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pyparsing.py
# module pyparsing.py
#
# Copyright (c) 2003-2008  Paul T. McGuire
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#from __future__ import generators

__doc__ = \
"""
pyparsing module - Classes and methods to define and execute parsing grammars

The pyparsing module is an alternative approach to creating and executing simple grammars,
vs. the traditional lex/yacc approach, or the use of regular expressions.  With pyparsing, you
don't need to learn a new syntax for defining grammars or matching expressions - the parsing module
provides a library of classes that you use to construct the grammar directly in Python.

Here is a program to parse "Hello, World!" (or any greeting of the form "<salutation>, <addressee>!")::

    from pyparsing import Word, alphas

    # define grammar of a greeting
    greet = Word( alphas ) + "," + Word( alphas ) + "!"

    hello = "Hello, World!"
    print hello, "->", greet.parseString( hello )

The program outputs the following::

    Hello, World! -> ['Hello', ',', 'World', '!']

The Python representation of the grammar is quite readable, owing to the self-explanatory
class names, and the use of '+', '|' and '^' operators.

The parsed results returned from parseString() can be accessed as a nested list, a dictionary, or an
object with named attributes.

The pyparsing module handles some of the problems that are typically vexing when writing text parsers:
 - extra or missing whitespace (the above program will also handle "Hello,World!", "Hello  ,  World  !", etc.)
 - quoted strings
 - embedded comments
"""

__version__ = "1.5.1"
__versionTime__ = "2 October 2008 00:44"
__author__ = "Paul McGuire <ptmcg@users.sourceforge.net>"

import string
from weakref import ref as wkref
import copy
import sys
import warnings
import re
import sre_constants
#~ sys.stderr.write( "testing pyparsing module, version %s, %s\n" % (__version__,__versionTime__ ) )

__all__ = [
'And', 'CaselessKeyword', 'CaselessLiteral', 'CharsNotIn', 'Combine', 'Dict', 'Each', 'Empty',
'FollowedBy', 'Forward', 'GoToColumn', 'Group', 'Keyword', 'LineEnd', 'LineStart', 'Literal',
'MatchFirst', 'NoMatch', 'NotAny', 'OneOrMore', 'OnlyOnce', 'Optional', 'Or',
'ParseBaseException', 'ParseElementEnhance', 'ParseException', 'ParseExpression', 'ParseFatalException',
'ParseResults', 'ParseSyntaxException', 'ParserElement', 'QuotedString', 'RecursiveGrammarException',
'Regex', 'SkipTo', 'StringEnd', 'StringStart', 'Suppress', 'Token', 'TokenConverter', 'Upcase',
'White', 'Word', 'WordEnd', 'WordStart', 'ZeroOrMore',
'alphanums', 'alphas', 'alphas8bit', 'anyCloseTag', 'anyOpenTag', 'cStyleComment', 'col',
'commaSeparatedList', 'commonHTMLEntity', 'countedArray', 'cppStyleComment', 'dblQuotedString',
'dblSlashComment', 'delimitedList', 'dictOf', 'downcaseTokens', 'empty', 'getTokensEndLoc', 'hexnums',
'htmlComment', 'javaStyleComment', 'keepOriginalText', 'line', 'lineEnd', 'lineStart', 'lineno',
'makeHTMLTags', 'makeXMLTags', 'matchOnlyAtCol', 'matchPreviousExpr', 'matchPreviousLiteral',
'nestedExpr', 'nullDebugAction', 'nums', 'oneOf', 'opAssoc', 'operatorPrecedence', 'printables',
'punc8bit', 'pythonStyleComment', 'quotedString', 'removeQuotes', 'replaceHTMLEntity',
'replaceWith', 'restOfLine', 'sglQuotedString', 'srange', 'stringEnd',
'stringStart', 'traceParseAction', 'unicodeString', 'upcaseTokens', 'withAttribute',
'indentedBlock', 'originalTextFor',
]


"""
Detect if we are running version 3.X and make appropriate changes
Robert A. Clark
"""
if sys.version_info[0] > 2:
    _PY3K = True
    _MAX_INT = sys.maxsize
    basestring = str
else:
    _PY3K = False
    _MAX_INT = sys.maxint

if not _PY3K:
    def _ustr(obj):
        """Drop-in replacement for str(obj) that tries to be Unicode friendly. It first tries
           str(obj). If that fails with a UnicodeEncodeError, then it tries unicode(obj). It
           then < returns the unicode object | encodes it with the default encoding | ... >.
        """
        try:
            # If this works, then _ustr(obj) has the same behaviour as str(obj), so
            # it won't break any existing code.
            return str(obj)

        except UnicodeEncodeError:
            # The Python docs (http://docs.python.org/ref/customization.html#l2h-182)
            # state that "The return value must be a string object". However, does a
            # unicode object (being a subclass of basestring) count as a "string
            # object"?
            # If so, then return a unicode object:
            return unicode(obj)
            # Else encode it... but how? There are many choices... :)
            # Replace unprintables with escape codes?
            #return unicode(obj).encode(sys.getdefaultencoding(), 'backslashreplace_errors')
            # Replace unprintables with question marks?
            #return unicode(obj).encode(sys.getdefaultencoding(), 'replace')
            # ...
else:
    _ustr = str
    unichr = chr

def _str2dict(strg):
    return dict( [(c,0) for c in strg] )
    #~ return set( [c for c in strg] )

def _xml_escape(data):
    """Escape &, <, >, ", ', etc. in a string of data."""

    # ampersand must be replaced first
    from_symbols = '&><"\''
    to_symbols = ['&'+s+';' for s in "amp gt lt quot apos".split()]
    for from_,to_ in zip(from_symbols, to_symbols):
        data = data.replace(from_, to_)
    return data

00149 class _Constants(object):
    pass

if not _PY3K:
    alphas     = string.lowercase + string.uppercase
else:
    alphas     = string.ascii_lowercase + string.ascii_uppercase
nums       = string.digits
hexnums    = nums + "ABCDEFabcdef"
alphanums  = alphas + nums
_bslash = chr(92)
printables = "".join( [ c for c in string.printable if c not in string.whitespace ] )

00162 class ParseBaseException(Exception):
    """base exception class for all parsing runtime exceptions"""
    __slots__ = ( "loc","msg","pstr","parserElement" )
    # Performance tuning: we construct a *lot* of these, so keep this
    # constructor as small and fast as possible
    def __init__( self, pstr, loc=0, msg=None, elem=None ):
        self.loc = loc
        if msg is None:
            self.msg = pstr
            self.pstr = ""
        else:
            self.msg = msg
            self.pstr = pstr
        self.parserElement = elem

00177     def __getattr__( self, aname ):
        """supported attributes by name are:
            - lineno - returns the line number of the exception text
            - col - returns the column number of the exception text
            - line - returns the line containing the exception text
        """
        if( aname == "lineno" ):
            return lineno( self.loc, self.pstr )
        elif( aname in ("col", "column") ):
            return col( self.loc, self.pstr )
        elif( aname == "line" ):
            return line( self.loc, self.pstr )
        else:
            raise AttributeError(aname)

    def __str__( self ):
        return "%s (at char %d), (line:%d, col:%d)" % \
                ( self.msg, self.loc, self.lineno, self.column )
    def __repr__( self ):
        return _ustr(self)
00197     def markInputline( self, markerString = ">!<" ):
        """Extracts the exception line from the input string, and marks
           the location of the exception with a special symbol.
        """
        line_str = self.line
        line_column = self.column - 1
        if markerString:
            line_str = "".join( [line_str[:line_column],
                                markerString, line_str[line_column:]])
        return line_str.strip()
    def __dir__(self):
        return "loc msg pstr parserElement lineno col line " \
               "markInputLine __str__ __repr__".split()

00211 class ParseException(ParseBaseException):
    """exception thrown when parse expressions don't match class;
       supported attributes by name are:
        - lineno - returns the line number of the exception text
        - col - returns the column number of the exception text
        - line - returns the line containing the exception text
    """
    pass

00220 class ParseFatalException(ParseBaseException):
    """user-throwable exception thrown when inconsistent parse content
       is found; stops all parsing immediately"""
    pass

00225 class ParseSyntaxException(ParseFatalException):
    """just like ParseFatalException, but thrown internally when an
       ErrorStop indicates that parsing is to stop immediately because
       an unbacktrackable syntax error has been found"""
    def __init__(self, pe):
        super(ParseSyntaxException, self).__init__(
                                    pe.pstr, pe.loc, pe.msg, pe.parserElement)

#~ class ReparseException(ParseBaseException):
    #~ """Experimental class - parse actions can raise this exception to cause
       #~ pyparsing to reparse the input string:
        #~ - with a modified input string, and/or
        #~ - with a modified start location
       #~ Set the values of the ReparseException in the constructor, and raise the
       #~ exception in a parse action to cause pyparsing to use the new string/location.
       #~ Setting the values as None causes no change to be made.
       #~ """
    #~ def __init_( self, newstring, restartLoc ):
        #~ self.newParseText = newstring
        #~ self.reparseLoc = restartLoc

00246 class RecursiveGrammarException(Exception):
    """exception thrown by validate() if the grammar could be improperly recursive"""
    def __init__( self, parseElementList ):
        self.parseElementTrace = parseElementList

    def __str__( self ):
        return "RecursiveGrammarException: %s" % self.parseElementTrace

00254 class _ParseResultsWithOffset(object):
    def __init__(self,p1,p2):
        self.tup = (p1,p2)
    def __getitem__(self,i):
        return self.tup[i]
    def __repr__(self):
        return repr(self.tup)
    def setOffset(self,i):
        self.tup = (self.tup[0],i)

00264 class ParseResults(object):
    """Structured parse results, to provide multiple means of access to the parsed data:
       - as a list (len(results))
       - by list index (results[0], results[1], etc.)
       - by attribute (results.<resultsName>)
       """
    __slots__ = ( "__toklist", "__tokdict", "__doinit", "__name", "__parent", "__accumNames", "__weakref__" )
    def __new__(cls, toklist, name=None, asList=True, modal=True ):
        if isinstance(toklist, cls):
            return toklist
        retobj = object.__new__(cls)
        retobj.__doinit = True
        return retobj

    # Performance tuning: we construct a *lot* of these, so keep this
    # constructor as small and fast as possible
    def __init__( self, toklist, name=None, asList=True, modal=True ):
        if self.__doinit:
            self.__doinit = False
            self.__name = None
            self.__parent = None
            self.__accumNames = {}
            if isinstance(toklist, list):
                self.__toklist = toklist[:]
            else:
                self.__toklist = [toklist]
            self.__tokdict = dict()

        if name:
            if not modal:
                self.__accumNames[name] = 0
            if isinstance(name,int):
                name = _ustr(name) # will always return a str, but use _ustr for consistency
            self.__name = name
            if not toklist in (None,'',[]):
                if isinstance(toklist,basestring):
                    toklist = [ toklist ]
                if asList:
                    if isinstance(toklist,ParseResults):
                        self[name] = _ParseResultsWithOffset(toklist.copy(),0)
                    else:
                        self[name] = _ParseResultsWithOffset(ParseResults(toklist[0]),0)
                    self[name].__name = name
                else:
                    try:
                        self[name] = toklist[0]
                    except (KeyError,TypeError):
                        self[name] = toklist

    def __getitem__( self, i ):
        if isinstance( i, (int,slice) ):
            return self.__toklist[i]
        else:
            if i not in self.__accumNames:
                return self.__tokdict[i][-1][0]
            else:
                return ParseResults([ v[0] for v in self.__tokdict[i] ])

    def __setitem__( self, k, v ):
        if isinstance(v,_ParseResultsWithOffset):
            self.__tokdict[k] = self.__tokdict.get(k,list()) + [v]
            sub = v[0]
        elif isinstance(k,int):
            self.__toklist[k] = v
            sub = v
        else:
            self.__tokdict[k] = self.__tokdict.get(k,list()) + [_ParseResultsWithOffset(v,0)]
            sub = v
        if isinstance(sub,ParseResults):
            sub.__parent = wkref(self)

    def __delitem__( self, i ):
        if isinstance(i,(int,slice)):
            mylen = len( self.__toklist )
            del self.__toklist[i]

            # convert int to slice
            if isinstance(i, int):
                if i < 0:
                    i += mylen
                i = slice(i, i+1)
            # get removed indices
            removed = list(range(*i.indices(mylen)))
            removed.reverse()
            # fixup indices in token dictionary
            for name in self.__tokdict:
                occurrences = self.__tokdict[name]
                for j in removed:
                    for k, (value, position) in enumerate(occurrences):
                        occurrences[k] = _ParseResultsWithOffset(value, position - (position > j))
        else:
            del self.__tokdict[i]

    def __contains__( self, k ):
        return k in self.__tokdict

    def __len__( self ): return len( self.__toklist )
    def __bool__(self): return len( self.__toklist ) > 0
    __nonzero__ = __bool__
    def __iter__( self ): return iter( self.__toklist )
    def __reversed__( self ): return iter( reversed(self.__toklist) )
00365     def keys( self ):
        """Returns all named result keys."""
        return self.__tokdict.keys()

00369     def pop( self, index=-1 ):
        """Removes and returns item at specified index (default=last).
           Will work with either numeric indices or dict-key indicies."""
        ret = self[index]
        del self[index]
        return ret

00376     def get(self, key, defaultValue=None):
        """Returns named result matching the given key, or if there is no
           such name, then returns the given defaultValue or None if no
           defaultValue is specified."""
        if key in self:
            return self[key]
        else:
            return defaultValue

    def insert( self, index, insStr ):
        self.__toklist.insert(index, insStr)
        # fixup indices in token dictionary
        for name in self.__tokdict:
            occurrences = self.__tokdict[name]
            for k, (value, position) in enumerate(occurrences):
                occurrences[k] = _ParseResultsWithOffset(value, position + (position > index))

00393     def items( self ):
        """Returns all named result keys and values as a list of tuples."""
        return [(k,self[k]) for k in self.__tokdict]

00397     def values( self ):
        """Returns all named result values."""
        return [ v[-1][0] for v in self.__tokdict.values() ]

    def __getattr__( self, name ):
        if name not in self.__slots__:
            if name in self.__tokdict:
                if name not in self.__accumNames:
                    return self.__tokdict[name][-1][0]
                else:
                    return ParseResults([ v[0] for v in self.__tokdict[name] ])
            else:
                return ""
        return None

    def __add__( self, other ):
        ret = self.copy()
        ret += other
        return ret

    def __iadd__( self, other ):
        if other.__tokdict:
            offset = len(self.__toklist)
            addoffset = ( lambda a: (a<0 and offset) or (a+offset) )
            otheritems = other.__tokdict.items()
            otherdictitems = [(k, _ParseResultsWithOffset(v[0],addoffset(v[1])) )
                                for (k,vlist) in otheritems for v in vlist]
            for k,v in otherdictitems:
                self[k] = v
                if isinstance(v[0],ParseResults):
                    v[0].__parent = wkref(self)

        self.__toklist += other.__toklist
        self.__accumNames.update( other.__accumNames )
        del other
        return self

    def __repr__( self ):
        return "(%s, %s)" % ( repr( self.__toklist ), repr( self.__tokdict ) )

    def __str__( self ):
        out = "["
        sep = ""
        for i in self.__toklist:
            if isinstance(i, ParseResults):
                out += sep + _ustr(i)
            else:
                out += sep + repr(i)
            sep = ", "
        out += "]"
        return out

    def _asStringList( self, sep='' ):
        out = []
        for item in self.__toklist:
            if out and sep:
                out.append(sep)
            if isinstance( item, ParseResults ):
                out += item._asStringList()
            else:
                out.append( _ustr(item) )
        return out

