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Command Reference: murex-parser

Runs the murex parser against a block of code


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<stdin> -> murex-parser -> <stdout>

murex-parser { code-block } -> <stdout>


Please note this command is still very much in beta and is likely to change in incompatible ways in the future. If you do happen to like this command and/or have any suggestions on how to improve it, then please leave your feedback on the GitHub repository,

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