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In the previous section (see section 7.5 Style Sheets Semantics) were explained the various items needed to understand the machinery involved in pretty printing. Here, their implementation, i.e., how to write a style sheet file, is explained. The next section (see section 7.7 A Tutorial on Style Sheets), exposes a step by step simple example.
7.6.1 A Bit of Syntax Lexical rules of the ssh language 7.6.2 Style Sheet Header Declaration of a style 7.6.3 Syntax of the Words Classes of the Characters 7.6.4 Inheriting from Other Style Sheets Extending existing style sheets 7.6.5 Syntax for the P-Rules Atomic Pretty Printing rules 7.6.6 Declaring the keywords and the operators Special Classes of Identifiers 7.6.7 Declaring the sequences Bordered Lexical Entities 7.6.8 Checking a Style Sheet Ask a2ps to Check the Sheet
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