00460     def asList( self ):
        """Returns the parse results as a nested list of matching tokens, all converted to strings."""
        out = []
        for res in self.__toklist:
            if isinstance(res,ParseResults):
                out.append( res.asList() )
            else:
                out.append( res )
        return out

00470     def asDict( self ):
        """Returns the named parse results as dictionary."""
        return dict( self.items() )

00474     def copy( self ):
        """Returns a new copy of a ParseResults object."""
        ret = ParseResults( self.__toklist )
        ret.__tokdict = self.__tokdict.copy()
        ret.__parent = self.__parent
        ret.__accumNames.update( self.__accumNames )
        ret.__name = self.__name
        return ret

00483     def asXML( self, doctag=None, namedItemsOnly=False, indent="", formatted=True ):
        """Returns the parse results as XML. Tags are created for tokens and lists that have defined results names."""
        nl = "\n"
        out = []
        namedItems = dict( [ (v[1],k) for (k,vlist) in self.__tokdict.items()
                                                            for v in vlist ] )
        nextLevelIndent = indent + "  "

        # collapse out indents if formatting is not desired
        if not formatted:
            indent = ""
            nextLevelIndent = ""
            nl = ""

        selfTag = None
        if doctag is not None:
            selfTag = doctag
        else:
            if self.__name:
                selfTag = self.__name

        if not selfTag:
            if namedItemsOnly:
                return ""
            else:
                selfTag = "ITEM"

        out += [ nl, indent, "<", selfTag, ">" ]

        worklist = self.__toklist
        for i,res in enumerate(worklist):
            if isinstance(res,ParseResults):
                if i in namedItems:
                    out += [ res.asXML(namedItems[i],
                                        namedItemsOnly and doctag is None,
                                        nextLevelIndent,
                                        formatted)]
                else:
                    out += [ res.asXML(None,
                                        namedItemsOnly and doctag is None,
                                        nextLevelIndent,
                                        formatted)]
            else:
                # individual token, see if there is a name for it
                resTag = None
                if i in namedItems:
                    resTag = namedItems[i]
                if not resTag:
                    if namedItemsOnly:
                        continue
                    else:
                        resTag = "ITEM"
                xmlBodyText = _xml_escape(_ustr(res))
                out += [ nl, nextLevelIndent, "<", resTag, ">",
                                                xmlBodyText,
                                                "</", resTag, ">" ]

        out += [ nl, indent, "</", selfTag, ">" ]
        return "".join(out)

    def __lookup(self,sub):
        for k,vlist in self.__tokdict.items():
            for v,loc in vlist:
                if sub is v:
                    return k
        return None

00550     def getName(self):
        """Returns the results name for this token expression."""
        if self.__name:
            return self.__name
        elif self.__parent:
            par = self.__parent()
            if par:
                return par.__lookup(self)
            else:
                return None
        elif (len(self) == 1 and
               len(self.__tokdict) == 1 and
               self.__tokdict.values()[0][0][1] in (0,-1)):
            return self.__tokdict.keys()[0]
        else:
            return None

00567     def dump(self,indent='',depth=0):
        """Diagnostic method for listing out the contents of a ParseResults.
           Accepts an optional indent argument so that this string can be embedded
           in a nested display of other data."""
        out = []
        out.append( indent+_ustr(self.asList()) )
        keys = self.items()
        keys.sort()
        for k,v in keys:
            if out:
                out.append('\n')
            out.append( "%s%s- %s: " % (indent,('  '*depth), k) )
            if isinstance(v,ParseResults):
                if v.keys():
                    #~ out.append('\n')
                    out.append( v.dump(indent,depth+1) )
                    #~ out.append('\n')
                else:
                    out.append(_ustr(v))
            else:
                out.append(_ustr(v))
        #~ out.append('\n')
        return "".join(out)

    # add support for pickle protocol
    def __getstate__(self):
        return ( self.__toklist,
                 ( self.__tokdict.copy(),
                   self.__parent is not None and self.__parent() or None,
                   self.__accumNames,
                   self.__name ) )

    def __setstate__(self,state):
        self.__toklist = state[0]
        self.__tokdict, \
        par, \
        inAccumNames, \
        self.__name = state[1]
        self.__accumNames = {}
        self.__accumNames.update(inAccumNames)
        if par is not None:
            self.__parent = wkref(par)
        else:
            self.__parent = None

    def __dir__(self):
        return dir(super(ParseResults,self)) + self.keys()

def col (loc,strg):
    """Returns current column within a string, counting newlines as line separators.
   The first column is number 1.

   Note: the default parsing behavior is to expand tabs in the input string
   before starting the parsing process.  See L{I{ParserElement.parseString}<ParserElement.parseString>} for more information
   on parsing strings containing <TAB>s, and suggested methods to maintain a
   consistent view of the parsed string, the parse location, and line and column
   positions within the parsed string.
   """
    return (loc<len(strg) and strg[loc] == '\n') and 1 or loc - strg.rfind("\n", 0, loc)

def lineno(loc,strg):
    """Returns current line number within a string, counting newlines as line separators.
   The first line is number 1.

   Note: the default parsing behavior is to expand tabs in the input string
   before starting the parsing process.  See L{I{ParserElement.parseString}<ParserElement.parseString>} for more information
   on parsing strings containing <TAB>s, and suggested methods to maintain a
   consistent view of the parsed string, the parse location, and line and column
   positions within the parsed string.
   """
    return strg.count("\n",0,loc) + 1

def line( loc, strg ):
    """Returns the line of text containing loc within a string, counting newlines as line separators.
       """
    lastCR = strg.rfind("\n", 0, loc)
    nextCR = strg.find("\n", loc)
    if nextCR > 0:
        return strg[lastCR+1:nextCR]
    else:
        return strg[lastCR+1:]

def _defaultStartDebugAction( instring, loc, expr ):
    print ("Match " + _ustr(expr) + " at loc " + _ustr(loc) + "(%d,%d)" % ( lineno(loc,instring), col(loc,instring) ))

def _defaultSuccessDebugAction( instring, startloc, endloc, expr, toks ):
    print ("Matched " + _ustr(expr) + " -> " + str(toks.asList()))

def _defaultExceptionDebugAction( instring, loc, expr, exc ):
    print ("Exception raised:" + _ustr(exc))

def nullDebugAction(*args):
    """'Do-nothing' debug action, to suppress debugging output during parsing."""
    pass

00662 class ParserElement(object):
    """Abstract base level parser element class."""
    DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS = " \n\t\r"

00666     def setDefaultWhitespaceChars( chars ):
        """Overrides the default whitespace chars
        """
        ParserElement.DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS = chars
    setDefaultWhitespaceChars = staticmethod(setDefaultWhitespaceChars)

    def __init__( self, savelist=False ):
        self.parseAction = list()
        self.failAction = None
        #~ self.name = "<unknown>"  # don't define self.name, let subclasses try/except upcall
        self.strRepr = None
        self.resultsName = None
        self.saveAsList = savelist
        self.skipWhitespace = True
        self.whiteChars = ParserElement.DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS
        self.copyDefaultWhiteChars = True
        self.mayReturnEmpty = False # used when checking for left-recursion
        self.keepTabs = False
        self.ignoreExprs = list()
        self.debug = False
        self.streamlined = False
        self.mayIndexError = True # used to optimize exception handling for subclasses that don't advance parse index
        self.errmsg = ""
        self.modalResults = True # used to mark results names as modal (report only last) or cumulative (list all)
        self.debugActions = ( None, None, None ) #custom debug actions
        self.re = None
        self.callPreparse = True # used to avoid redundant calls to preParse
        self.callDuringTry = False

00695     def copy( self ):
        """Make a copy of this ParserElement.  Useful for defining different parse actions
           for the same parsing pattern, using copies of the original parse element."""
        cpy = copy.copy( self )
        cpy.parseAction = self.parseAction[:]
        cpy.ignoreExprs = self.ignoreExprs[:]
        if self.copyDefaultWhiteChars:
            cpy.whiteChars = ParserElement.DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS
        return cpy

00705     def setName( self, name ):
        """Define name for this expression, for use in debugging."""
        self.name = name
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        if hasattr(self,"exception"):
            self.exception.msg = self.errmsg
        return self

00713     def setResultsName( self, name, listAllMatches=False ):
        """Define name for referencing matching tokens as a nested attribute
           of the returned parse results.
           NOTE: this returns a *copy* of the original ParserElement object;
           this is so that the client can define a basic element, such as an
           integer, and reference it in multiple places with different names.
        """
        newself = self.copy()
        newself.resultsName = name
        newself.modalResults = not listAllMatches
        return newself

00725     def setBreak(self,breakFlag = True):
        """Method to invoke the Python pdb debugger when this element is
           about to be parsed. Set breakFlag to True to enable, False to
           disable.
        """
        if breakFlag:
            _parseMethod = self._parse
            def breaker(instring, loc, doActions=True, callPreParse=True):
                import pdb
                pdb.set_trace()
                return _parseMethod( instring, loc, doActions, callPreParse )
            breaker._originalParseMethod = _parseMethod
            self._parse = breaker
        else:
            if hasattr(self._parse,"_originalParseMethod"):
                self._parse = self._parse._originalParseMethod
        return self

00743     def _normalizeParseActionArgs( f ):
        """Internal method used to decorate parse actions that take fewer than 3 arguments,
           so that all parse actions can be called as f(s,l,t)."""
        STAR_ARGS = 4

        try:
            restore = None
            if isinstance(f,type):
                restore = f
                f = f.__init__
            if not _PY3K:
                codeObj = f.func_code
            else:
                codeObj = f.code
            if codeObj.co_flags & STAR_ARGS:
                return f
            numargs = codeObj.co_argcount
            if not _PY3K:
                if hasattr(f,"im_self"):
                    numargs -= 1
            else:
                if hasattr(f,"__self__"):
                    numargs -= 1
            if restore:
                f = restore
        except AttributeError:
            try:
                if not _PY3K:
                    call_im_func_code = f.__call__.im_func.func_code
                else:
                    call_im_func_code = f.__code__

                # not a function, must be a callable object, get info from the
                # im_func binding of its bound __call__ method
                if call_im_func_code.co_flags & STAR_ARGS:
                    return f
                numargs = call_im_func_code.co_argcount
                if not _PY3K:
                    if hasattr(f.__call__,"im_self"):
                        numargs -= 1
                else:
                    if hasattr(f.__call__,"__self__"):
                        numargs -= 0
            except AttributeError:
                if not _PY3K:
                    call_func_code = f.__call__.func_code
                else:
                    call_func_code = f.__call__.__code__
                # not a bound method, get info directly from __call__ method
                if call_func_code.co_flags & STAR_ARGS:
                    return f
                numargs = call_func_code.co_argcount
                if not _PY3K:
                    if hasattr(f.__call__,"im_self"):
                        numargs -= 1
                else:
                    if hasattr(f.__call__,"__self__"):
                        numargs -= 1


        #~ print ("adding function %s with %d args" % (f.func_name,numargs))
        if numargs == 3:
            return f
        else:
            if numargs > 3:
                def tmp(s,l,t):
                    return f(f.__call__.__self__, s,l,t)
            if numargs == 2:
                def tmp(s,l,t):
                    return f(l,t)
            elif numargs == 1:
                def tmp(s,l,t):
                    return f(t)
            else: #~ numargs == 0:
                def tmp(s,l,t):
                    return f()
            try:
                tmp.__name__ = f.__name__
            except (AttributeError,TypeError):
                # no need for special handling if attribute doesnt exist
                pass
            try:
                tmp.__doc__ = f.__doc__
            except (AttributeError,TypeError):
                # no need for special handling if attribute doesnt exist
                pass
            try:
                tmp.__dict__.update(f.__dict__)
            except (AttributeError,TypeError):
                # no need for special handling if attribute doesnt exist
                pass
            return tmp
    _normalizeParseActionArgs = staticmethod(_normalizeParseActionArgs)

00837     def setParseAction( self, *fns, **kwargs ):
        """Define action to perform when successfully matching parse element definition.
           Parse action fn is a callable method with 0-3 arguments, called as fn(s,loc,toks),
           fn(loc,toks), fn(toks), or just fn(), where:
            - s   = the original string being parsed (see note below)
            - loc = the location of the matching substring
            - toks = a list of the matched tokens, packaged as a ParseResults object
           If the functions in fns modify the tokens, they can return them as the return
           value from fn, and the modified list of tokens will replace the original.
           Otherwise, fn does not need to return any value.

           Note: the default parsing behavior is to expand tabs in the input string
           before starting the parsing process.  See L{I{parseString}<parseString>} for more information
           on parsing strings containing <TAB>s, and suggested methods to maintain a
           consistent view of the parsed string, the parse location, and line and column
           positions within the parsed string.
           """
        self.parseAction = list(map(self._normalizeParseActionArgs, list(fns)))
        self.callDuringTry = ("callDuringTry" in kwargs and kwargs["callDuringTry"])
        return self

00858     def addParseAction( self, *fns, **kwargs ):
        """Add parse action to expression's list of parse actions. See L{I{setParseAction}<setParseAction>}."""
        self.parseAction += list(map(self._normalizeParseActionArgs, list(fns)))
        self.callDuringTry = self.callDuringTry or ("callDuringTry" in kwargs and kwargs["callDuringTry"])
        return self

