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Parse vs. Tarse

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Parseverb

To resolve (a sentence, etc.) into its elements, pointing out the several parts of speech, and their relation to each other by agreement or government; to analyze and describe grammatically.

Tarsenoun

(archaic) The penis.

Parseverb

(transitive) To examine closely; to scrutinize.

Tarsenoun

The tarsus (seven bones in the ankle).

Parseverb

To split (a file or other input) into pieces of data that can be easily manipulated or stored.

Tarsenoun

(falconry) A male falcon.

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Parseverb

To resolve (a string of code or text) into its elements to determine if it conforms to a particular grammar.

Tarsenoun

The male falcon.

Parseverb

Of a string of code or text, sentence, etc.: to conform to rules of grammar, to be syntactically valid.

‘This sentence doesn't parse.’;

Tarsenoun

tarsus.

Parsenoun

An act of parsing.

‘The parse will fail if the program contains an unrecognised keyword.’;

Parsenoun

The result of such an act.

‘This parse is incorrect and indicates a fault in the parser.’;

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Parseverb

To resolve into its elements, as a sentence, pointing out the several parts of speech, and their relation to each other by government or agreement; to analyze and describe grammatically.

‘Let him construe the letter into English, and parse it over perfectly.’;

Parseverb

analyze syntactically by assigning a constituent structure to (a sentence)

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