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On 21 Sep 2010, at 08:48, "Juris Kalnins" <> wrote:
> If there was a simple rule to the effect that "if sequence of statements
> can be interpreted as a single statement, then it is a single statement",
> there would be no ambiguity.
> In a recent discussion it was mentioned about change in 5.2work3 that parses
> f(x)
> (y)(z)
> as a single statement, instead of raising parse error. Is there any other
> case left where Lua doesn't follow such rule?

No, 5.2 always follows the maximum munch rule. I like your way of describing it - very clear and brief.

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