Language - (Abstract) Syntax Tree (AST)

1 - About

An Abstract Syntax Tree (AST) is a syntax tree. It represents the structure of the grammar at a higher level than a parse tree and thus easier to manipulate.

At the opposite of a concrete syntax tree, an abstract syntax tree has only the syntactic structure of the code.

For instance, an AST would not known if a literal was enclosed by a double or single quote.

An Abstract Syntax Tree (AST) is created by a parser.

3 - Implementation


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