00864     def setFailAction( self, fn ):
        """Define action to perform if parsing fails at this expression.
           Fail acton fn is a callable function that takes the arguments
           fn(s,loc,expr,err) where:
            - s = string being parsed
            - loc = location where expression match was attempted and failed
            - expr = the parse expression that failed
            - err = the exception thrown
           The function returns no value.  It may throw ParseFatalException
           if it is desired to stop parsing immediately."""
        self.failAction = fn
        return self

    def _skipIgnorables( self, instring, loc ):
        exprsFound = True
        while exprsFound:
            exprsFound = False
            for e in self.ignoreExprs:
                try:
                    while 1:
                        loc,dummy = e._parse( instring, loc )
                        exprsFound = True
                except ParseException:
                    pass
        return loc

    def preParse( self, instring, loc ):
        if self.ignoreExprs:
            loc = self._skipIgnorables( instring, loc )

        if self.skipWhitespace:
            wt = self.whiteChars
            instrlen = len(instring)
            while loc < instrlen and instring[loc] in wt:
                loc += 1

        return loc

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        return loc, []

    def postParse( self, instring, loc, tokenlist ):
        return tokenlist

    #~ @profile
    def _parseNoCache( self, instring, loc, doActions=True, callPreParse=True ):
        debugging = ( self.debug ) #and doActions )

        if debugging or self.failAction:
            #~ print ("Match",self,"at loc",loc,"(%d,%d)" % ( lineno(loc,instring), col(loc,instring) ))
            if (self.debugActions[0] ):
                self.debugActions[0]( instring, loc, self )
            if callPreParse and self.callPreparse:
                preloc = self.preParse( instring, loc )
            else:
                preloc = loc
            tokensStart = loc
            try:
                try:
                    loc,tokens = self.parseImpl( instring, preloc, doActions )
                except IndexError:
                    raise ParseException( instring, len(instring), self.errmsg, self )
            except ParseBaseException, err:
                #~ print ("Exception raised:", err)
                if self.debugActions[2]:
                    self.debugActions[2]( instring, tokensStart, self, err )
                if self.failAction:
                    self.failAction( instring, tokensStart, self, err )
                raise
        else:
            if callPreParse and self.callPreparse:
                preloc = self.preParse( instring, loc )
            else:
                preloc = loc
            tokensStart = loc
            if self.mayIndexError or loc >= len(instring):
                try:
                    loc,tokens = self.parseImpl( instring, preloc, doActions )
                except IndexError:
                    raise ParseException( instring, len(instring), self.errmsg, self )
            else:
                loc,tokens = self.parseImpl( instring, preloc, doActions )

        tokens = self.postParse( instring, loc, tokens )

        retTokens = ParseResults( tokens, self.resultsName, asList=self.saveAsList, modal=self.modalResults )
        if self.parseAction and (doActions or self.callDuringTry):
            if debugging:
                try:
                    for fn in self.parseAction:
                        tokens = fn( instring, tokensStart, retTokens )
                        if tokens is not None:
                            retTokens = ParseResults( tokens,
                                                      self.resultsName,
                                                      asList=self.saveAsList and isinstance(tokens,(ParseResults,list)),
                                                      modal=self.modalResults )
                except ParseBaseException, err:
                    #~ print "Exception raised in user parse action:", err
                    if (self.debugActions[2] ):
                        self.debugActions[2]( instring, tokensStart, self, err )
                    raise
            else:
                for fn in self.parseAction:
                    tokens = fn( instring, tokensStart, retTokens )
                    if tokens is not None:
                        retTokens = ParseResults( tokens,
                                                  self.resultsName,
                                                  asList=self.saveAsList and isinstance(tokens,(ParseResults,list)),
                                                  modal=self.modalResults )

        if debugging:
            #~ print ("Matched",self,"->",retTokens.asList())
            if (self.debugActions[1] ):
                self.debugActions[1]( instring, tokensStart, loc, self, retTokens )

        return loc, retTokens

    def tryParse( self, instring, loc ):
        try:
            return self._parse( instring, loc, doActions=False )[0]
        except ParseFatalException:
            raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg, self)

    # this method gets repeatedly called during backtracking with the same arguments -
    # we can cache these arguments and save ourselves the trouble of re-parsing the contained expression
    def _parseCache( self, instring, loc, doActions=True, callPreParse=True ):
        lookup = (self,instring,loc,callPreParse,doActions)
        if lookup in ParserElement._exprArgCache:
            value = ParserElement._exprArgCache[ lookup ]
            if isinstance(value,Exception):
                raise value
            return value
        else:
            try:
                value = self._parseNoCache( instring, loc, doActions, callPreParse )
                ParserElement._exprArgCache[ lookup ] = (value[0],value[1].copy())
                return value
            except ParseBaseException, pe:
                ParserElement._exprArgCache[ lookup ] = pe
                raise

    _parse = _parseNoCache

    # argument cache for optimizing repeated calls when backtracking through recursive expressions
    _exprArgCache = {}
    def resetCache():
        ParserElement._exprArgCache.clear()
    resetCache = staticmethod(resetCache)

    _packratEnabled = False
01014     def enablePackrat():
        """Enables "packrat" parsing, which adds memoizing to the parsing logic.
           Repeated parse attempts at the same string location (which happens
           often in many complex grammars) can immediately return a cached value,
           instead of re-executing parsing/validating code.  Memoizing is done of
           both valid results and parsing exceptions.

           This speedup may break existing programs that use parse actions that
           have side-effects.  For this reason, packrat parsing is disabled when
           you first import pyparsing.  To activate the packrat feature, your
           program must call the class method ParserElement.enablePackrat().  If
           your program uses psyco to "compile as you go", you must call
           enablePackrat before calling psyco.full().  If you do not do this,
           Python will crash.  For best results, call enablePackrat() immediately
           after importing pyparsing.
        """
        if not ParserElement._packratEnabled:
            ParserElement._packratEnabled = True
            ParserElement._parse = ParserElement._parseCache
    enablePackrat = staticmethod(enablePackrat)

01035     def parseString( self, instring, parseAll=False ):
        """Execute the parse expression with the given string.
           This is the main interface to the client code, once the complete
           expression has been built.

           If you want the grammar to require that the entire input string be
           successfully parsed, then set parseAll to True (equivalent to ending
           the grammar with StringEnd()).

           Note: parseString implicitly calls expandtabs() on the input string,
           in order to report proper column numbers in parse actions.
           If the input string contains tabs and
           the grammar uses parse actions that use the loc argument to index into the
           string being parsed, you can ensure you have a consistent view of the input
           string by:
            - calling parseWithTabs on your grammar before calling parseString
              (see L{I{parseWithTabs}<parseWithTabs>})
            - define your parse action using the full (s,loc,toks) signature, and
              reference the input string using the parse action's s argument
            - explictly expand the tabs in your input string before calling
              parseString
        """
        ParserElement.resetCache()
        if not self.streamlined:
            self.streamline()
            #~ self.saveAsList = True
        for e in self.ignoreExprs:
            e.streamline()
        if not self.keepTabs:
            instring = instring.expandtabs()
        loc, tokens = self._parse( instring, 0 )
        if parseAll:
            loc = self.preParse( instring, loc )
            StringEnd()._parse( instring, loc )
        return tokens

01071     def scanString( self, instring, maxMatches=_MAX_INT ):
        """Scan the input string for expression matches.  Each match will return the
           matching tokens, start location, and end location.  May be called with optional
           maxMatches argument, to clip scanning after 'n' matches are found.

           Note that the start and end locations are reported relative to the string
           being parsed.  See L{I{parseString}<parseString>} for more information on parsing
           strings with embedded tabs."""
        if not self.streamlined:
            self.streamline()
        for e in self.ignoreExprs:
            e.streamline()

        if not self.keepTabs:
            instring = _ustr(instring).expandtabs()
        instrlen = len(instring)
        loc = 0
        preparseFn = self.preParse
        parseFn = self._parse
        ParserElement.resetCache()
        matches = 0
        while loc <= instrlen and matches < maxMatches:
            try:
                preloc = preparseFn( instring, loc )
                nextLoc,tokens = parseFn( instring, preloc, callPreParse=False )
            except ParseException:
                loc = preloc+1
            else:
                matches += 1
                yield tokens, preloc, nextLoc
                loc = nextLoc

01103     def transformString( self, instring ):
        """Extension to scanString, to modify matching text with modified tokens that may
           be returned from a parse action.  To use transformString, define a grammar and
           attach a parse action to it that modifies the returned token list.
           Invoking transformString() on a target string will then scan for matches,
           and replace the matched text patterns according to the logic in the parse
           action.  transformString() returns the resulting transformed string."""
        out = []
        lastE = 0
        # force preservation of <TAB>s, to minimize unwanted transformation of string, and to
        # keep string locs straight between transformString and scanString
        self.keepTabs = True
        for t,s,e in self.scanString( instring ):
            out.append( instring[lastE:s] )
            if t:
                if isinstance(t,ParseResults):
                    out += t.asList()
                elif isinstance(t,list):
                    out += t
                else:
                    out.append(t)
            lastE = e
        out.append(instring[lastE:])
        return "".join(map(_ustr,out))

01128     def searchString( self, instring, maxMatches=_MAX_INT ):
        """Another extension to scanString, simplifying the access to the tokens found
           to match the given parse expression.  May be called with optional
           maxMatches argument, to clip searching after 'n' matches are found.
        """
        return ParseResults([ t for t,s,e in self.scanString( instring, maxMatches ) ])

01135     def __add__(self, other ):
        """Implementation of + operator - returns And"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return And( [ self, other ] )

01145     def __radd__(self, other ):
        """Implementation of + operator when left operand is not a ParserElement"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return other + self

01155     def __sub__(self, other):
        """Implementation of - operator, returns And with error stop"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return And( [ self, And._ErrorStop(), other ] )

01165     def __rsub__(self, other ):
        """Implementation of - operator when left operand is not a ParserElement"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return other - self

    def __mul__(self,other):
        if isinstance(other,int):
            minElements, optElements = other,0
        elif isinstance(other,tuple):
            other = (other + (None, None))[:2]
            if other[0] is None:
                other = (0, other[1])
            if isinstance(other[0],int) and other[1] is None:
                if other[0] == 0:
                    return ZeroOrMore(self)
                if other[0] == 1:
                    return OneOrMore(self)
                else:
                    return self*other[0] + ZeroOrMore(self)
            elif isinstance(other[0],int) and isinstance(other[1],int):
                minElements, optElements = other
                optElements -= minElements
            else:
                raise TypeError("cannot multiply 'ParserElement' and ('%s','%s') objects", type(other[0]),type(other[1]))
        else:
            raise TypeError("cannot multiply 'ParserElement' and '%s' objects", type(other))

        if minElements < 0:
            raise ValueError("cannot multiply ParserElement by negative value")
        if optElements < 0:
            raise ValueError("second tuple value must be greater or equal to first tuple value")
        if minElements == optElements == 0:
            raise ValueError("cannot multiply ParserElement by 0 or (0,0)")

        if (optElements):
            def makeOptionalList(n):
                if n>1:
                    return Optional(self + makeOptionalList(n-1))
                else:
                    return Optional(self)
            if minElements:
                if minElements == 1:
                    ret = self + makeOptionalList(optElements)
                else:
                    ret = And([self]*minElements) + makeOptionalList(optElements)
            else:
                ret = makeOptionalList(optElements)
        else:
            if minElements == 1:
                ret = self
            else:
                ret = And([self]*minElements)
        return ret

    def __rmul__(self, other):
        return self.__mul__(other)

01227     def __or__(self, other ):
        """Implementation of | operator - returns MatchFirst"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return MatchFirst( [ self, other ] )

01237     def __ror__(self, other ):
        """Implementation of | operator when left operand is not a ParserElement"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return other | self

01247     def __xor__(self, other ):
        """Implementation of ^ operator - returns Or"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return Or( [ self, other ] )

01257     def __rxor__(self, other ):
        """Implementation of ^ operator when left operand is not a ParserElement"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return other ^ self

01267     def __and__(self, other ):
        """Implementation of & operator - returns Each"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return Each( [ self, other ] )

01277     def __rand__(self, other ):
        """Implementation of & operator when left operand is not a ParserElement"""
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        if not isinstance( other, ParserElement ):
            warnings.warn("Cannot combine element of type %s with ParserElement" % type(other),
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            return None
        return other & self

01287     def __invert__( self ):
        """Implementation of ~ operator - returns NotAny"""
        return NotAny( self )

01291     def __call__(self, name):
        """Shortcut for setResultsName, with listAllMatches=default::
             userdata = Word(alphas).setResultsName("name") + Word(nums+"-").setResultsName("socsecno")
           could be written as::
             userdata = Word(alphas)("name") + Word(nums+"-")("socsecno")
           """
        return self.setResultsName(name)

01299     def suppress( self ):
        """Suppresses the output of this ParserElement; useful to keep punctuation from
           cluttering up returned output.
        """
        return Suppress( self )

01305     def leaveWhitespace( self ):
        """Disables the skipping of whitespace before matching the characters in the
           ParserElement's defined pattern.  This is normally only used internally by
           the pyparsing module, but may be needed in some whitespace-sensitive grammars.
        """
        self.skipWhitespace = False
        return self

01313     def setWhitespaceChars( self, chars ):
        """Overrides the default whitespace chars
        """
        self.skipWhitespace = True
        self.whiteChars = chars
        self.copyDefaultWhiteChars = False
        return self

01321     def parseWithTabs( self ):
        """Overrides default behavior to expand <TAB>s to spaces before parsing the input string.
           Must be called before parseString when the input grammar contains elements that
           match <TAB> characters."""
        self.keepTabs = True
        return self

01328     def ignore( self, other ):
        """Define expression to be ignored (e.g., comments) while doing pattern
           matching; may be called repeatedly, to define multiple comment or other
           ignorable patterns.
        """
        if isinstance( other, Suppress ):
            if other not in self.ignoreExprs:
                self.ignoreExprs.append( other )
        else:
            self.ignoreExprs.append( Suppress( other ) )
        return self

01340     def setDebugActions( self, startAction, successAction, exceptionAction ):
        """Enable display of debugging messages while doing pattern matching."""
        self.debugActions = (startAction or _defaultStartDebugAction,
                             successAction or _defaultSuccessDebugAction,
                             exceptionAction or _defaultExceptionDebugAction)
        self.debug = True
        return self

01348     def setDebug( self, flag=True ):
        """Enable display of debugging messages while doing pattern matching.
           Set flag to True to enable, False to disable."""
        if flag:
            self.setDebugActions( _defaultStartDebugAction, _defaultSuccessDebugAction, _defaultExceptionDebugAction )
        else:
            self.debug = False
        return self

    def __str__( self ):
        return self.name

    def __repr__( self ):
        return _ustr(self)

    def streamline( self ):
        self.streamlined = True
        self.strRepr = None
        return self

    def checkRecursion( self, parseElementList ):
        pass

01371     def validate( self, validateTrace=[] ):
        """Check defined expressions for valid structure, check for infinite recursive definitions."""
        self.checkRecursion( [] )

01375     def parseFile( self, file_or_filename, parseAll=False ):
        """Execute the parse expression on the given file or filename.
           If a filename is specified (instead of a file object),
           the entire file is opened, read, and closed before parsing.
        """
        try:
            file_contents = file_or_filename.read()
        except AttributeError:
            f = open(file_or_filename, "rb")
            file_contents = f.read()
            f.close()
        return self.parseString(file_contents, parseAll)

    def getException(self):
        return ParseException("",0,self.errmsg,self)

    def __getattr__(self,aname):
        if aname == "myException":
            self.myException = ret = self.getException();
            return ret;
        else:
            raise AttributeError("no such attribute " + aname)

    def __eq__(self,other):
        if isinstance(other, basestring):
            try:
                (self + StringEnd()).parseString(_ustr(other))
                return True
            except ParseBaseException:
                return False
        else:
            return super(ParserElement,self)==other

    def __ne__(self,other):
        return not (self == other)

    def __hash__(self):
        return hash(id(self))

    def __req__(self,other):
        return self == other

    def __rne__(self,other):
        return not (self == other)


01421 class Token(ParserElement):
    """Abstract ParserElement subclass, for defining atomic matching patterns."""
    def __init__( self ):
        super(Token,self).__init__( savelist=False )
        #self.myException = ParseException("",0,"",self)

01427     def setName(self, name):
        s = super(Token,self).setName(name)
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        #s.myException.msg = self.errmsg
        return s


01434 class Empty(Token):
    """An empty token, will always match."""
    def __init__( self ):
        super(Empty,self).__init__()
        self.name = "Empty"
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True
        self.mayIndexError = False


