At 01:53 PM 8/27/04 -0700, you wrote:
>Re: baupla fuzykamni
>"mi .e do joi da" ==
>(mi .e do) joi da
>mi .e (do joi da) ?
>I don't know the answer. John doesn't know the answer. This is scary.
>What about for "mi .e do .a da" ?
Left grouping, always, by default, for both cases. I thought that was
inherent to LALR1 grammars where there is no rule to the contrary. That .e
and joi are different selma'o shouldn't change that default, since the same
grammar rule (joik_ek_421) is used for both.
Bob LeChevalier, Founder, The Logical Language Group
(Opinions are my own; I do not speak for the organization.)
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