Swift Parser Exercises
Parser combinators exercise by Tony Morris/NICTA, ported to Swift from the original Haskell version. Please direct all credit to that original project, and attribute any mistakes to me.
The licence/copyright information for the original exercises is included below.
Clone the repo and open the
ParserExerciseTests.swift file in the ParserExerciseTests project. The aim is to fill in all the
TODO() calls with valid implementations. Each time a
TODO() is completed one or more of the tests should start passing.
The original exercises are designed to be done with an instructor, so if you run into an exercise that doesn't make sense from the context/comments alone then ask a question via Github Issues.
I've attempt to provide some tips on using
flatMap which may help for some of the exercises (or not).
Licence for original exercises
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