01443 class NoMatch(Token):
    """A token that will never match."""
    def __init__( self ):
        super(NoMatch,self).__init__()
        self.name = "NoMatch"
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True
        self.mayIndexError = False
        self.errmsg = "Unmatchable token"
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        exc = self.myException
        exc.loc = loc
        exc.pstr = instring
        raise exc


01460 class Literal(Token):
    """Token to exactly match a specified string."""
    def __init__( self, matchString ):
        super(Literal,self).__init__()
        self.match = matchString
        self.matchLen = len(matchString)
        try:
            self.firstMatchChar = matchString[0]
        except IndexError:
            warnings.warn("null string passed to Literal; use Empty() instead",
                            SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            self.__class__ = Empty
        self.name = '"%s"' % _ustr(self.match)
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        self.mayReturnEmpty = False
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg
        self.mayIndexError = False

    # Performance tuning: this routine gets called a *lot*
    # if this is a single character match string  and the first character matches,
    # short-circuit as quickly as possible, and avoid calling startswith
    #~ @profile
    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if (instring[loc] == self.firstMatchChar and
            (self.matchLen==1 or instring.startswith(self.match,loc)) ):
            return loc+self.matchLen, self.match
        #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
        exc = self.myException
        exc.loc = loc
        exc.pstr = instring
        raise exc
_L = Literal

01493 class Keyword(Token):
    """Token to exactly match a specified string as a keyword, that is, it must be
       immediately followed by a non-keyword character.  Compare with Literal::
         Literal("if") will match the leading 'if' in 'ifAndOnlyIf'.
         Keyword("if") will not; it will only match the leading 'if in 'if x=1', or 'if(y==2)'
       Accepts two optional constructor arguments in addition to the keyword string:
       identChars is a string of characters that would be valid identifier characters,
       defaulting to all alphanumerics + "_" and "$"; caseless allows case-insensitive
       matching, default is False.
    """
    DEFAULT_KEYWORD_CHARS = alphanums+"_$"

    def __init__( self, matchString, identChars=DEFAULT_KEYWORD_CHARS, caseless=False ):
        super(Keyword,self).__init__()
        self.match = matchString
        self.matchLen = len(matchString)
        try:
            self.firstMatchChar = matchString[0]
        except IndexError:
            warnings.warn("null string passed to Keyword; use Empty() instead",
                            SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
        self.name = '"%s"' % self.match
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        self.mayReturnEmpty = False
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg
        self.mayIndexError = False
        self.caseless = caseless
        if caseless:
            self.caselessmatch = matchString.upper()
            identChars = identChars.upper()
        self.identChars = _str2dict(identChars)

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if self.caseless:
            if ( (instring[ loc:loc+self.matchLen ].upper() == self.caselessmatch) and
                 (loc >= len(instring)-self.matchLen or instring[loc+self.matchLen].upper() not in self.identChars) and
                 (loc == 0 or instring[loc-1].upper() not in self.identChars) ):
                return loc+self.matchLen, self.match
        else:
            if (instring[loc] == self.firstMatchChar and
                (self.matchLen==1 or instring.startswith(self.match,loc)) and
                (loc >= len(instring)-self.matchLen or instring[loc+self.matchLen] not in self.identChars) and
                (loc == 0 or instring[loc-1] not in self.identChars) ):
                return loc+self.matchLen, self.match
        #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
        exc = self.myException
        exc.loc = loc
        exc.pstr = instring
        raise exc

01543     def copy(self):
        c = super(Keyword,self).copy()
        c.identChars = Keyword.DEFAULT_KEYWORD_CHARS
        return c

01548     def setDefaultKeywordChars( chars ):
        """Overrides the default Keyword chars
        """
        Keyword.DEFAULT_KEYWORD_CHARS = chars
    setDefaultKeywordChars = staticmethod(setDefaultKeywordChars)

01554 class CaselessLiteral(Literal):
    """Token to match a specified string, ignoring case of letters.
       Note: the matched results will always be in the case of the given
       match string, NOT the case of the input text.
    """
    def __init__( self, matchString ):
        super(CaselessLiteral,self).__init__( matchString.upper() )
        # Preserve the defining literal.
        self.returnString = matchString
        self.name = "'%s'" % self.returnString
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if instring[ loc:loc+self.matchLen ].upper() == self.match:
            return loc+self.matchLen, self.returnString
        #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
        exc = self.myException
        exc.loc = loc
        exc.pstr = instring
        raise exc

01576 class CaselessKeyword(Keyword):
    def __init__( self, matchString, identChars=Keyword.DEFAULT_KEYWORD_CHARS ):
        super(CaselessKeyword,self).__init__( matchString, identChars, caseless=True )

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if ( (instring[ loc:loc+self.matchLen ].upper() == self.caselessmatch) and
             (loc >= len(instring)-self.matchLen or instring[loc+self.matchLen].upper() not in self.identChars) ):
            return loc+self.matchLen, self.match
        #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
        exc = self.myException
        exc.loc = loc
        exc.pstr = instring
        raise exc

01590 class Word(Token):
    """Token for matching words composed of allowed character sets.
       Defined with string containing all allowed initial characters,
       an optional string containing allowed body characters (if omitted,
       defaults to the initial character set), and an optional minimum,
       maximum, and/or exact length.  The default value for min is 1 (a
       minimum value < 1 is not valid); the default values for max and exact
       are 0, meaning no maximum or exact length restriction.
    """
    def __init__( self, initChars, bodyChars=None, min=1, max=0, exact=0, asKeyword=False ):
        super(Word,self).__init__()
        self.initCharsOrig = initChars
        self.initChars = _str2dict(initChars)
        if bodyChars :
            self.bodyCharsOrig = bodyChars
            self.bodyChars = _str2dict(bodyChars)
        else:
            self.bodyCharsOrig = initChars
            self.bodyChars = _str2dict(initChars)

        self.maxSpecified = max > 0

        if min < 1:
            raise ValueError("cannot specify a minimum length < 1; use Optional(Word()) if zero-length word is permitted")

        self.minLen = min

        if max > 0:
            self.maxLen = max
        else:
            self.maxLen = _MAX_INT

        if exact > 0:
            self.maxLen = exact
            self.minLen = exact

        self.name = _ustr(self)
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg
        self.mayIndexError = False
        self.asKeyword = asKeyword

        if ' ' not in self.initCharsOrig+self.bodyCharsOrig and (min==1 and max==0 and exact==0):
            if self.bodyCharsOrig == self.initCharsOrig:
                self.reString = "[%s]+" % _escapeRegexRangeChars(self.initCharsOrig)
            elif len(self.bodyCharsOrig) == 1:
                self.reString = "%s[%s]*" % \
                                      (re.escape(self.initCharsOrig),
                                      _escapeRegexRangeChars(self.bodyCharsOrig),)
            else:
                self.reString = "[%s][%s]*" % \
                                      (_escapeRegexRangeChars(self.initCharsOrig),
                                      _escapeRegexRangeChars(self.bodyCharsOrig),)
            if self.asKeyword:
                self.reString = r"\b"+self.reString+r"\b"
            try:
                self.re = re.compile( self.reString )
            except:
                self.re = None

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if self.re:
            result = self.re.match(instring,loc)
            if not result:
                exc = self.myException
                exc.loc = loc
                exc.pstr = instring
                raise exc

            loc = result.end()
            return loc,result.group()

        if not(instring[ loc ] in self.initChars):
            #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc
        start = loc
        loc += 1
        instrlen = len(instring)
        bodychars = self.bodyChars
        maxloc = start + self.maxLen
        maxloc = min( maxloc, instrlen )
        while loc < maxloc and instring[loc] in bodychars:
            loc += 1

        throwException = False
        if loc - start < self.minLen:
            throwException = True
        if self.maxSpecified and loc < instrlen and instring[loc] in bodychars:
            throwException = True
        if self.asKeyword:
            if (start>0 and instring[start-1] in bodychars) or (loc<instrlen and instring[loc] in bodychars):
                throwException = True

        if throwException:
            #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc

        return loc, instring[start:loc]

    def __str__( self ):
        try:
            return super(Word,self).__str__()
        except:
            pass


        if self.strRepr is None:

            def charsAsStr(s):
                if len(s)>4:
                    return s[:4]+"..."
                else:
                    return s

            if ( self.initCharsOrig != self.bodyCharsOrig ):
                self.strRepr = "W:(%s,%s)" % ( charsAsStr(self.initCharsOrig), charsAsStr(self.bodyCharsOrig) )
            else:
                self.strRepr = "W:(%s)" % charsAsStr(self.initCharsOrig)

        return self.strRepr


01718 class Regex(Token):
    """Token for matching strings that match a given regular expression.
       Defined with string specifying the regular expression in a form recognized by the inbuilt Python re module.
    """
01722     def __init__( self, pattern, flags=0):
        """The parameters pattern and flags are passed to the re.compile() function as-is. See the Python re module for an explanation of the acceptable patterns and flags."""
        super(Regex,self).__init__()

        if len(pattern) == 0:
            warnings.warn("null string passed to Regex; use Empty() instead",
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)

        self.pattern = pattern
        self.flags = flags

        try:
            self.re = re.compile(self.pattern, self.flags)
            self.reString = self.pattern
        except sre_constants.error:
            warnings.warn("invalid pattern (%s) passed to Regex" % pattern,
                SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            raise

        self.name = _ustr(self)
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg
        self.mayIndexError = False
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        result = self.re.match(instring,loc)
        if not result:
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc

        loc = result.end()
        d = result.groupdict()
        ret = ParseResults(result.group())
        if d:
            for k in d:
                ret[k] = d[k]
        return loc,ret

    def __str__( self ):
        try:
            return super(Regex,self).__str__()
        except:
            pass

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "Re:(%s)" % repr(self.pattern)

        return self.strRepr


01775 class QuotedString(Token):
    """Token for matching strings that are delimited by quoting characters.
    """
01778     def __init__( self, quoteChar, escChar=None, escQuote=None, multiline=False, unquoteResults=True, endQuoteChar=None):
        """
           Defined with the following parameters:
            - quoteChar - string of one or more characters defining the quote delimiting string
            - escChar - character to escape quotes, typically backslash (default=None)
            - escQuote - special quote sequence to escape an embedded quote string (such as SQL's "" to escape an embedded ") (default=None)
            - multiline - boolean indicating whether quotes can span multiple lines (default=False)
            - unquoteResults - boolean indicating whether the matched text should be unquoted (default=True)
            - endQuoteChar - string of one or more characters defining the end of the quote delimited string (default=None => same as quoteChar)
        """
        super(QuotedString,self).__init__()

        # remove white space from quote chars - wont work anyway
        quoteChar = quoteChar.strip()
        if len(quoteChar) == 0:
            warnings.warn("quoteChar cannot be the empty string",SyntaxWarning,stacklevel=2)
            raise SyntaxError()

        if endQuoteChar is None:
            endQuoteChar = quoteChar
        else:
            endQuoteChar = endQuoteChar.strip()
            if len(endQuoteChar) == 0:
                warnings.warn("endQuoteChar cannot be the empty string",SyntaxWarning,stacklevel=2)
                raise SyntaxError()

        self.quoteChar = quoteChar
        self.quoteCharLen = len(quoteChar)
        self.firstQuoteChar = quoteChar[0]
        self.endQuoteChar = endQuoteChar
        self.endQuoteCharLen = len(endQuoteChar)
        self.escChar = escChar
        self.escQuote = escQuote
        self.unquoteResults = unquoteResults

        if multiline:
            self.flags = re.MULTILINE | re.DOTALL
            self.pattern = r'%s(?:[^%s%s]' % \
                ( re.escape(self.quoteChar),
                  _escapeRegexRangeChars(self.endQuoteChar[0]),
                  (escChar is not None and _escapeRegexRangeChars(escChar) or '') )
        else:
            self.flags = 0
            self.pattern = r'%s(?:[^%s\n\r%s]' % \
                ( re.escape(self.quoteChar),
                  _escapeRegexRangeChars(self.endQuoteChar[0]),
                  (escChar is not None and _escapeRegexRangeChars(escChar) or '') )
        if len(self.endQuoteChar) > 1:
            self.pattern += (
                '|(?:' + ')|(?:'.join(["%s[^%s]" % (re.escape(self.endQuoteChar[:i]),
                                               _escapeRegexRangeChars(self.endQuoteChar[i]))
                                    for i in range(len(self.endQuoteChar)-1,0,-1)]) + ')'
                )
        if escQuote:
            self.pattern += (r'|(?:%s)' % re.escape(escQuote))
        if escChar:
            self.pattern += (r'|(?:%s.)' % re.escape(escChar))
            self.escCharReplacePattern = re.escape(self.escChar)+"(.)"
        self.pattern += (r')*%s' % re.escape(self.endQuoteChar))

        try:
            self.re = re.compile(self.pattern, self.flags)
            self.reString = self.pattern
        except sre_constants.error:
            warnings.warn("invalid pattern (%s) passed to Regex" % self.pattern,
                SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)
            raise

        self.name = _ustr(self)
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg
        self.mayIndexError = False
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        result = instring[loc] == self.firstQuoteChar and self.re.match(instring,loc) or None
        if not result:
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc

        loc = result.end()
        ret = result.group()

        if self.unquoteResults:

            # strip off quotes
            ret = ret[self.quoteCharLen:-self.endQuoteCharLen]

            if isinstance(ret,basestring):
                # replace escaped characters
                if self.escChar:
                    ret = re.sub(self.escCharReplacePattern,"\g<1>",ret)

                # replace escaped quotes
                if self.escQuote:
                    ret = ret.replace(self.escQuote, self.endQuoteChar)

        return loc, ret

    def __str__( self ):
        try:
            return super(QuotedString,self).__str__()
        except:
            pass

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "quoted string, starting with %s ending with %s" % (self.quoteChar, self.endQuoteChar)

        return self.strRepr


01891 class CharsNotIn(Token):
    """Token for matching words composed of characters *not* in a given set.
       Defined with string containing all disallowed characters, and an optional
       minimum, maximum, and/or exact length.  The default value for min is 1 (a
       minimum value < 1 is not valid); the default values for max and exact
       are 0, meaning no maximum or exact length restriction.
    """
    def __init__( self, notChars, min=1, max=0, exact=0 ):
        super(CharsNotIn,self).__init__()
        self.skipWhitespace = False
        self.notChars = notChars

        if min < 1:
            raise ValueError("cannot specify a minimum length < 1; use Optional(CharsNotIn()) if zero-length char group is permitted")

        self.minLen = min

        if max > 0:
            self.maxLen = max
        else:
            self.maxLen = _MAX_INT

        if exact > 0:
            self.maxLen = exact
            self.minLen = exact

        self.name = _ustr(self)
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        self.mayReturnEmpty = ( self.minLen == 0 )
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg
        self.mayIndexError = False

