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Geomol
Why is complemented charset not useful?
Endo
Because I need to NOT a word.
Something like:
>> parse/all "this" [some ["this" (print "ok" halt) | skip] ]
ok
>> parse/all "this" [some ["that" (print "ok" halt) | skip] ]
== true
But I don't know how to stop PARSE in the first example.
Instead of HALTing.
Geomol
to end 1 skip
Which will always return false, I think.
or just: to end skip
Endo
Sorryi I confused I think, how do I write "except this one" like rule.
>> not-four: ["four" to end skip]
== ["four" to end skip]
>> parse/all "one two three" ["one " not-four " three"]
== false
Geomol
>> parse/all "one two three" ["one " [not-four | to " "] " three"]
== true
Or use block parsing, if that's an option.
argh :)
Doesn't work.
I guess, you need to include all the ok possibilities?
Endo
Block parsing could be useful but I'm parsing huge SQL files which are not LOADable (and different formats from each other).
Switching to R3 is easier.
I think I need to play with index positions during the parse.
Thank you for your time Geomol.
Geomol
welcome
Endo
I'll go with regular expression, ^((?!four).)*$
gives the lines does not contain "four".

sqlab
not-four: [[(not-four/2: [])  "four" (not-four/2:  [thru end skip] ) | to " "]  []]
>> parse/all "one two three" ["one " not-four  " three"  ]
== true
>> parse/all "one four three" ["one " not-four  " three"  ]
== false
Gabriele
A variation of sqlab's approach:
>> space: [some #" "]
== [some #" "]
>> parse/all "one two three" [(fail?: none) "one" space ["four" space (fail?: [end skip]) | to #" " space] fail? "three"]                                                == true
>> parse/all "one four three" [(fail?: none) "one" space ["four" space (fail?: [end skip]) | to #" " space] fail? "three"]                                               == false
>> parse/all "one five three" [(fail?: none) "one" space ["four" space (fail?: [end skip]) | to #" " space] fail? "three"]                                               == true
Gabriele
If your case is more specific maybe it can be done in a different way, like checking for the condition after parsing, or filtering out the input you don't want in advance, and so on.
In Topaz you could do something like:
>> parse [one two three] ['one either 'four [(false)] [skip 'three (true)]]
== true
>> parse [one four three] ['one either 'four [(false)] [skip 'three (true)]]  
== false
(no string parsing yet so I used a block to illustrate)

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