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nowhere - a tree parser generator for Standard ML
This manual page documents briefly the nowhere command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. The nowhere program is a simple source to source translation tool that expands out case expressions with conditional patterns. Conditional patterns use the "where" keyword. For example: case l of [x,y,z] where x=1 => 1 | _ => 2 means the same as: case l of [1,y,z] => 1 | _ => 2 Currently, the input file must be of the following form: local <definitions> in <body> end <definitions> should include all datatypes definitions that are used inside the body. It is only for the tool's benefit and does not appear in the output. Only body appears at the output. You can use the special declaration include "filename" to import extra definitions. The tool translates all case expressions with guards into the appropriate code.
This manual page was written by Aaron Read <email@example.com>. for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others) July 21, 2004 nowhere(1)