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       acorn - parse JavaScript file


       acorn [--ecma3 | --ecma5 | --ecma6 | --ecma7 | ... | --ecma2015 | --ecma2016] [--tokenize]
             [--locations] [--allow-hash-bang] [--compact] [--silent] [--module] [--help] [--]


       acorn  is  a  utility  to  parse  a  JavaScript file from the command line.  It accepts as
       arguments the input file.  The utility spits out the syntax tree as JSON data.


       --ecma3, --ecma5, --ecma6, --ecma7, ..., --ecma2015, --ecma2016
              Sets the ECMAScript version to parse.  Default is version 7.

              Tokenizer mode of the parser.

              Attaches a "loc" object to each node with "start" and  "end"  subobjects,  each  of
              which  contains  the one-based line and zero-based column numbers in {line, column}

              If enabled, skip the leading hashbang line.

              No whitespace is used in the AST output.

              Do not output the AST, just return the exit status.

              Indicates the code shouldn't  be  parsed  as  a  script  but  as  a  module.   This
              influences global strict mode and 'import' and 'export' declarations.

       --help Print the usage information and quit.

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