[New-bugs-announce] [issue19315] devguide: compiler - poor wording
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Sun Oct 20 14:12:53 CEST 2013
New submission from Martin Matusiak:
- To tie all of this example, consider the rule for ‘while’:
Probably meant to be: To tie all of this together with an example, ...
- The node representing this will have TYPE(node) == while_stmt and the number of children can be 4 or 7 depending on if there is an ‘else’ statement.
s/if/whether/g is slightly better English imo
- To access what should be the first ‘:’ and require it be an actual ‘:’ token, (REQ(CHILD(node, 2), COLON)`.
Understandable with some effort on the reader's part, but it's not very well worded.
Notice also the closing backtick: markup typo.
nosy: ezio.melotti, numerodix
title: devguide: compiler - poor wording
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