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Example fault-tolerant parser using nom

This Rust crate was based on the work of "Syntax error recovery in parsing expression grammars" (Medeiros, S. and Fabio Mascarenhas, 2018), adapted to work with nom, an open source parser combinator library.

From blog article: Error recovery with parser combinators (using nom)

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