Parsing refers to the action by software of breaking an artifact into its constituent elements and capturing the relationship between those elements.

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XML parsing program in C++

This is my code which works and compiles but I feel make be non-optimal. It reads two xml files and finds what has been added or deleted on the new file. For new items it uses a map to link a tag ...
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Parsing a single CSV line into a list of strings

I've written this method to replace an older method that was much simpler, but used the regex split method and couldn't tell if a comma was in quotes/brackets/etc. and didn't read double quotes as ...
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Parsing sentences to create a chat bot

I am developing a chat bot with Node.Js. I am trying to find efficient way to parsing sentence. ...
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Simple, functional URL parsing library in Clojure

I recently wrote some code to handle parsing of URLs, even if those URLs might not be one hundred percent perfectly well-formed. (This constraint made using Java's ...
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Find change in XML and print node

This code has been developed with help on Stack Overflow. It is designed to compare two XML files and print the node for any differences (i.e if a entry appears in A.xml and not B.xml and vice versa). ...
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Page Spider in PHP

I have a working spider, however, it runs fairly slowly thanks to Australia's horrible internet. Can anyone give me some tips on speeding this up? ...
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Using parser_combinators to parse a string

I am playing with Rust, and am trying to write a simple parser. I need to parse the string: "0123,456789" into a stucture: ...
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Parsing a big text file, extract data & store it in a CSV file

I have a big log file (say 1-3 Gb) which I need to parse, extract data & save it in a CSV file. Text File Data ...
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Parsing equations from stdin

The program should read equations from stdin, parse them and generate a matrix of the coefficient which represents the system. Example: ...
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Extracting a number from provided URLs inside a text file

I need to extract a ID (int number) from a Url. Example: http://www.example.com/foo/bar/12345 For this I wrote 4 methods where the first one ...
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Code Inspection: Procedure not used

Here is yet another piece of Rubberduck code, this time the nasty ProcedureNotUsedInspection class, whose role is to identify all procedures that are never called ...
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Two error-reporting conventions for a command-parser

I need to implement some function and I would like to report about a fail made inside a function. If function doesn't fail I need to get a some result (for example, ...
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Program for compacting other given code

I've just finished a small function that will reduce the size of code as much as possible without breaking anything. Obviously it makes everything a bit unreadable so it's not really for cleaning the ...
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Extracting a Decimal from a string

I have the following method which extracts a decimal value from a string. ...
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Java 8 file read method

I have a method which extracts filedata and converts it into a String array: ...
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Who's using what where - turning code into symbols

The Rubberduck project is coming along pretty nicely, and for the next version the parsing strategy is getting yet another revision, and this time around it really feels like it's done right. Or is ...
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Checking referential integrity of a database schema

I am using PHP PDOs to parse the results I am receiving from MySQL queries against a database. I am now running into an issue with running out of allocated memory. Are there any suggestions on ...
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Python function to strip inline repr'd unicode strings

I have to write a python function that takes a string that contains raw unicode strings (e.g. "u'hello' there") and transform it into a string that strips the ...
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C++ program that recognizes a context-free language

This program (C++) was for a class project. A program that recognizes a given context-free language by implementing a pushdown-automaton (PDA). The PDA recognizes the following language: S → $T$ ...
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Parse a list of people to determine who likes someone

I have a data file that looks like this: ...
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Parsing logs in sed efficiently

I have an application which log file has most lines start with a time/date, followed by a debugging level and the actual log message. Often I want to watch the output live and colors make it a lot ...
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Awesome INI Loader

I wrote a simple to use C++ INI file parser. The only thing it requires is the STD libs (of course that come with most major C++ compilers) So far it works very well, and the only thing that needs ...
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Argparse implementation

This is a follow up to Log probe requests of WiFi devices focussing on a specific element of the code. How can I indent this code to make it look great and be well formatted? ...
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Extracting information from a URI

I'm completely new to C and my first project is to create a simple cURL-like HTTP request client... but first, I need to create a function that can parse a URL. I've created this function, and it ...
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Performance of parsing math functions

