BNF

Backus-Naur Form. A way of describing the syntax of information. A precursor to ASN.1, Abstract Syntax Notation 1 and XML. Each of these is a metalanguage, a language for defining other languages. For example, the entries in this glossary may be described by the BNF - ::= .

BNF

Backus-Naur Form (also Backus-Normal Form) [developed by John Backus and Peter Naur]

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BNF

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BNF

Backus Naur Form. An old version of a popular way to define syntax of programming languages. Also see EBNF and XBNF.
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Backus-Naur Form, details ...
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Bibliothèque Nationale de France
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Big Name Fan
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British National Formulary
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British National Formulary
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British Nutrition Foundation
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