syntaxes for storing documents: text/html or XML syntax (XHTML).”
“Add a couple of JSP/XML/multi-markup syntaxes and you get a delicious token-soup.”
“It seems that music that is predicated on compositional syntaxes that are so arcane, specialized and complex, syntaxes that make perception and communication difficult, will never find the larger audiences that Schoenberg coveted.”
“Tonality and atonality (as syntaxes) may be anathema to one another, but the relationship between consonance and dissonance in tonal music is a defining characteristic of tonality.”
“The important thing here is though that we have looked at existing syntaxes and have learnt from them, so even through there is no direct re-use, there is indeed conceptual re-use and learnings.”
“Designed to serve the needs of end-user and librarian searchers, OvidSP supports a simplified basic search and tags to reach fielded searches, as well as bridges to Ovid Classic and SilverPlatter Classic command line syntaxes.”
“You also have to deal with varying search syntaxes in the various underlying systems.”
“In addition, it's really nice because it pulls examples of working scripts from actual websites like Pets. com and Salon, and then shows you alternative syntaxes and ways of approaching things.”
“Of course, it could be cloned and modded for alternate syntaxes :”
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