I wrote the following code as part of a larger application. This code takes a string that defines a mathematical function on such as r,y x[0], x[1] etc. or any ...
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Expression design

I'm designing a Tokenizer / Parser / AST. I'm wondering if this basic idea of an expression is good and if this way of implementing Simplification is good, or should I use something like the Visitor ...
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Parsing a logic formula

I recently made a little program which task is to parse a logic formula (given in conjunctive normal form) I do the parsing with reloaded operator>> but I am ...
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Parsing specifically nested XML Tags

I've written a function that works however I'm sure there is a better way. I need to parse specific tags from an xml document (Microsoft Word docx document.xml). Here is the general structure of the ...
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Crawling and parsing meteorological data from the web into R

I am interested in collecting directly into R data published by the Mexican Met-office. The data pieces are spread through several URLs, but one can start here. There I can get the names and ...
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Generation and parsing of English numerals (cardinal and ordinal)

I need to use the English numerals (American) in Haskell, so I looked for a library that did it. I have not found one, therefore I developed the program that I am presenting here. There are actually ...
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HTML/XHTML/XML tokenization

I want to write a library to parse any valid or invalid HTML-like things. First of all, I am trying to build a lexer. Here is what I did; ...
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PDF-to-JSON converter

I've created some methods to help me convert PDF to text and then text to a JSON object. I've never done this before and I'm using this exercise as a way to improve my knowledge of Ruby. The ...
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String PathParser

I'm trying to decide if I should put time into refactoring this tiny class. PathParser only uses string locally and every other method is used by an outside class. ...
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Implementing `repsep` Parser

I wrote the following repsep parser. It consists of (where ~ means followed by) and + ...
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Serialization: Step 2 YAML Parser

After this question, the next part. Coding to the same interface as the previous question: Note: Since not every system has libyaml installed, the config script tries to detect its existance and ...
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Reading HTTP response from UART

I'm using a Telit GE864-GPS modem, which runs a dialect of Python 1.5.2. The Python module has access to the modem using a buffered UART, which may still be receiving when reading starts. The ...
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Partial implementation of parsing a config-file and command line options

I need to be able to accept some options from either the command-line or a config-file. This code is a snippet of the class that I am working on, I cannot post the entire class here. This code works, ...
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Parsing a Dialogue Script - fixing my 620 line mess

Given a Dialogue Script for SDT (NSFW! Google at own risk), parse said dialogue script for validation with checkers. A dialogue script consists of a set of lines. There's a special line, ...
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Parsing a string of the form “key1=value1;key2=value2;” into a Hash

I need to parse the following input string into a hash table with the following format: Input: '1001=23;1001B=5;1002=0;1003=5;' Output: ...
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Parsing /proc/net/sockstat

I have this very simple code which is used to parse values: ...
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Identifying which paragraph, if any, is a superset of all words in a document

Description need to find out the paragraph number which is containing all the words in the file. input file java.txt What is a JVM? What is the most ...
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Method for parsing floats and adding totals

My intention is to create a nice DRY method (add) which will take care of parsing floats and adding totals internally and will be called by other methods. I feel ...
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Optimising single-delimiter string tokenisation

I am trying to optimise my tokenizing of tab delimited strings: ...
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Code Generator Generator

I've created a code generator generator, which is hosted here. I need its parser portion reviewed for OOP, OOD, and C++ best practices. gengenparser.h ...
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Rubberduck VBA Parser, Episode VI: Return of the Abstraction

VBA comment syntax is fun... and VBA line continuation makes it even more fun. Picture a VBA module like this: ...
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Simplifying the code with same list comprehensions

I have such method where: primary_images is dict, additional is ...
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Parsing a long without using inbuilt function parseLong

I came across it as a problem to solve. What kind of limitations are there? ...
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Constructing a class from a line in a parameter file

I've got a problem where I need to parse a line in a parameter file of the form PotentialName [... variable number of parameters] I've got code which works ...
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Extending Exceptions with module-specific prefix, intended for parsing error reporting

For one of my [WIP] project, I extended the dictionary class a lot with specific handlers, as such I determined that I wanted KeyError and ...