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Tag 7.2.3
Committed At 2021-03-30 20:57:08 UTC

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    elm-syntax

    Elm Syntax in Elm: for parsing and writing Elm in Elm.

    How does this work?

    When Elm code is parsed, it's converted into an Abstract Syntax Tree (AST). The AST lets us represent the code in a way that's much easier to work with when programming.

    Here's an example of that: Code: 3 + 4 * 2 AST:

    OperatorApplication
        (Integer 3)
        "+"
        (OperatorApplication
            (Integer 4)
            "*"
            (Integer 2)
        )
    

    Notice how it forms a tree structure where we first multiply together 4 and 2, and then add the result with 3. That's where the "tree" part of AST comes from.

    Getting Started

    import Elm.Parser
    import Html
    
    src = """module Foo exposing(foo)
    
    foo = 1
    """
    
    parse : String -> String
    parse input =
      case Elm.Parser.parse input of
        Err e ->
          "Failed: " ++ Debug.toString e
        Ok v ->
          "Success: " ++ Debug.toString v
    
    
    main =
      Html.text (parse src)
    

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