|Syntax of SmallTalk email@example.com (Klaas-Jan Stol) (2004-12-23)|
|Re: Syntax of SmallTalk firstname.lastname@example.org (Tim Olson) (2004-12-25)|
|Re: Syntax of SmallTalk Trevor.Jenkins@suneidesis.com (2004-12-25)|
|Re: Syntax of SmallTalk email@example.com (Peter Ilberg) (2004-12-25)|
|Re: Syntax of SmallTalk firstname.lastname@example.org (Nick Roberts) (2004-12-25)|
|Re: Syntax of SmallTalk email@example.com (2004-12-25)|
|Re: Syntax of SmallTalk firstname.lastname@example.org (Lex Spoon) (2005-01-19)|
|From:||Trevor.Jenkins@suneidesis.com (Trevor Jenkins)|
|Date:||25 Dec 2004 20:17:29 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||25 Dec 2004 20:17:29 EST|
On 23 Dec 2004 21:36:17 -0500, Klaas-Jan Stol <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm looking for a *complete* grammar for SmallTalk.
Is that even possible?
Been a long time since I used SmallTalk-80 but I seem to recall that
it was possible to introduce ones own syntactical constructs. Or am I
getting confused with POP-11/poplog-11?
> [Somebody asked 10 years ago and got no answers. so don't hold your
breath. > -John]
Presumably the closest we can get is the material in Goldberg et al's
series of books.
Maybe a look at the Squeak interpreter will reveal some helpful stuff.
<>< Re: deemed!
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