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A weird thing in the reference manual
Kelvin
#1 Posted : Thursday, April 8, 2021 6:41:55 AM(UTC)
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I've noticed that the reference manual has a ton of statements along these lines as example code:
Code:

initz := id [= exp][',' initz]
stat := 'local' initz

memberdecl := id '=' exp [';'] |    '[' exp ']' '=' exp [';'] |    functionstat | 'constructor' functionexp
stat:= 'class' derefexp ['extends' derefexp] '{'
    [memberdecl]
'}'

funcname := id ['::' id]
stat:= 'function' id ['::' id]+ '(' args ')'[':' '(' args ')'] stat

I remember being very perplexed by these when I first started learning Squirrel, and I have to ask, why are they here? They look nothing like what the actual language looks like.
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