[antlr-interest] caseSensitive = false in C taget ??
indhu.b at s7software.com
Tue Oct 13 03:57:31 PDT 2009
AFAIK, there is no shortcut.
You will have to write something like
HELLO : ( ('H'|'h') ('E'|'e') ('L'|'l') ('L'|'l') ('O'|'o') )
You can make it more readable using fragments.
HELLO : H E L L O
fragment H: ('H'|'h')
fragment E: ('E'|'e')
fragment L: ('L'|'l')
fragment O: ('O'|'o')
If you don't care about case in the complete text, you can consider creating
your own Stream subclassing StringStream or write a wrapper on top of it and
emit all characters in lower case. Then you parser needs to handle only
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this option doesn't work. But i want to use it... what can i do?
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