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if instring[loc] in self.notChars:
            #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc

        start = loc
        loc += 1
        notchars = self.notChars
        maxlen = min( start+self.maxLen, len(instring) )
        while loc < maxlen and \
              (instring[loc] not in notchars):
            loc += 1

        if loc - start < self.minLen:
            #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc

        return loc, instring[start:loc]

    def __str__( self ):
        try:
            return super(CharsNotIn, self).__str__()
        except:
            pass

        if self.strRepr is None:
            if len(self.notChars) > 4:
                self.strRepr = "!W:(%s...)" % self.notChars[:4]
            else:
                self.strRepr = "!W:(%s)" % self.notChars

        return self.strRepr

01962 class White(Token):
    """Special matching class for matching whitespace.  Normally, whitespace is ignored
       by pyparsing grammars.  This class is included when some whitespace structures
       are significant.  Define with a string containing the whitespace characters to be
       matched; default is " \\t\\n".  Also takes optional min, max, and exact arguments,
       as defined for the Word class."""
    whiteStrs = {
        " " : "<SPC>",
        "\t": "<TAB>",
        "\n": "<LF>",
        "\r": "<CR>",
        "\f": "<FF>",
        }
    def __init__(self, ws=" \t\r\n", min=1, max=0, exact=0):
        super(White,self).__init__()
        self.matchWhite = ws
        self.setWhitespaceChars( "".join([c for c in self.whiteChars if c not in self.matchWhite]) )
        #~ self.leaveWhitespace()
        self.name = ("".join([White.whiteStrs[c] for c in self.matchWhite]))
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True
        self.errmsg = "Expected " + self.name
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg

        self.minLen = min

        if max > 0:
            self.maxLen = max
        else:
            self.maxLen = _MAX_INT

        if exact > 0:
            self.maxLen = exact
            self.minLen = exact

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if not(instring[ loc ] in self.matchWhite):
            #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc
        start = loc
        loc += 1
        maxloc = start + self.maxLen
        maxloc = min( maxloc, len(instring) )
        while loc < maxloc and instring[loc] in self.matchWhite:
            loc += 1

        if loc - start < self.minLen:
            #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, self.errmsg )
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc

        return loc, instring[start:loc]


02020 class _PositionToken(Token):
    def __init__( self ):
        super(_PositionToken,self).__init__()
        self.name=self.__class__.__name__
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True
        self.mayIndexError = False

02027 class GoToColumn(_PositionToken):
    """Token to advance to a specific column of input text; useful for tabular report scraping."""
    def __init__( self, colno ):
        super(GoToColumn,self).__init__()
        self.col = colno

    def preParse( self, instring, loc ):
        if col(loc,instring) != self.col:
            instrlen = len(instring)
            if self.ignoreExprs:
                loc = self._skipIgnorables( instring, loc )
            while loc < instrlen and instring[loc].isspace() and col( loc, instring ) != self.col :
                loc += 1
        return loc

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        thiscol = col( loc, instring )
        if thiscol > self.col:
            raise ParseException( instring, loc, "Text not in expected column", self )
        newloc = loc + self.col - thiscol
        ret = instring[ loc: newloc ]
        return newloc, ret

02050 class LineStart(_PositionToken):
    """Matches if current position is at the beginning of a line within the parse string"""
    def __init__( self ):
        super(LineStart,self).__init__()
        self.setWhitespaceChars( ParserElement.DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS.replace("\n","") )
        self.errmsg = "Expected start of line"
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg

    def preParse( self, instring, loc ):
        preloc = super(LineStart,self).preParse(instring,loc)
        if instring[preloc] == "\n":
            loc += 1
        return loc

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if not( loc==0 or
            (loc == self.preParse( instring, 0 )) or
            (instring[loc-1] == "\n") ): #col(loc, instring) != 1:
            #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, "Expected start of line" )
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc
        return loc, []

02075 class LineEnd(_PositionToken):
    """Matches if current position is at the end of a line within the parse string"""
    def __init__( self ):
        super(LineEnd,self).__init__()
        self.setWhitespaceChars( ParserElement.DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS.replace("\n","") )
        self.errmsg = "Expected end of line"
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if loc<len(instring):
            if instring[loc] == "\n":
                return loc+1, "\n"
            else:
                #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, "Expected end of line" )
                exc = self.myException
                exc.loc = loc
                exc.pstr = instring
                raise exc
        elif loc == len(instring):
            return loc+1, []
        else:
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc

02101 class StringStart(_PositionToken):
    """Matches if current position is at the beginning of the parse string"""
    def __init__( self ):
        super(StringStart,self).__init__()
        self.errmsg = "Expected start of text"
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if loc != 0:
            # see if entire string up to here is just whitespace and ignoreables
            if loc != self.preParse( instring, 0 ):
                #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, "Expected start of text" )
                exc = self.myException
                exc.loc = loc
                exc.pstr = instring
                raise exc
        return loc, []

02119 class StringEnd(_PositionToken):
    """Matches if current position is at the end of the parse string"""
    def __init__( self ):
        super(StringEnd,self).__init__()
        self.errmsg = "Expected end of text"
        #self.myException.msg = self.errmsg

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if loc < len(instring):
            #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, "Expected end of text" )
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc
        elif loc == len(instring):
            return loc+1, []
        elif loc > len(instring):
            return loc, []
        else:
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc

02143 class WordStart(_PositionToken):
    """Matches if the current position is at the beginning of a Word, and
       is not preceded by any character in a given set of wordChars
       (default=printables). To emulate the \b behavior of regular expressions,
       use WordStart(alphanums). WordStart will also match at the beginning of
       the string being parsed, or at the beginning of a line.
    """
    def __init__(self, wordChars = printables):
        super(WordStart,self).__init__()
        self.wordChars = _str2dict(wordChars)
        self.errmsg = "Not at the start of a word"

    def parseImpl(self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if loc != 0:
            if (instring[loc-1] in self.wordChars or
                instring[loc] not in self.wordChars):
                exc = self.myException
                exc.loc = loc
                exc.pstr = instring
                raise exc
        return loc, []

02165 class WordEnd(_PositionToken):
    """Matches if the current position is at the end of a Word, and
       is not followed by any character in a given set of wordChars
       (default=printables). To emulate the \b behavior of regular expressions,
       use WordEnd(alphanums). WordEnd will also match at the end of
       the string being parsed, or at the end of a line.
    """
    def __init__(self, wordChars = printables):
        super(WordEnd,self).__init__()
        self.wordChars = _str2dict(wordChars)
        self.skipWhitespace = False
        self.errmsg = "Not at the end of a word"

    def parseImpl(self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        instrlen = len(instring)
        if instrlen>0 and loc<instrlen:
            if (instring[loc] in self.wordChars or
                instring[loc-1] not in self.wordChars):
                #~ raise ParseException( instring, loc, "Expected end of word" )
                exc = self.myException
                exc.loc = loc
                exc.pstr = instring
                raise exc
        return loc, []


02191 class ParseExpression(ParserElement):
    """Abstract subclass of ParserElement, for combining and post-processing parsed tokens."""
    def __init__( self, exprs, savelist = False ):
        super(ParseExpression,self).__init__(savelist)
        if isinstance( exprs, list ):
            self.exprs = exprs
        elif isinstance( exprs, basestring ):
            self.exprs = [ Literal( exprs ) ]
        else:
            self.exprs = [ exprs ]
        self.callPreparse = False

    def __getitem__( self, i ):
        return self.exprs[i]

    def append( self, other ):
        self.exprs.append( other )
        self.strRepr = None
        return self

02211     def leaveWhitespace( self ):
        """Extends leaveWhitespace defined in base class, and also invokes leaveWhitespace on
           all contained expressions."""
        self.skipWhitespace = False
        self.exprs = [ e.copy() for e in self.exprs ]
        for e in self.exprs:
            e.leaveWhitespace()
        return self

02220     def ignore( self, other ):
        if isinstance( other, Suppress ):
            if other not in self.ignoreExprs:
                super( ParseExpression, self).ignore( other )
                for e in self.exprs:
                    e.ignore( self.ignoreExprs[-1] )
        else:
            super( ParseExpression, self).ignore( other )
            for e in self.exprs:
                e.ignore( self.ignoreExprs[-1] )
        return self

    def __str__( self ):
        try:
            return super(ParseExpression,self).__str__()
        except:
            pass

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "%s:(%s)" % ( self.__class__.__name__, _ustr(self.exprs) )
        return self.strRepr

    def streamline( self ):
        super(ParseExpression,self).streamline()

        for e in self.exprs:
            e.streamline()

        # collapse nested And's of the form And( And( And( a,b), c), d) to And( a,b,c,d )
        # but only if there are no parse actions or resultsNames on the nested And's
        # (likewise for Or's and MatchFirst's)
        if ( len(self.exprs) == 2 ):
            other = self.exprs[0]
            if ( isinstance( other, self.__class__ ) and
                  not(other.parseAction) and
                  other.resultsName is None and
                  not other.debug ):
                self.exprs = other.exprs[:] + [ self.exprs[1] ]
                self.strRepr = None
                self.mayReturnEmpty |= other.mayReturnEmpty
                self.mayIndexError  |= other.mayIndexError

            other = self.exprs[-1]
            if ( isinstance( other, self.__class__ ) and
                  not(other.parseAction) and
                  other.resultsName is None and
                  not other.debug ):
                self.exprs = self.exprs[:-1] + other.exprs[:]
                self.strRepr = None
                self.mayReturnEmpty |= other.mayReturnEmpty
                self.mayIndexError  |= other.mayIndexError

        return self

02274     def setResultsName( self, name, listAllMatches=False ):
        ret = super(ParseExpression,self).setResultsName(name,listAllMatches)
        return ret

02278     def validate( self, validateTrace=[] ):
        tmp = validateTrace[:]+[self]
        for e in self.exprs:
            e.validate(tmp)
        self.checkRecursion( [] )

02284 class And(ParseExpression):
    """Requires all given ParseExpressions to be found in the given order.
       Expressions may be separated by whitespace.
       May be constructed using the '+' operator.
    """

02290     class _ErrorStop(Empty):
        def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
            super(Empty,self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
            self.leaveWhitespace()

    def __init__( self, exprs, savelist = True ):
        super(And,self).__init__(exprs, savelist)
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True
        for e in self.exprs:
            if not e.mayReturnEmpty:
                self.mayReturnEmpty = False
                break
        self.setWhitespaceChars( exprs[0].whiteChars )
        self.skipWhitespace = exprs[0].skipWhitespace
        self.callPreparse = True

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        # pass False as last arg to _parse for first element, since we already
        # pre-parsed the string as part of our And pre-parsing
        loc, resultlist = self.exprs[0]._parse( instring, loc, doActions, callPreParse=False )
        errorStop = False
        for e in self.exprs[1:]:
            if isinstance(e, And._ErrorStop):
                errorStop = True
                continue
            if errorStop:
                try:
                    loc, exprtokens = e._parse( instring, loc, doActions )
                except ParseSyntaxException:
                    raise
                except ParseBaseException, pe:
                    raise ParseSyntaxException(pe)
                except IndexError, ie:
                    raise ParseSyntaxException( ParseException(instring, len(instring), self.errmsg, self) )
            else:
                loc, exprtokens = e._parse( instring, loc, doActions )
            if exprtokens or exprtokens.keys():
                resultlist += exprtokens
        return loc, resultlist

    def __iadd__(self, other ):
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        return self.append( other ) #And( [ self, other ] )

    def checkRecursion( self, parseElementList ):
        subRecCheckList = parseElementList[:] + [ self ]
        for e in self.exprs:
            e.checkRecursion( subRecCheckList )
            if not e.mayReturnEmpty:
                break

    def __str__( self ):
        if hasattr(self,"name"):
            return self.name

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "{" + " ".join( [ _ustr(e) for e in self.exprs ] ) + "}"

        return self.strRepr


02352 class Or(ParseExpression):
    """Requires that at least one ParseExpression is found.
       If two expressions match, the expression that matches the longest string will be used.
       May be constructed using the '^' operator.
    """
    def __init__( self, exprs, savelist = False ):
        super(Or,self).__init__(exprs, savelist)
        self.mayReturnEmpty = False
        for e in self.exprs:
            if e.mayReturnEmpty:
                self.mayReturnEmpty = True
                break

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        maxExcLoc = -1
        maxMatchLoc = -1
        maxException = None
        for e in self.exprs:
            try:
                loc2 = e.tryParse( instring, loc )
            except ParseException, err:
                if err.loc > maxExcLoc:
                    maxException = err
                    maxExcLoc = err.loc
            except IndexError:
                if len(instring) > maxExcLoc:
                    maxException = ParseException(instring,len(instring),e.errmsg,self)
                    maxExcLoc = len(instring)
            else:
                if loc2 > maxMatchLoc:
                    maxMatchLoc = loc2
                    maxMatchExp = e

        if maxMatchLoc < 0:
            if maxException is not None:
                raise maxException
            else:
                raise ParseException(instring, loc, "no defined alternatives to match", self)

        return maxMatchExp._parse( instring, loc, doActions )

    def __ixor__(self, other ):
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        return self.append( other ) #Or( [ self, other ] )

    def __str__( self ):
        if hasattr(self,"name"):
            return self.name

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "{" + " ^ ".join( [ _ustr(e) for e in self.exprs ] ) + "}"

        return self.strRepr

    def checkRecursion( self, parseElementList ):
        subRecCheckList = parseElementList[:] + [ self ]
        for e in self.exprs:
            e.checkRecursion( subRecCheckList )


02413 class MatchFirst(ParseExpression):
    """Requires that at least one ParseExpression is found.
       If two expressions match, the first one listed is the one that will match.
       May be constructed using the '|' operator.
    """
    def __init__( self, exprs, savelist = False ):
        super(MatchFirst,self).__init__(exprs, savelist)
        if exprs:
            self.mayReturnEmpty = False
            for e in self.exprs:
                if e.mayReturnEmpty:
                    self.mayReturnEmpty = True
                    break
        else:
            self.mayReturnEmpty = True

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        maxExcLoc = -1
        maxException = None
        for e in self.exprs:
            try:
                ret = e._parse( instring, loc, doActions )
                return ret
            except ParseException, err:
                if err.loc > maxExcLoc:
                    maxException = err
                    maxExcLoc = err.loc
            except IndexError:
                if len(instring) > maxExcLoc:
                    maxException = ParseException(instring,len(instring),e.errmsg,self)
                    maxExcLoc = len(instring)

        # only got here if no expression matched, raise exception for match that made it the furthest
        else:
            if maxException is not None:
                raise maxException
            else:
                raise ParseException(instring, loc, "no defined alternatives to match", self)

    def __ior__(self, other ):
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal( other )
        return self.append( other ) #MatchFirst( [ self, other ] )

    def __str__( self ):
        if hasattr(self,"name"):
            return self.name

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "{" + " | ".join( [ _ustr(e) for e in self.exprs ] ) + "}"

        return self.strRepr

    def checkRecursion( self, parseElementList ):
        subRecCheckList = parseElementList[:] + [ self ]
        for e in self.exprs:
            e.checkRecursion( subRecCheckList )


02472 class Each(ParseExpression):
    """Requires all given ParseExpressions to be found, but in any order.
       Expressions may be separated by whitespace.
       May be constructed using the '&' operator.
    """
    def __init__( self, exprs, savelist = True ):
        super(Each,self).__init__(exprs, savelist)
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True
        for e in self.exprs:
            if not e.mayReturnEmpty:
                self.mayReturnEmpty = False
                break
        self.skipWhitespace = True
        self.initExprGroups = True

