[ragel-users] Typo in the figure above section 2.5.7

Dan Kortschak dan at kortschak.io
Fri Feb 22 04:39:37 UTC 2019

'\n' (LF) is 10 in ASCII. Ragel doesn't retain the syntactic
representation of the value that match is again (though it can render
the character value as well as the numeric value).


On Fri, 2019-02-22 at 01:44 -0600, Peng Yu wrote:
> In the figure above section 2.5.7 (ragel-guide-6.10.pdf), I see "10"
> on the arrow going from the state of "0" to the state of "0".
> I think "10" should be "\n" as "10" appear nowhere in the rule `main
> := /[a-z]*\n/*;`.
> Is it a typo?

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