Data parser for non-recursive processing. It's not meant to write programming languages, but it's designed to be easier, faster and better for the rest of it. I call it 'application parser' because it makes life easier for all the common parsing jobs application developers do, such as parsing date/time, command shell interface parsing, XML data, CSV, nested lists, complex choice selections, Web URLs, odd parsing jobs in data communication etc.
released on 15 June 2010
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