syntax

  1. the grammatical arrangement of words in sentences
  2. a systematic orderly arrangement
  3. studies of the rules for forming admissible sentences

Syntax

In linguistics, syntax (from Ancient Greek σύνταξις `coordination` from σύν syn, `together,` and τάξις táxis, `an ordering`) is `the study of the principles and processes by which sentences are constructed in particular languages.` In addition to referring to the discipline, the term syntax is also used to refer directly t...
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Syntax

Syntax is the study of sentence structure, ie how words are used together in a sentence.
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syntax

[n] - a systematic orderly arrangement 2. [n] - studies of the rules for forming admissible sentences 3. [n] - the grammatical arrangement of words in sentences
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Syntax

• (n.) That part of grammar which treats of the construction of sentences; the due arrangement of words in sentences in their necessary relations, according to established usage in any language. • (n.) Connected system or order; union of things; a number of things jointed together; organism.
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syntax

phrase structure noun the grammatical arrangement of words in sentences
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syntax

noun studies of the rules for forming admissible sentences
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Syntax

[logic] In logic, syntax is anything having to do with formal languages or formal systems without regard to any interpretation or meaning given to them. Syntax is concerned with the rules used for constructing, or transforming the symbols and words of a language, as contrasted with the semantics of a language which is concerned with its mea...
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Syntax

[programming languages] In computer science, the syntax of a computer language is the set of rules that defines the combinations of symbols that are considered to be a correctly structured document or fragment in that language. This applies both to programming languages, where the document represents source code, and markup languages, where...
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Syntax

Syn'tax noun [ Latin syntaxis , Greek ..., from ... to put together in order; sy`n with + ... to put in order; confer French syntaxe . See Syn- , and Tactics .] 1. Connected system or order; union of things; a number of things jointed together; organism. ...
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syntax

1. Connected system or order; union of things; a number of things jointed together; organism. 'They owe no other dependence to the first than what is common to the whole syntax of beings.' (Glanvill) ... 2. That part of grammar which treats of the construction of sentences; the due arrangement of words in sentences in their necessary relations, acc...
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syntax

A description of the rules that determine the validity and parsing of sentences or statements in a language. [ grammar ]
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Syntax

As David Smith puts it, 'the orderly arrangement of words into sentences to express ideas,' i.e., th
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Syntax

Grammar defining a programming language
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Syntax

Grammatical structuring of data using a special code that defines how this special code is used to f
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Syntax

is the grammar, structure, or order of the elements in a language. This is just our natural human written language.
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Syntax

Sometimes called word order; how words combine tform sentences and the rules governing sentence formation.
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syntax

Structure of language; the ways in which words are ordered and combined to convey meaning. Syntax applies principally to grammar, and a grammatically correct sentence is also syntactically correct, but syntax also involves the order of the words in the sentence
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syntax

syntax 1. The grammatical arrangement of words in sentences. 2. Studies of the rules for forming admissible sentences. 3. A systematic orderly arrangement. Related-word units meaning same: auto-; equ-; homeo-; homo-; iso-; pari-; peer-; tauto-.
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syntax

Syntax refers to the grammar, structure, or order of elements in a programming language. Each programming language will have a unique syntax.
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syntax

syntax: see grammar.
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syntax

The arrangement of sentences; sentence construction: coordination, subordination
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syntax

the arrangement of words in sentences, clauses, and phrases, and the study of the formation of sentences and the relationship of their component ... [27 related articles]
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Syntax

the arrangement of words to show relationships of meaning within a sentence
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Syntax

The grammatical arrangement of words in a sentence. In traditional poetry syntax was often altered/reversed in order to facilitate a rhyme scheme e.g. in this poem by A.E.Housman:
'When I would muse in boyhood
  The wild green woods among
And nurse resolves and fancies
  Because the world was young,'
'Among' is thrown to the en...
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