[Haskell-cafe] combinators for a simple grammar

Jonathan Cast jcast at ou.edu
Mon Aug 6 22:49:58 EDT 2007

On Monday 06 August 2007, Rahul Kapoor wrote:
> I am having problems coming up with nice combinators for a simple
> DSEL. The abstract syntax is simply given by the types:


> Or is it a better idea to just remove the precedence rules from the
> types and move it the part of the code that evaluates the expressions?

Exactly thus.  Say:

data SearchCondition
  = Constant Bool
  | SearchCondition :||: SearchCondition
  | SearchCondition :&&: SearchCondition

infixr 3 (:&&:)
infixr 2 (:||:)

And you're set.

Jonathan Cast
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