I have as input blocks of text with commands and arguments, one per line, such as
And I want to verify that the arguments to
XYZ are well formed for that particular command and execute the correct block of code if they are. There are something like ~100 commands, some of which have variable numbers of arguments, different relationships (i.e. if command
XYZ was called then I need to have command
ABC called as well).
Also commands exist such as:
COMMAND XYZ ARG1 BEF ARG1 ARG2 ENDCOMMAND
It is important that the text is contained within
Typically for something like this I would use Lex and Yacc rather than regex's, but is there anything more modern? The code is written in C#. Is there anything in MSDN that does this rather than old school C Lex and Yacc?