Peter Dalgaard BSA
17 Aug 1998 23:32:50 +0200
Ross Ihaka <email@example.com> writes:
> I would like to make a couple of small changes to the R grammar.
> At present, operators like ~, ==, !=, <, <=, >, >= are declared
> to be non-associative. This means that things like
> a < b <= c
> produce a "syntax error" message when typed.
> I would like to change the grammar so that these operators are
> left-associative. I want to make this change so that mathematical
> annotation in the graphics will work a little better.
> Interestingly, these operators are left-associative in S, so this
> would be a move toward compatibility.
> Does anyone have any strong thoughts on this?
Sounds harmless enough to me.
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