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"""The scheme_tokens module provides functions tokenize_line and tokenize_lines
for converting (iterators producing) strings into (iterators producing) lists
of tokens.  A token may be:

  * A number (represented as an int or float)
  * A boolean (represented as a bool)
  * A symbol (represented as a string)
  * A delimiter, including parentheses, dots, and single quotes

from ucb import main
import itertools
import string
import sys
import tokenize

_NUMERAL_STARTS = set(string.digits) | set('+-.')
_SYMBOL_CHARS = (set('!$%&*/:<=>?@^_~') | set(string.ascii_lowercase) |
                 set(string.ascii_uppercase) | _NUMERAL_STARTS)
_STRING_DELIMS = set('"')
_WHITESPACE = set(' \t\n\r')
_SINGLE_CHAR_TOKENS = set("()'`")

def valid_symbol(s):
    """Returns whether s is not a well-formed value."""
    if len(s) == 0:
        return False
    for c in s:
        if c not in _SYMBOL_CHARS:
            return False
    return True

def next_candidate_token(line, k):
    """A tuple (tok, k'), where tok is the next substring of line at or
    after position k that could be a token (assuming it passes a validity
    check), and k' is the position in line following that token.  Returns
    (None, len(line)) when there are no more tokens."""
    while k < len(line):
        c = line[k]
        if c == ';':
            return None, len(line)
        elif c in _WHITESPACE:
            k += 1
        elif c in _SINGLE_CHAR_TOKENS:
            return c, k+1
        elif c == '#':  # Boolean values #t and #f
            return line[k:k+2], min(k+2, len(line))
        elif c == ',': # Unquote; check for @
            if k+1 < len(line) and line[k+1] == '@':
                return ',@', k+2
            return c, k+1
        elif c in _STRING_DELIMS:
            if k+1 < len(line) and line[k+1] == c: # No triple quotes in Scheme
                return c+c, k+2
            line_bytes = (bytes(line[k:], encoding='utf-8'),)
            gen = tokenize.tokenize(iter(line_bytes).__next__)
            next(gen) # Throw away encoding token
            token = next(gen)
            if token.type != tokenize.STRING:
                raise ValueError("invalid string: {0}".format(token.string))
            return token.string, token.end[1]+k
            j = k
            while j < len(line) and line[j] not in _TOKEN_END:
                j += 1
            return line[k:j], min(j, len(line))
    return None, len(line)

def tokenize_line(line):
    """The list of Scheme tokens on line.  Excludes comments and whitespace."""
    result = []
    text, i = next_candidate_token(line, 0)
    while text is not None:
        if text in DELIMITERS:
        elif text == '#t' or text.lower() == 'true':
        elif text == '#f' or text.lower() == 'false':
        elif text == 'nil':
        elif text[0] in _SYMBOL_CHARS:
            number = False
            if text[0] in _NUMERAL_STARTS:
                    number = True
                except ValueError:
                        number = True
                    except ValueError:
            if not number:
                if valid_symbol(text):
                    raise ValueError("invalid numeral or symbol: {0}".format(text))
        elif text[0] in _STRING_DELIMS:
            print("warning: invalid token: {0}".format(text), file=sys.stderr)
            print("    ", line, file=sys.stderr)
            print(" " * (i+3), "^", file=sys.stderr)
        text, i = next_candidate_token(line, i)
    return result

def tokenize_lines(input):
    """An iterator that returns lists of tokens, one for each line of the
    iterable input sequence."""
    return map(tokenize_line, input)

def count_tokens(input):
    """Count the number of non-delimiter tokens in input."""
    return len(list(filter(lambda x: x not in DELIMITERS,

def run(*args):
    file = sys.stdin
    if args:
        file = open(args[0], 'r')
    print('counted', count_tokens(file), 'non-delimiter tokens')