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if self.initExprGroups:
            self.optionals = [ e.expr for e in self.exprs if isinstance(e,Optional) ]
            self.multioptionals = [ e.expr for e in self.exprs if isinstance(e,ZeroOrMore) ]
            self.multirequired = [ e.expr for e in self.exprs if isinstance(e,OneOrMore) ]
            self.required = [ e for e in self.exprs if not isinstance(e,(Optional,ZeroOrMore,OneOrMore)) ]
            self.required += self.multirequired
            self.initExprGroups = False
        tmpLoc = loc
        tmpReqd = self.required[:]
        tmpOpt  = self.optionals[:]
        matchOrder = []

        keepMatching = True
        while keepMatching:
            tmpExprs = tmpReqd + tmpOpt + self.multioptionals + self.multirequired
            failed = []
            for e in tmpExprs:
                try:
                    tmpLoc = e.tryParse( instring, tmpLoc )
                except ParseException:
                    failed.append(e)
                else:
                    matchOrder.append(e)
                    if e in tmpReqd:
                        tmpReqd.remove(e)
                    elif e in tmpOpt:
                        tmpOpt.remove(e)
            if len(failed) == len(tmpExprs):
                keepMatching = False

        if tmpReqd:
            missing = ", ".join( [ _ustr(e) for e in tmpReqd ] )
            raise ParseException(instring,loc,"Missing one or more required elements (%s)" % missing )

        # add any unmatched Optionals, in case they have default values defined
        matchOrder += [ e for e in self.exprs if isinstance(e,Optional) and e.expr in tmpOpt ]

        resultlist = []
        for e in matchOrder:
            loc,results = e._parse(instring,loc,doActions)
            resultlist.append(results)

        finalResults = ParseResults([])
        for r in resultlist:
            dups = {}
            for k in r.keys():
                if k in finalResults.keys():
                    tmp = ParseResults(finalResults[k])
                    tmp += ParseResults(r[k])
                    dups[k] = tmp
            finalResults += ParseResults(r)
            for k,v in dups.items():
                finalResults[k] = v
        return loc, finalResults

    def __str__( self ):
        if hasattr(self,"name"):
            return self.name

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "{" + " & ".join( [ _ustr(e) for e in self.exprs ] ) + "}"

        return self.strRepr

    def checkRecursion( self, parseElementList ):
        subRecCheckList = parseElementList[:] + [ self ]
        for e in self.exprs:
            e.checkRecursion( subRecCheckList )


02558 class ParseElementEnhance(ParserElement):
    """Abstract subclass of ParserElement, for combining and post-processing parsed tokens."""
    def __init__( self, expr, savelist=False ):
        super(ParseElementEnhance,self).__init__(savelist)
        if isinstance( expr, basestring ):
            expr = Literal(expr)
        self.expr = expr
        self.strRepr = None
        if expr is not None:
            self.mayIndexError = expr.mayIndexError
            self.mayReturnEmpty = expr.mayReturnEmpty
            self.setWhitespaceChars( expr.whiteChars )
            self.skipWhitespace = expr.skipWhitespace
            self.saveAsList = expr.saveAsList
            self.callPreparse = expr.callPreparse
            self.ignoreExprs.extend(expr.ignoreExprs)

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        if self.expr is not None:
            return self.expr._parse( instring, loc, doActions, callPreParse=False )
        else:
            raise ParseException("",loc,self.errmsg,self)

02581     def leaveWhitespace( self ):
        self.skipWhitespace = False
        self.expr = self.expr.copy()
        if self.expr is not None:
            self.expr.leaveWhitespace()
        return self

02588     def ignore( self, other ):
        if isinstance( other, Suppress ):
            if other not in self.ignoreExprs:
                super( ParseElementEnhance, self).ignore( other )
                if self.expr is not None:
                    self.expr.ignore( self.ignoreExprs[-1] )
        else:
            super( ParseElementEnhance, self).ignore( other )
            if self.expr is not None:
                self.expr.ignore( self.ignoreExprs[-1] )
        return self

    def streamline( self ):
        super(ParseElementEnhance,self).streamline()
        if self.expr is not None:
            self.expr.streamline()
        return self

    def checkRecursion( self, parseElementList ):
        if self in parseElementList:
            raise RecursiveGrammarException( parseElementList+[self] )
        subRecCheckList = parseElementList[:] + [ self ]
        if self.expr is not None:
            self.expr.checkRecursion( subRecCheckList )

02613     def validate( self, validateTrace=[] ):
        tmp = validateTrace[:]+[self]
        if self.expr is not None:
            self.expr.validate(tmp)
        self.checkRecursion( [] )

    def __str__( self ):
        try:
            return super(ParseElementEnhance,self).__str__()
        except:
            pass

        if self.strRepr is None and self.expr is not None:
            self.strRepr = "%s:(%s)" % ( self.__class__.__name__, _ustr(self.expr) )
        return self.strRepr


02630 class FollowedBy(ParseElementEnhance):
    """Lookahead matching of the given parse expression.  FollowedBy
    does *not* advance the parsing position within the input string, it only
    verifies that the specified parse expression matches at the current
    position.  FollowedBy always returns a null token list."""
    def __init__( self, expr ):
        super(FollowedBy,self).__init__(expr)
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        self.expr.tryParse( instring, loc )
        return loc, []


02644 class NotAny(ParseElementEnhance):
    """Lookahead to disallow matching with the given parse expression.  NotAny
    does *not* advance the parsing position within the input string, it only
    verifies that the specified parse expression does *not* match at the current
    position.  Also, NotAny does *not* skip over leading whitespace. NotAny
    always returns a null token list.  May be constructed using the '~' operator."""
    def __init__( self, expr ):
        super(NotAny,self).__init__(expr)
        #~ self.leaveWhitespace()
        self.skipWhitespace = False  # do NOT use self.leaveWhitespace(), don't want to propagate to exprs
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True
        self.errmsg = "Found unwanted token, "+_ustr(self.expr)
        #self.myException = ParseException("",0,self.errmsg,self)

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        try:
            self.expr.tryParse( instring, loc )
        except (ParseException,IndexError):
            pass
        else:
            #~ raise ParseException(instring, loc, self.errmsg )
            exc = self.myException
            exc.loc = loc
            exc.pstr = instring
            raise exc
        return loc, []

    def __str__( self ):
        if hasattr(self,"name"):
            return self.name

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "~{" + _ustr(self.expr) + "}"

        return self.strRepr


02681 class ZeroOrMore(ParseElementEnhance):
    """Optional repetition of zero or more of the given expression."""
    def __init__( self, expr ):
        super(ZeroOrMore,self).__init__(expr)
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        tokens = []
        try:
            loc, tokens = self.expr._parse( instring, loc, doActions, callPreParse=False )
            hasIgnoreExprs = ( len(self.ignoreExprs) > 0 )
            while 1:
                if hasIgnoreExprs:
                    preloc = self._skipIgnorables( instring, loc )
                else:
                    preloc = loc
                loc, tmptokens = self.expr._parse( instring, preloc, doActions )
                if tmptokens or tmptokens.keys():
                    tokens += tmptokens
        except (ParseException,IndexError):
            pass

        return loc, tokens

    def __str__( self ):
        if hasattr(self,"name"):
            return self.name

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "[" + _ustr(self.expr) + "]..."

        return self.strRepr

02714     def setResultsName( self, name, listAllMatches=False ):
        ret = super(ZeroOrMore,self).setResultsName(name,listAllMatches)
        ret.saveAsList = True
        return ret


02720 class OneOrMore(ParseElementEnhance):
    """Repetition of one or more of the given expression."""
    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        # must be at least one
        loc, tokens = self.expr._parse( instring, loc, doActions, callPreParse=False )
        try:
            hasIgnoreExprs = ( len(self.ignoreExprs) > 0 )
            while 1:
                if hasIgnoreExprs:
                    preloc = self._skipIgnorables( instring, loc )
                else:
                    preloc = loc
                loc, tmptokens = self.expr._parse( instring, preloc, doActions )
                if tmptokens or tmptokens.keys():
                    tokens += tmptokens
        except (ParseException,IndexError):
            pass

        return loc, tokens

    def __str__( self ):
        if hasattr(self,"name"):
            return self.name

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "{" + _ustr(self.expr) + "}..."

        return self.strRepr

02749     def setResultsName( self, name, listAllMatches=False ):
        ret = super(OneOrMore,self).setResultsName(name,listAllMatches)
        ret.saveAsList = True
        return ret

02754 class _NullToken(object):
    def __bool__(self):
        return False
    __nonzero__ = __bool__
    def __str__(self):
        return ""

_optionalNotMatched = _NullToken()
02762 class Optional(ParseElementEnhance):
    """Optional matching of the given expression.
       A default return string can also be specified, if the optional expression
       is not found.
    """
    def __init__( self, exprs, default=_optionalNotMatched ):
        super(Optional,self).__init__( exprs, savelist=False )
        self.defaultValue = default
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        try:
            loc, tokens = self.expr._parse( instring, loc, doActions, callPreParse=False )
        except (ParseException,IndexError):
            if self.defaultValue is not _optionalNotMatched:
                if self.expr.resultsName:
                    tokens = ParseResults([ self.defaultValue ])
                    tokens[self.expr.resultsName] = self.defaultValue
                else:
                    tokens = [ self.defaultValue ]
            else:
                tokens = []
        return loc, tokens

    def __str__( self ):
        if hasattr(self,"name"):
            return self.name

        if self.strRepr is None:
            self.strRepr = "[" + _ustr(self.expr) + "]"

        return self.strRepr


02796 class SkipTo(ParseElementEnhance):
    """Token for skipping over all undefined text until the matched expression is found.
       If include is set to true, the matched expression is also consumed.  The ignore
       argument is used to define grammars (typically quoted strings and comments) that
       might contain false matches.
    """
    def __init__( self, other, include=False, ignore=None, failOn=None ):
        super( SkipTo, self ).__init__( other )
        if ignore is not None:
            self.expr = self.expr.copy()
            self.expr.ignore(ignore)
        self.mayReturnEmpty = True
        self.mayIndexError = False
        self.includeMatch = include
        self.asList = False
        if failOn is not None and isinstance(failOn, basestring):
            self.failOn = Literal(failOn)
        else:
            self.failOn = failOn
        self.errmsg = "No match found for "+_ustr(self.expr)
        #self.myException = ParseException("",0,self.errmsg,self)

    def parseImpl( self, instring, loc, doActions=True ):
        startLoc = loc
        instrlen = len(instring)
        expr = self.expr
        failParse = False
        while loc <= instrlen:
            try:
                if self.failOn:
                    failParse = True
                    self.failOn.tryParse(instring, loc)
                    failParse = False
                loc = expr._skipIgnorables( instring, loc )
                expr._parse( instring, loc, doActions=False, callPreParse=False )
                skipText = instring[startLoc:loc]
                if self.includeMatch:
                    loc,mat = expr._parse(instring,loc,doActions,callPreParse=False)
                    if mat:
                        skipRes = ParseResults( skipText )
                        skipRes += mat
                        return loc, [ skipRes ]
                    else:
                        return loc, [ skipText ]
                else:
                    return loc, [ skipText ]
            except (ParseException,IndexError):
                if failParse:
                    raise
                else:
                    loc += 1
        exc = self.myException
        exc.loc = loc
        exc.pstr = instring
        raise exc

02852 class Forward(ParseElementEnhance):
    """Forward declaration of an expression to be defined later -
       used for recursive grammars, such as algebraic infix notation.
       When the expression is known, it is assigned to the Forward variable using the '<<' operator.

       Note: take care when assigning to Forward not to overlook precedence of operators.
       Specifically, '|' has a lower precedence than '<<', so that::
          fwdExpr << a | b | c
       will actually be evaluated as::
          (fwdExpr << a) | b | c
       thereby leaving b and c out as parseable alternatives.  It is recommended that you
       explicitly group the values inserted into the Forward::
          fwdExpr << (a | b | c)
    """
    def __init__( self, other=None ):
        super(Forward,self).__init__( other, savelist=False )

    def __lshift__( self, other ):
        if isinstance( other, basestring ):
            other = Literal(other)
        self.expr = other
        self.mayReturnEmpty = other.mayReturnEmpty
        self.strRepr = None
        self.mayIndexError = self.expr.mayIndexError
        self.mayReturnEmpty = self.expr.mayReturnEmpty
        self.setWhitespaceChars( self.expr.whiteChars )
        self.skipWhitespace = self.expr.skipWhitespace
        self.saveAsList = self.expr.saveAsList
        self.ignoreExprs.extend(self.expr.ignoreExprs)
        return None

02883     def leaveWhitespace( self ):
        self.skipWhitespace = False
        return self

    def streamline( self ):
        if not self.streamlined:
            self.streamlined = True
            if self.expr is not None:
                self.expr.streamline()
        return self

02894     def validate( self, validateTrace=[] ):
        if self not in validateTrace:
            tmp = validateTrace[:]+[self]
            if self.expr is not None:
                self.expr.validate(tmp)
        self.checkRecursion([])

    def __str__( self ):
        if hasattr(self,"name"):
            return self.name

        self._revertClass = self.__class__
        self.__class__ = _ForwardNoRecurse
        try:
            if self.expr is not None:
                retString = _ustr(self.expr)
            else:
                retString = "None"
        finally:
            self.__class__ = self._revertClass
        return self.__class__.__name__ + ": " + retString

02916     def copy(self):
        if self.expr is not None:
            return super(Forward,self).copy()
        else:
            ret = Forward()
            ret << self
            return ret

02924 class _ForwardNoRecurse(Forward):
    def __str__( self ):
        return "..."

