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Thursday, June 23 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Grammatical (dis)agreement: Mixing grammars in Raku

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Elevator Pitch:
In this talk, I will discuss ways a programmer can use an established grammar (e.g. JSON::Tiny) inside of another grammar that they are writing. Why rewrite the rules when you can steal them from someone else?

This talk will present a problem case (wanting to use an extant grammar inside of another) and discuss several different solutions for it. The process isn’t entirely straightforward, and each method had advantages and drawbacks which will be mentioned and demonstrated. Finally, ideas for writing grammars/actions that play nicely with others will be discussed.

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Matthew Stuckwisch

Senior Lecturer, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Matthew ‘Matéu’ Stephen Stuckwisch is an associate lecturer of Spanish at the University of Tennesssee at Chattanooga. Trained as a medievalist, his research interests include the Asturian language and digital humanities.

Thursday June 23, 2022 2:00pm - 2:50pm CDT
Raku Track 12426 Greenspoint Dr, Houston, TX 77060