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"Team Ada: Ada Advocacy Issues (83 & 95)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Christoph & Ursula Grein <[log in to unmask]>
Date:
Mon, 16 Jun 1997 17:49:00 +0100
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Christoph & Ursula Grein <[log in to unmask]>
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> One thing that can be a name is a function_call (another syntax
> category).
>
> The syntax for a function_call is:
>     function_name
>     | function_prefix actual_parameter_part
>
> "-O" does not have this form, so it doesn't fall into the syntax
> category of "name."

Well, as I pointed out in another message, this still isn't quite
enough.  What is the rule for function_name?  I couldn't seem to find
it anywhere (even yanked the RM up into an editor and searched for
it.)  Actually, funtion_prefix doesn't seem to have an explicit rule
either, but the fact that this form requires a parameter list
eliminates it for the "-O" case.

/Jon
------------------------------
Hi Jon

It's really amazing how long this discussion has been taking.

A little advice:

Do not use RM in an ASCII file form, rather use a printed version.
There you will find that function_name and function_prefix really do not exist
at all as syntax categories; only name and prefix exist.
The 'function_' part is typed in italics, which means that the syntax category
given is the one with the italicized part stripped.

:>)

Christoph

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