How can a lexer decide a token to be "get", "IdentifierName" or "Identifier" ?
brendan at mozilla.com
Mon Feb 4 13:43:43 PST 2013
Michael Dyck wrote:
> There's no way only if you're talking about an LR(0) parser. But an
> LR(1) parser would have 1 token of lookahead to resolve the conflict:
> -- if the next token is ":", reduce IdentifierName to PropertyName;
> -- if the next token is an IdentifierName, shift that.
> -- if the next token is anything else, syntax error.
Don't forget method definition shorthand syntax, if the next token is
"(". Then the method is named "get", of course.
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