Ergo.Combinators.many

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Link to this function

many(parser, opts \\ [])

Examples

This test will need to be rewritten in terms of Ergo.diganose
# iex> Logger.disable(self())
# iex> alias Ergo.Context
# iex> import Ergo.{Combinators, Terminals}
# iex> parser = many(wc(), label: "Chars")
# iex> context = Ergo.parse(parser, "Hello World")
# iex> assert %Context{status: :ok, ast: [?H, ?e, ?l, ?l, ?o], input: " World", index: 5, col: 6, char: ?o} = context

iex> alias Ergo.Context
iex> import Ergo.{Combinators, Terminals}
iex> parser = many(wc(), min: 6)
iex> context = Ergo.parse(parser, "Hello World")
iex> assert %Context{status: {:error, [{:many_less_than_min, "5 < 6"}]}, ast: nil, input: " World", index: 5, col: 6} = context

iex> alias Ergo.{Context, Parser}
iex> import Ergo.{Combinators, Terminals}
iex> parser = many(wc(), max: 3)
iex> context = Ergo.parse(parser, "Hello World")
iex> assert %Context{status: :ok, ast: [?H, ?e, ?l], input: "lo World", index: 3, col: 4} = context

iex> alias Ergo.{Context, Parser}
iex> import Ergo.{Combinators, Terminals}
iex> parser = many(wc(), ast: &Enum.count/1)
iex> context = Ergo.parse(parser, "Hello World")
iex> assert %Context{status: :ok, ast: 5, input: " World", index: 5, col: 6} = context