wish helps you This is not too hard to do. You'll want to assign each operator a fixity (infix, prefix, or postfix) and a precedence. Make the precedence a real number; you'll thank me later. Operators of higher precedence bind more tightly than operators of lower precedence; at equal levels of precedence, you can require disambiguation with parentheses, but you'll probably prefer to permit some operators to be associative so you can write
x + y + z
prefix (e) postfix
Invoking nested functions in the Dart programming language
wish helps you I am actually trying to define a grammar in Atom (which goes surprisingly well) and, after 3 days of fiddling with Regex, get the feeling to slowly going nuts. , This regex below uses recursion:
will be helpful for those in need As @Dason proposed:" I never said anything about the fock function. That isn't where the issue is. The issue is in your line a <- sapply(paste(..., sep=" "), fock). In that paste statement there is a sep being passed in through the dots and then another sep being specified. You either need to remove the sep from the dotlist manually or have it be a different argument that is passed in in which case it will never be in the dotlist to begin with"