02928 class TokenConverter(ParseElementEnhance):
    """Abstract subclass of ParseExpression, for converting parsed results."""
    def __init__( self, expr, savelist=False ):
        super(TokenConverter,self).__init__( expr )#, savelist )
        self.saveAsList = False

02934 class Upcase(TokenConverter):
    """Converter to upper case all matching tokens."""
    def __init__(self, *args):
        super(Upcase,self).__init__(*args)
        warnings.warn("Upcase class is deprecated, use upcaseTokens parse action instead",
                       DeprecationWarning,stacklevel=2)

    def postParse( self, instring, loc, tokenlist ):
        return list(map( string.upper, tokenlist ))


02945 class Combine(TokenConverter):
    """Converter to concatenate all matching tokens to a single string.
       By default, the matching patterns must also be contiguous in the input string;
       this can be disabled by specifying 'adjacent=False' in the constructor.
    """
    def __init__( self, expr, joinString="", adjacent=True ):
        super(Combine,self).__init__( expr )
        # suppress whitespace-stripping in contained parse expressions, but re-enable it on the Combine itself
        if adjacent:
            self.leaveWhitespace()
        self.adjacent = adjacent
        self.skipWhitespace = True
        self.joinString = joinString

02959     def ignore( self, other ):
        if self.adjacent:
            ParserElement.ignore(self, other)
        else:
            super( Combine, self).ignore( other )
        return self

    def postParse( self, instring, loc, tokenlist ):
        retToks = tokenlist.copy()
        del retToks[:]
        retToks += ParseResults([ "".join(tokenlist._asStringList(self.joinString)) ], modal=self.modalResults)

        if self.resultsName and len(retToks.keys())>0:
            return [ retToks ]
        else:
            return retToks

02976 class Group(TokenConverter):
    """Converter to return the matched tokens as a list - useful for returning tokens of ZeroOrMore and OneOrMore expressions."""
    def __init__( self, expr ):
        super(Group,self).__init__( expr )
        self.saveAsList = True

    def postParse( self, instring, loc, tokenlist ):
        return [ tokenlist ]

02985 class Dict(TokenConverter):
    """Converter to return a repetitive expression as a list, but also as a dictionary.
       Each element can also be referenced using the first token in the expression as its key.
       Useful for tabular report scraping when the first column can be used as a item key.
    """
    def __init__( self, exprs ):
        super(Dict,self).__init__( exprs )
        self.saveAsList = True

    def postParse( self, instring, loc, tokenlist ):
        for i,tok in enumerate(tokenlist):
            if len(tok) == 0:
                continue
            ikey = tok[0]
            if isinstance(ikey,int):
                ikey = _ustr(tok[0]).strip()
            if len(tok)==1:
                tokenlist[ikey] = _ParseResultsWithOffset("",i)
            elif len(tok)==2 and not isinstance(tok[1],ParseResults):
                tokenlist[ikey] = _ParseResultsWithOffset(tok[1],i)
            else:
                dictvalue = tok.copy() #ParseResults(i)
                del dictvalue[0]
                if len(dictvalue)!= 1 or (isinstance(dictvalue,ParseResults) and dictvalue.keys()):
                    tokenlist[ikey] = _ParseResultsWithOffset(dictvalue,i)
                else:
                    tokenlist[ikey] = _ParseResultsWithOffset(dictvalue[0],i)

        if self.resultsName:
            return [ tokenlist ]
        else:
            return tokenlist


03019 class Suppress(TokenConverter):
    """Converter for ignoring the results of a parsed expression."""
    def postParse( self, instring, loc, tokenlist ):
        return []

03024     def suppress( self ):
        return self


03028 class OnlyOnce(object):
    """Wrapper for parse actions, to ensure they are only called once."""
    def __init__(self, methodCall):
        self.callable = ParserElement._normalizeParseActionArgs(methodCall)
        self.called = False
    def __call__(self,s,l,t):
        if not self.called:
            results = self.callable(s,l,t)
            self.called = True
            return results
        raise ParseException(s,l,"")
    def reset(self):
        self.called = False

def traceParseAction(f):
    """Decorator for debugging parse actions."""
    f = ParserElement._normalizeParseActionArgs(f)
    def z(*paArgs):
        thisFunc = f.func_name
        s,l,t = paArgs[-3:]
        if len(paArgs)>3:
            thisFunc = paArgs[0].__class__.__name__ + '.' + thisFunc
        sys.stderr.write( ">>entering %s(line: '%s', %d, %s)\n" % (thisFunc,line(l,s),l,t) )
        try:
            ret = f(*paArgs)
        except Exception, exc:
            sys.stderr.write( "<<leaving %s (exception: %s)\n" % (thisFunc,exc) )
            raise
        sys.stderr.write( "<<leaving %s (ret: %s)\n" % (thisFunc,ret) )
        return ret
    try:
        z.__name__ = f.__name__
    except AttributeError:
        pass
    return z

#
# global helpers
#
def delimitedList( expr, delim=",", combine=False ):
    """Helper to define a delimited list of expressions - the delimiter defaults to ','.
       By default, the list elements and delimiters can have intervening whitespace, and
       comments, but this can be overridden by passing 'combine=True' in the constructor.
       If combine is set to True, the matching tokens are returned as a single token
       string, with the delimiters included; otherwise, the matching tokens are returned
       as a list of tokens, with the delimiters suppressed.
    """
    dlName = _ustr(expr)+" ["+_ustr(delim)+" "+_ustr(expr)+"]..."
    if combine:
        return Combine( expr + ZeroOrMore( delim + expr ) ).setName(dlName)
    else:
        return ( expr + ZeroOrMore( Suppress( delim ) + expr ) ).setName(dlName)

def countedArray( expr ):
    """Helper to define a counted list of expressions.
       This helper defines a pattern of the form::
           integer expr expr expr...
       where the leading integer tells how many expr expressions follow.
       The matched tokens returns the array of expr tokens as a list - the leading count token is suppressed.
    """
    arrayExpr = Forward()
    def countFieldParseAction(s,l,t):
        n = int(t[0])
        arrayExpr << (n and Group(And([expr]*n)) or Group(empty))
        return []
    return ( Word(nums).setName("arrayLen").setParseAction(countFieldParseAction, callDuringTry=True) + arrayExpr )

def _flatten(L):
    if type(L) is not list: return [L]
    if L == []: return L
    return _flatten(L[0]) + _flatten(L[1:])

def matchPreviousLiteral(expr):
    """Helper to define an expression that is indirectly defined from
       the tokens matched in a previous expression, that is, it looks
       for a 'repeat' of a previous expression.  For example::
           first = Word(nums)
           second = matchPreviousLiteral(first)
           matchExpr = first + ":" + second
       will match "1:1", but not "1:2".  Because this matches a
       previous literal, will also match the leading "1:1" in "1:10".
       If this is not desired, use matchPreviousExpr.
       Do *not* use with packrat parsing enabled.
    """
    rep = Forward()
    def copyTokenToRepeater(s,l,t):
        if t:
            if len(t) == 1:
                rep << t[0]
            else:
                # flatten t tokens
                tflat = _flatten(t.asList())
                rep << And( [ Literal(tt) for tt in tflat ] )
        else:
            rep << Empty()
    expr.addParseAction(copyTokenToRepeater, callDuringTry=True)
    return rep

def matchPreviousExpr(expr):
    """Helper to define an expression that is indirectly defined from
       the tokens matched in a previous expression, that is, it looks
       for a 'repeat' of a previous expression.  For example::
           first = Word(nums)
           second = matchPreviousExpr(first)
           matchExpr = first + ":" + second
       will match "1:1", but not "1:2".  Because this matches by
       expressions, will *not* match the leading "1:1" in "1:10";
       the expressions are evaluated first, and then compared, so
       "1" is compared with "10".
       Do *not* use with packrat parsing enabled.
    """
    rep = Forward()
    e2 = expr.copy()
    rep << e2
    def copyTokenToRepeater(s,l,t):
        matchTokens = _flatten(t.asList())
        def mustMatchTheseTokens(s,l,t):
            theseTokens = _flatten(t.asList())
            if  theseTokens != matchTokens:
                raise ParseException("",0,"")
        rep.setParseAction( mustMatchTheseTokens, callDuringTry=True )
    expr.addParseAction(copyTokenToRepeater, callDuringTry=True)
    return rep

def _escapeRegexRangeChars(s):
    #~  escape these chars: ^-]
    for c in r"\^-]":
        s = s.replace(c,_bslash+c)
    s = s.replace("\n",r"\n")
    s = s.replace("\t",r"\t")
    return _ustr(s)

def oneOf( strs, caseless=False, useRegex=True ):
    """Helper to quickly define a set of alternative Literals, and makes sure to do
       longest-first testing when there is a conflict, regardless of the input order,
       but returns a MatchFirst for best performance.

       Parameters:
        - strs - a string of space-delimited literals, or a list of string literals
        - caseless - (default=False) - treat all literals as caseless
        - useRegex - (default=True) - as an optimization, will generate a Regex
          object; otherwise, will generate a MatchFirst object (if caseless=True, or
          if creating a Regex raises an exception)
    """
    if caseless:
        isequal = ( lambda a,b: a.upper() == b.upper() )
        masks = ( lambda a,b: b.upper().startswith(a.upper()) )
        parseElementClass = CaselessLiteral
    else:
        isequal = ( lambda a,b: a == b )
        masks = ( lambda a,b: b.startswith(a) )
        parseElementClass = Literal

    if isinstance(strs,(list,tuple)):
        symbols = strs[:]
    elif isinstance(strs,basestring):
        symbols = strs.split()
    else:
        warnings.warn("Invalid argument to oneOf, expected string or list",
                SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)

    i = 0
    while i < len(symbols)-1:
        cur = symbols[i]
        for j,other in enumerate(symbols[i+1:]):
            if ( isequal(other, cur) ):
                del symbols[i+j+1]
                break
            elif ( masks(cur, other) ):
                del symbols[i+j+1]
                symbols.insert(i,other)
                cur = other
                break
        else:
            i += 1

    if not caseless and useRegex:
        #~ print (strs,"->", "|".join( [ _escapeRegexChars(sym) for sym in symbols] ))
        try:
            if len(symbols)==len("".join(symbols)):
                return Regex( "[%s]" % "".join( [ _escapeRegexRangeChars(sym) for sym in symbols] ) )
            else:
                return Regex( "|".join( [ re.escape(sym) for sym in symbols] ) )
        except:
            warnings.warn("Exception creating Regex for oneOf, building MatchFirst",
                    SyntaxWarning, stacklevel=2)


    # last resort, just use MatchFirst
    return MatchFirst( [ parseElementClass(sym) for sym in symbols ] )

def dictOf( key, value ):
    """Helper to easily and clearly define a dictionary by specifying the respective patterns
       for the key and value.  Takes care of defining the Dict, ZeroOrMore, and Group tokens
       in the proper order.  The key pattern can include delimiting markers or punctuation,
       as long as they are suppressed, thereby leaving the significant key text.  The value
       pattern can include named results, so that the Dict results can include named token
       fields.
    """
    return Dict( ZeroOrMore( Group ( key + value ) ) )

def originalTextFor(expr, asString=True):
    """Helper to return the original, untokenized text for a given expression.  Useful to
       restore the parsed fields of an HTML start tag into the raw tag text itself, or to
       revert separate tokens with intervening whitespace back to the original matching
       input text. Simpler to use than the parse action keepOriginalText, and does not
       require the inspect module to chase up the call stack.  By default, returns a
       string containing the original parsed text.

       If the optional asString argument is passed as False, then the return value is a
       ParseResults containing any results names that were originally matched, and a
       single token containing the original matched text from the input string.  So if
       the expression passed to originalTextFor contains expressions with defined
       results names, you must set asString to False if you want to preserve those
       results name values."""
    locMarker = Empty().setParseAction(lambda s,loc,t: loc)
    matchExpr = locMarker("_original_start") + expr + locMarker("_original_end")
    if asString:
        extractText = lambda s,l,t: s[t._original_start:t._original_end]
    else:
        def extractText(s,l,t):
            del t[:]
            t.insert(0, s[t._original_start:t._original_end])
            del t["_original_start"]
            del t["_original_end"]
    matchExpr.setParseAction(extractText)
    return matchExpr

# convenience constants for positional expressions
empty       = Empty().setName("empty")
lineStart   = LineStart().setName("lineStart")
lineEnd     = LineEnd().setName("lineEnd")
stringStart = StringStart().setName("stringStart")
stringEnd   = StringEnd().setName("stringEnd")

_escapedPunc = Word( _bslash, r"\[]-*.$+^?()~ ", exact=2 ).setParseAction(lambda s,l,t:t[0][1])
_printables_less_backslash = "".join([ c for c in printables if c not in  r"\]" ])
_escapedHexChar = Combine( Suppress(_bslash + "0x") + Word(hexnums) ).setParseAction(lambda s,l,t:unichr(int(t[0],16)))
_escapedOctChar = Combine( Suppress(_bslash) + Word("0","01234567") ).setParseAction(lambda s,l,t:unichr(int(t[0],8)))
_singleChar = _escapedPunc | _escapedHexChar | _escapedOctChar | Word(_printables_less_backslash,exact=1)
_charRange = Group(_singleChar + Suppress("-") + _singleChar)
_reBracketExpr = Literal("[") + Optional("^").setResultsName("negate") + Group( OneOrMore( _charRange | _singleChar ) ).setResultsName("body") + "]"

_expanded = lambda p: (isinstance(p,ParseResults) and ''.join([ unichr(c) for c in range(ord(p[0]),ord(p[1])+1) ]) or p)

def srange(s):
    r"""Helper to easily define string ranges for use in Word construction.  Borrows
       syntax from regexp '[]' string range definitions::
          srange("[0-9]")   -> "0123456789"
          srange("[a-z]")   -> "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz"
          srange("[a-z$_]") -> "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz$_"
       The input string must be enclosed in []'s, and the returned string is the expanded
       character set joined into a single string.
       The values enclosed in the []'s may be::
          a single character
          an escaped character with a leading backslash (such as \- or \])
          an escaped hex character with a leading '\0x' (\0x21, which is a '!' character)
          an escaped octal character with a leading '\0' (\041, which is a '!' character)
          a range of any of the above, separated by a dash ('a-z', etc.)
          any combination of the above ('aeiouy', 'a-zA-Z0-9_$', etc.)
    """
    try:
        return "".join([_expanded(part) for part in _reBracketExpr.parseString(s).body])
    except:
        return ""

def matchOnlyAtCol(n):
    """Helper method for defining parse actions that require matching at a specific
       column in the input text.
    """
    def verifyCol(strg,locn,toks):
        if col(locn,strg) != n:
            raise ParseException(strg,locn,"matched token not at column %d" % n)
    return verifyCol

def replaceWith(replStr):
    """Helper method for common parse actions that simply return a literal value.  Especially
       useful when used with transformString().
    """
    def _replFunc(*args):
        return [replStr]
    return _replFunc

def removeQuotes(s,l,t):
    """Helper parse action for removing quotation marks from parsed quoted strings.
       To use, add this parse action to quoted string using::
         quotedString.setParseAction( removeQuotes )
    """
    return t[0][1:-1]

def upcaseTokens(s,l,t):
    """Helper parse action to convert tokens to upper case."""
    return [ tt.upper() for tt in map(_ustr,t) ]

def downcaseTokens(s,l,t):
    """Helper parse action to convert tokens to lower case."""
    return [ tt.lower() for tt in map(_ustr,t) ]

def keepOriginalText(s,startLoc,t):
    """Helper parse action to preserve original parsed text,
       overriding any nested parse actions."""
    try:
        endloc = getTokensEndLoc()
    except ParseException:
        raise ParseFatalException("incorrect usage of keepOriginalText - may only be called as a parse action")
    del t[:]
    t += ParseResults(s[startLoc:endloc])
    return t

def getTokensEndLoc():
    """Method to be called from within a parse action to determine the end
       location of the parsed tokens."""
    import inspect
    fstack = inspect.stack()
    try:
        # search up the stack (through intervening argument normalizers) for correct calling routine
        for f in fstack[2:]:
            if f[3] == "_parseNoCache":
                endloc = f[0].f_locals["loc"]
                return endloc
        else:
            raise ParseFatalException("incorrect usage of getTokensEndLoc - may only be called from within a parse action")
    finally:
        del fstack

def _makeTags(tagStr, xml):
    """Internal helper to construct opening and closing tag expressions, given a tag name"""
    if isinstance(tagStr,basestring):
        resname = tagStr
        tagStr = Keyword(tagStr, caseless=not xml)
    else:
        resname = tagStr.name

    tagAttrName = Word(alphas,alphanums+"_-:")
    if (xml):
        tagAttrValue = dblQuotedString.copy().setParseAction( removeQuotes )
        openTag = Suppress("<") + tagStr + \
                Dict(ZeroOrMore(Group( tagAttrName + Suppress("=") + tagAttrValue ))) + \
                Optional("/",default=[False]).setResultsName("empty").setParseAction(lambda s,l,t:t[0]=='/') + Suppress(">")
    else:
        printablesLessRAbrack = "".join( [ c for c in printables if c not in ">" ] )
        tagAttrValue = quotedString.copy().setParseAction( removeQuotes ) | Word(printablesLessRAbrack)
        openTag = Suppress("<") + tagStr + \
                Dict(ZeroOrMore(Group( tagAttrName.setParseAction(downcaseTokens) + \
                Optional( Suppress("=") + tagAttrValue ) ))) + \
                Optional("/",default=[False]).setResultsName("empty").setParseAction(lambda s,l,t:t[0]=='/') + Suppress(">")
    closeTag = Combine(_L("</") + tagStr + ">")

    openTag = openTag.setResultsName("start"+"".join(resname.replace(":"," ").title().split())).setName("<%s>" % tagStr)
    closeTag = closeTag.setResultsName("end"+"".join(resname.replace(":"," ").title().split())).setName("</%s>" % tagStr)

    return openTag, closeTag

def makeHTMLTags(tagStr):
    """Helper to construct opening and closing tag expressions for HTML, given a tag name"""
    return _makeTags( tagStr, False )

def makeXMLTags(tagStr):
    """Helper to construct opening and closing tag expressions for XML, given a tag name"""
    return _makeTags( tagStr, True )

def withAttribute(*args,**attrDict):
    """Helper to create a validating parse action to be used with start tags created
       with makeXMLTags or makeHTMLTags. Use withAttribute to qualify a starting tag
       with a required attribute value, to avoid false matches on common tags such as
       <TD> or <DIV>.

