|Data type rules for string literals [message #1824293]
||Mon, 13 April 2020 13:51
| Oshando Johnson
Registered: April 2020
I'm creating a language that should accept a Java method signature in the following format: <classname>: <return type> <method name>(<parameter list>)|
The language uses the signature to create a Method like this:
Method m2 = new Method("Test: void publish(int)").in().param(0);
I want to be able to validate that the method signature is in the right format. For example, that a colon exist, there's a space before and after the method return type, etc. I came up with the following Data Type rule:
'"'ID ('.'ID)*(':') ' ' ID ' ' ID '(' (ID)*')''"'
However, the rule doesn't seem to work and returns the following error "extraneous input '"Test: void publish(int)"' expecting ')'". When I remove the double quotes, the validation is done using the data type rule. However, I need it to work with the double quotes because the language should model Java. I've been searching for how to create data type rules for literals but I haven't found anything helpful.
It would be really helpful if someone could help me to find a solution for this issue.
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