To spooq:

Consider this snip of C++, via Boost/Spirit:

 rule<> LetterE = chr_p('e') | chr_p('E');

The bad news, of course, is all the excessive chr_p stuff. The good
news is that's raw C++, not even a string, and it all compiles at
compile time.

Giles Bowkett wrote:

> Sorry, why do you want to do this in the first place? The original
> post mentioned unit testing, if you want to unit test JavaScript,
> there are much easier ways.

It's a secret. You'l see!...

-- 
  Phlip