       Call withAttribute with a series of attribute names and values. Specify the list
       of filter attributes names and values as:
        - keyword arguments, as in (class="Customer",align="right"), or
        - a list of name-value tuples, as in ( ("ns1:class", "Customer"), ("ns2:align","right") )
       For attribute names with a namespace prefix, you must use the second form.  Attribute
       names are matched insensitive to upper/lower case.

       To verify that the attribute exists, but without specifying a value, pass
       withAttribute.ANY_VALUE as the value.
       """
    if args:
        attrs = args[:]
    else:
        attrs = attrDict.items()
    attrs = [(k,v) for k,v in attrs]
    def pa(s,l,tokens):
        for attrName,attrValue in attrs:
            if attrName not in tokens:
                raise ParseException(s,l,"no matching attribute " + attrName)
            if attrValue != withAttribute.ANY_VALUE and tokens[attrName] != attrValue:
                raise ParseException(s,l,"attribute '%s' has value '%s', must be '%s'" %
                                            (attrName, tokens[attrName], attrValue))
    return pa
withAttribute.ANY_VALUE = object()

opAssoc = _Constants()
opAssoc.LEFT = object()
opAssoc.RIGHT = object()

def operatorPrecedence( baseExpr, opList ):
    """Helper method for constructing grammars of expressions made up of
       operators working in a precedence hierarchy.  Operators may be unary or
       binary, left- or right-associative.  Parse actions can also be attached
       to operator expressions.

       Parameters:
        - baseExpr - expression representing the most basic element for the nested
        - opList - list of tuples, one for each operator precedence level in the
          expression grammar; each tuple is of the form
          (opExpr, numTerms, rightLeftAssoc, parseAction), where:
           - opExpr is the pyparsing expression for the operator;
              may also be a string, which will be converted to a Literal;
              if numTerms is 3, opExpr is a tuple of two expressions, for the
              two operators separating the 3 terms
           - numTerms is the number of terms for this operator (must
              be 1, 2, or 3)
           - rightLeftAssoc is the indicator whether the operator is
              right or left associative, using the pyparsing-defined
              constants opAssoc.RIGHT and opAssoc.LEFT.
           - parseAction is the parse action to be associated with
              expressions matching this operator expression (the
              parse action tuple member may be omitted)
    """
    ret = Forward()
    lastExpr = baseExpr | ( Suppress('(') + ret + Suppress(')') )
    for i,operDef in enumerate(opList):
        opExpr,arity,rightLeftAssoc,pa = (operDef + (None,))[:4]
        if arity == 3:
            if opExpr is None or len(opExpr) != 2:
                raise ValueError("if numterms=3, opExpr must be a tuple or list of two expressions")
            opExpr1, opExpr2 = opExpr
        thisExpr = Forward()#.setName("expr%d" % i)
        if rightLeftAssoc == opAssoc.LEFT:
            if arity == 1:
                matchExpr = FollowedBy(lastExpr + opExpr) + Group( lastExpr + OneOrMore( opExpr ) )
            elif arity == 2:
                if opExpr is not None:
                    matchExpr = FollowedBy(lastExpr + opExpr + lastExpr) + Group( lastExpr + OneOrMore( opExpr + lastExpr ) )
                else:
                    matchExpr = FollowedBy(lastExpr+lastExpr) + Group( lastExpr + OneOrMore(lastExpr) )
            elif arity == 3:
                matchExpr = FollowedBy(lastExpr + opExpr1 + lastExpr + opExpr2 + lastExpr) + \
                            Group( lastExpr + opExpr1 + lastExpr + opExpr2 + lastExpr )
            else:
                raise ValueError("operator must be unary (1), binary (2), or ternary (3)")
        elif rightLeftAssoc == opAssoc.RIGHT:
            if arity == 1:
                # try to avoid LR with this extra test
                if not isinstance(opExpr, Optional):
                    opExpr = Optional(opExpr)
                matchExpr = FollowedBy(opExpr.expr + thisExpr) + Group( opExpr + thisExpr )
            elif arity == 2:
                if opExpr is not None:
                    matchExpr = FollowedBy(lastExpr + opExpr + thisExpr) + Group( lastExpr + OneOrMore( opExpr + thisExpr ) )
                else:
                    matchExpr = FollowedBy(lastExpr + thisExpr) + Group( lastExpr + OneOrMore( thisExpr ) )
            elif arity == 3:
                matchExpr = FollowedBy(lastExpr + opExpr1 + thisExpr + opExpr2 + thisExpr) + \
                            Group( lastExpr + opExpr1 + thisExpr + opExpr2 + thisExpr )
            else:
                raise ValueError("operator must be unary (1), binary (2), or ternary (3)")
        else:
            raise ValueError("operator must indicate right or left associativity")
        if pa:
            matchExpr.setParseAction( pa )
        thisExpr << ( matchExpr | lastExpr )
        lastExpr = thisExpr
    ret << lastExpr
    return ret

dblQuotedString = Regex(r'"(?:[^"\n\r\\]|(?:"")|(?:\\x[0-9a-fA-F]+)|(?:\\.))*"').setName("string enclosed in double quotes")
sglQuotedString = Regex(r"'(?:[^'\n\r\\]|(?:'')|(?:\\x[0-9a-fA-F]+)|(?:\\.))*'").setName("string enclosed in single quotes")
quotedString = Regex(r'''(?:"(?:[^"\n\r\\]|(?:"")|(?:\\x[0-9a-fA-F]+)|(?:\\.))*")|(?:'(?:[^'\n\r\\]|(?:'')|(?:\\x[0-9a-fA-F]+)|(?:\\.))*')''').setName("quotedString using single or double quotes")
unicodeString = Combine(_L('u') + quotedString.copy())

def nestedExpr(opener="(", closer=")", content=None, ignoreExpr=quotedString):
    """Helper method for defining nested lists enclosed in opening and closing
       delimiters ("(" and ")" are the default).

       Parameters:
        - opener - opening character for a nested list (default="("); can also be a pyparsing expression
        - closer - closing character for a nested list (default=")"); can also be a pyparsing expression
        - content - expression for items within the nested lists (default=None)
        - ignoreExpr - expression for ignoring opening and closing delimiters (default=quotedString)

       If an expression is not provided for the content argument, the nested
       expression will capture all whitespace-delimited content between delimiters
       as a list of separate values.

       Use the ignoreExpr argument to define expressions that may contain
       opening or closing characters that should not be treated as opening
       or closing characters for nesting, such as quotedString or a comment
       expression.  Specify multiple expressions using an Or or MatchFirst.
       The default is quotedString, but if no expressions are to be ignored,
       then pass None for this argument.
    """
    if opener == closer:
        raise ValueError("opening and closing strings cannot be the same")
    if content is None:
        if isinstance(opener,basestring) and isinstance(closer,basestring):
            if len(opener) == 1 and len(closer)==1:
                if ignoreExpr is not None:
                    content = (Combine(OneOrMore(~ignoreExpr +
                                    CharsNotIn(opener+closer+ParserElement.DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS,exact=1))
                                ).setParseAction(lambda t:t[0].strip()))
                else:
                    content = (empty+CharsNotIn(opener+closer+ParserElement.DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS
                                ).setParseAction(lambda t:t[0].strip()))
            else:
                if ignoreExpr is not None:
                    content = (Combine(OneOrMore(~ignoreExpr +
                                    ~Literal(opener) + ~Literal(closer) +
                                    CharsNotIn(ParserElement.DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS,exact=1))
                                ).setParseAction(lambda t:t[0].strip()))
                else:
                    content = (Combine(OneOrMore(~Literal(opener) + ~Literal(closer) +
                                    CharsNotIn(ParserElement.DEFAULT_WHITE_CHARS,exact=1))
                                ).setParseAction(lambda t:t[0].strip()))
        else:
            raise ValueError("opening and closing arguments must be strings if no content expression is given")
    ret = Forward()
    if ignoreExpr is not None:
        ret << Group( Suppress(opener) + ZeroOrMore( ignoreExpr | ret | content ) + Suppress(closer) )
    else:
        ret << Group( Suppress(opener) + ZeroOrMore( ret | content )  + Suppress(closer) )
    return ret

def indentedBlock(blockStatementExpr, indentStack, indent=True):
    """Helper method for defining space-delimited indentation blocks, such as
       those used to define block statements in Python source code.

       Parameters:
        - blockStatementExpr - expression defining syntax of statement that
            is repeated within the indented block
        - indentStack - list created by caller to manage indentation stack
            (multiple statementWithIndentedBlock expressions within a single grammar
            should share a common indentStack)
        - indent - boolean indicating whether block must be indented beyond the
            the current level; set to False for block of left-most statements
            (default=True)

       A valid block must contain at least one blockStatement.
    """
    def checkPeerIndent(s,l,t):
        if l >= len(s): return
        curCol = col(l,s)
        if curCol != indentStack[-1]:
            if curCol > indentStack[-1]:
                raise ParseFatalException(s,l,"illegal nesting")
            raise ParseException(s,l,"not a peer entry")

    def checkSubIndent(s,l,t):
        curCol = col(l,s)
        if curCol > indentStack[-1]:
            indentStack.append( curCol )
        else:
            raise ParseException(s,l,"not a subentry")

    def checkUnindent(s,l,t):
        if l >= len(s): return
        curCol = col(l,s)
        if not(indentStack and curCol < indentStack[-1] and curCol <= indentStack[-2]):
            raise ParseException(s,l,"not an unindent")
        indentStack.pop()

    NL = OneOrMore(LineEnd().setWhitespaceChars("\t ").suppress())
    INDENT = Empty() + Empty().setParseAction(checkSubIndent)
    PEER   = Empty().setParseAction(checkPeerIndent)
    UNDENT = Empty().setParseAction(checkUnindent)
    if indent:
        smExpr = Group( Optional(NL) +
            FollowedBy(blockStatementExpr) +
            INDENT + (OneOrMore( PEER + Group(blockStatementExpr) + Optional(NL) )) + UNDENT)
    else:
        smExpr = Group( Optional(NL) +
            (OneOrMore( PEER + Group(blockStatementExpr) + Optional(NL) )) )
    blockStatementExpr.ignore(_bslash + LineEnd())
    return smExpr

alphas8bit = srange(r"[\0xc0-\0xd6\0xd8-\0xf6\0xf8-\0xff]")
punc8bit = srange(r"[\0xa1-\0xbf\0xd7\0xf7]")

anyOpenTag,anyCloseTag = makeHTMLTags(Word(alphas,alphanums+"_:"))
commonHTMLEntity = Combine(_L("&") + oneOf("gt lt amp nbsp quot").setResultsName("entity") +";")
_htmlEntityMap = dict(zip("gt lt amp nbsp quot".split(),'><& "'))
replaceHTMLEntity = lambda t : t.entity in _htmlEntityMap and _htmlEntityMap[t.entity] or None

# it's easy to get these comment structures wrong - they're very common, so may as well make them available
cStyleComment = Regex(r"/\*(?:[^*]*\*+)+?/").setName("C style comment")

htmlComment = Regex(r"<!--[\s\S]*?-->")
restOfLine = Regex(r".*").leaveWhitespace()
dblSlashComment = Regex(r"\/\/(\\\n|.)*").setName("// comment")
cppStyleComment = Regex(r"/(?:\*(?:[^*]*\*+)+?/|/[^\n]*(?:\n[^\n]*)*?(?:(?<!\\)|\Z))").setName("C++ style comment")

javaStyleComment = cppStyleComment
pythonStyleComment = Regex(r"#.*").setName("Python style comment")
_noncomma = "".join( [ c for c in printables if c != "," ] )
_commasepitem = Combine(OneOrMore(Word(_noncomma) +
                                  Optional( Word(" \t") +
                                            ~Literal(",") + ~LineEnd() ) ) ).streamline().setName("commaItem")
commaSeparatedList = delimitedList( Optional( quotedString | _commasepitem, default="") ).setName("commaSeparatedList")


if __name__ == "__main__":

    def test( teststring ):
        try:
            tokens = simpleSQL.parseString( teststring )
            tokenlist = tokens.asList()
            print (teststring + "->"   + str(tokenlist))
            print ("tokens = "         + str(tokens))
            print ("tokens.columns = " + str(tokens.columns))
            print ("tokens.tables = "  + str(tokens.tables))
            print (tokens.asXML("SQL",True))
        except ParseBaseException,err:
            print (teststring + "->")
            print (err.line)
            print (" "*(err.column-1) + "^")
            print (err)
        print()

    selectToken    = CaselessLiteral( "select" )
    fromToken      = CaselessLiteral( "from" )

    ident          = Word( alphas, alphanums + "_$" )
    columnName     = delimitedList( ident, ".", combine=True ).setParseAction( upcaseTokens )
    columnNameList = Group( delimitedList( columnName ) )#.setName("columns")
    tableName      = delimitedList( ident, ".", combine=True ).setParseAction( upcaseTokens )
    tableNameList  = Group( delimitedList( tableName ) )#.setName("tables")
    simpleSQL      = ( selectToken + \
                     ( '*' | columnNameList ).setResultsName( "columns" ) + \
                     fromToken + \
                     tableNameList.setResultsName( "tables" ) )

    test( "SELECT * from XYZZY, ABC" )
    test( "select * from SYS.XYZZY" )
    test( "Select A from Sys.dual" )
    test( "Select AA,BB,CC from Sys.dual" )
    test( "Select A, B, C from Sys.dual" )
    test( "Select A, B, C from Sys.dual" )
    test( "Xelect A, B, C from Sys.dual" )
    test( "Select A, B, C frox Sys.dual" )
    test( "Select" )
    test( "Select ^^^ frox Sys.dual" )
    test( "Select A, B, C from Sys.dual, Table2   " )

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