> Michael Meskes wrote:
> > The other option I can see, albeit without looking into details, is
> > allowing all comments and then testing it for the right syntax
> > after
> > parsing. This could potentially also solve the above mentioned
> > option
> > problem.
> This idea sounds great. But I am not sure that I can understand it
> correctly.
> I understood the concept of this idea as following. Is it right?
> 1. The parser ignores comments/*...*/ as usual. That is, parser does
> not 
>    identify comments as a token. 

I guess it'd be easier to accept each comment as a token and then parse
the token  text afterwards.

> 2. After parsing, we parse again only to extract comments.

Not sure if we can do that without creating a lot of overhead.


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