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- n. Plural form of non-terminal.
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Inlining of non-terminals (Difficulty: low, priority: low), there is a suggestion to implement it with rule-inheritance and a proxy keyword, I think there should be simply an option for the = operator to inline the non-terminal
Type-2-grammars use a concept of non-terminals (nodes) and terminals (tokens).
A possible usage scenario is tabling grammar rule non-terminals.
First / First conflict - overlapping of non-terminals
The terminals or non-terminals according to those states are
For example, if you create a grammar using this module there will be a type checking (generics) on non-terminals > and its rules, so you will be sure that there will be no ClassCastException.
These operations describe how given expressions are built - how the set of input chars non-terminals) can be brought out into smaller parts (terminals - like numbers, math operators, or symbols).