|how to extract STRING content? [message #780819]
||Thu, 19 January 2012 09:03
| Mauro Condarelli
Registered: September 2009
the built-in terminal STRING, when used in grammar rules, returns the
literal string complete with escape sequence and bracketing quotes.
This is unsurprising.
I want to extract the supposed "value" of the string literal and I'm a
bit surprised I didn't find a standard way to do it.
If I understand correctly I should define a grammar rule like:
StringValue returns ecore::EString: value=STRING;
and then implement my own value converter.
Is this true?
I would be more than a bit surprised this very basic functionality isn't
included in the standard framework.
Am I missing something?
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