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parser \pars"er\, n. One who parses.


n. 1 One who parses. 2 (context computing English) A computer program that parses.


n. a computer program that divides code up into functional components; "compilers must parse source code in order to translate it into object code"

Parser (CGI language)

Parser is a free server-side CGI web scripting language developed by Art. Lebedev Studio and released under the GPL.

Originally, Parser was merely a simple macro processing language. The latest 3rd revision (March 2006) introduced object-oriented programming features.

The compiler for the language was developed in C++ by studio employees Konstantin Morshnev and Alexander Petrosyan to automate often repeated tasks, especially maintenance of already existing websites. It was used in many web projects of the studio. Since revision 3 it was released as free software and it is now used in other websites, mostly in Russia (according to a partial list at the language's website).

The language supports technologies needed for common web design tasks: XML, Document Object Model (DOM), Perl Compatible Regular Expressions (PCRE) and others.

Parser (magazine)

Parser: New Poetry & Poetics is an annual journal of anarchist poetry and poetics from Vancouver, BC, edited by Roger Farr and Reg Johanson. The first issue was published in May 2007, featuring writing by Alice Becker-Ho, Alfredo M. Bonanno, P. Inman, Dorothy Trujillo Lusk, Aaron Vidaver, and Rita Wong.

Usage examples of "parser".

But I thought that with our graphics package it would be easy to add a sophisticated parser and create the state of the market for interactive fiction.

If the bunch of programmers who were ingenious enough to put together an elaborate decision-making package, an absurdly large parser, and an incredible number of graphics images, had still not been able to figure out all the eventualities in their little toy, then it had the capacity to run amok and do things they had never thought about.

What happened was that I found that I had to make a fairly sophisticated natural language parser in order for it to work.

The Enochian metagrammar parsers do their thing and the damned souls or enchained demons or whatever on switchboard hiss louder then connect the circuit.

I began to cast around for a good subject for our first big project, a CD-ROM adventure game that would combine state-of-the-art graphics with a natural language parser which would enable the player to engage the characters in conversation.

Invoking a complex of network parsers and class filters, she turns the memories into reified images and blats them at the webcam's tiny brain so he can see them.

Invoking a complex of network parsers and class filters, she turns the memories into reified images and blats them at the webcam's tiny brain so that he can see them.