4.1 Introduction
4.1 Introduction
By the time the parser starts, the scanner has completely
terminated. At this point, it is not possible for any more files to
Tutorial
be included, and special characters are no longer present to
confuse things. All that remains is a list of 
text tokens
, 
special
Developer
tokens
, and 
typesetter directive tokens
. Text tokens consist
entirely of sequences of printable characters and end of line
Reference
markers. Special tokens represent the special sequences that the
scanner found in the input file. Typesetter directive tokens
1 Introduction
represent the freestanding typesetter directives that the scanner
2 Interface
encountered. The parser consumes the token list and builds a
3 Scanner
macro table that is later used to generate product files. It also
4 Parser
constructs a document list that is used to generate the
5 Analyser
documentation file.
6 Tangle
The syntax rules appearing in the following sections refer to the
7 Weave
token list.
8 Shell
9 Commands
10 Glossary
11 References
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