Class Recognizer<Symbol,​ATNInterpreter extends ATNSimulator>

    • Constructor Detail

      • Recognizer

        public Recognizer()
    • Method Detail

      • getTokenNames

        public abstract String[] getTokenNames()
        Use getVocabulary() instead.
        Used to print out token names like ID during debugging and error reporting. The generated parsers implement a method that overrides this to point to their String[] tokenNames.
      • getRuleNames

        public abstract String[] getRuleNames()
      • getVocabulary

        public Vocabulary getVocabulary()
        Get the vocabulary used by the recognizer.
        A Vocabulary instance providing information about the vocabulary used by the grammar.
      • getTokenTypeMap

        public Map<String,​Integer> getTokenTypeMap()
        Get a map from token names to token types.

        Used for XPath and tree pattern compilation.

      • getRuleIndexMap

        public Map<String,​Integer> getRuleIndexMap()
        Get a map from rule names to rule indexes.

        Used for XPath and tree pattern compilation.

      • getTokenType

        public int getTokenType​(String tokenName)
      • getSerializedATN

        public String getSerializedATN()
        If this recognizer was generated, it will have a serialized ATN representation of the grammar.

        For interpreters, we don't know their serialized ATN despite having created the interpreter from it.

      • getGrammarFileName

        public abstract String getGrammarFileName()
        For debugging and other purposes, might want the grammar name. Have ANTLR generate an implementation for this method.
      • getATN

        public abstract ATN getATN()
        Get the ATN used by the recognizer for prediction.
        The ATN used by the recognizer for prediction.
      • getInterpreter

        public ATNInterpreter getInterpreter()
        Get the ATN interpreter used by the recognizer for prediction.
        The ATN interpreter used by the recognizer for prediction.
      • getParseInfo

        public ParseInfo getParseInfo()
        If profiling during the parse/lex, this will return DecisionInfo records for each decision in recognizer in a ParseInfo object.
      • setInterpreter

        public void setInterpreter​(ATNInterpreter interpreter)
        Set the ATN interpreter used by the recognizer for prediction.
        interpreter - The ATN interpreter used by the recognizer for prediction.
      • getErrorHeader

        public String getErrorHeader​(RecognitionException e)
        What is the error header, normally line/character position information?
      • getTokenErrorDisplay

        public String getTokenErrorDisplay​(Token t)
        This method is not called by the ANTLR 4 Runtime. Specific implementations of ANTLRErrorStrategy may provide a similar feature when necessary. For example, see DefaultErrorStrategy.getTokenErrorDisplay(org.antlr.v4.runtime.Token).
        How should a token be displayed in an error message? The default is to display just the text, but during development you might want to have a lot of information spit out. Override in that case to use t.toString() (which, for CommonToken, dumps everything about the token). This is better than forcing you to override a method in your token objects because you don't have to go modify your lexer so that it creates a new Java type.
      • removeErrorListeners

        public void removeErrorListeners()
      • sempred

        public boolean sempred​(RuleContext _localctx,
                               int ruleIndex,
                               int actionIndex)
      • precpred

        public boolean precpred​(RuleContext localctx,
                                int precedence)
      • action

        public void action​(RuleContext _localctx,
                           int ruleIndex,
                           int actionIndex)
      • getState

        public final int getState()
      • setState

        public final void setState​(int atnState)
        Indicate that the recognizer has changed internal state that is consistent with the ATN state passed in. This way we always know where we are in the ATN as the parser goes along. The rule context objects form a stack that lets us see the stack of invoking rules. Combine this and we have complete ATN configuration information.
      • getInputStream

        public abstract IntStream getInputStream()
      • setInputStream

        public abstract void setInputStream​(IntStream input)
      • getTokenFactory

        public abstract TokenFactory<?> getTokenFactory()
      • setTokenFactory

        public abstract void setTokenFactory​(TokenFactory<?> input)