using XML tags for behavior
I'd like to use XML for behavior. For example an xml-file, which noted
a "IF-THEN" statement.
<function name="funexample" parameter="0">
<assin variable="i" value="i+1">
Is there any application to run these code direct in a Java class?
Till now I've found a scripting language "Simkin" using an second
approach. That means, xml can incorporate behavior, if the xml file
written in that form:
I'd like to know if any new scripting language can be used for the
first xml file?
Re: using XML tags for behavior
firstname.lastname@example.org (Lucia) writes:
> Thank you very much for your answer. Would you pls tell me more about
> the state transition table?(or links) This is a totally new area for
Google is your friend. E.g. the following links looks interesting (I
didn't check them). All should be about finite state machines. There
are others, but FSMs should be a good start, esp. because you can
ignore the math and still understand them :-)
> best regards from Aachen
If you study at the RWTH, have a look at the library. It is for sure
brim-full of literature about all kinds of state machines. It is a
fundamental concept in computer science, and there should be thousands
of textbooks, articles and research papers about them.
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