tho_mica_l wrote:
>> What do you mean it mismatches?   Also what do you mean by self-checking?
>> It passes all the unit tests for me.
> 
> I think he meant that it doesn't throw exceptions on error. This is
> the
> wrapper I used to make it conform with the provided tests:
> 
> class JSONParser
>     def initialize
>         @parser = JsonParser.new
>     end
> 
>     def parse(text)
>         rv = @parser.parse(text)
>         if rv
>             return rv.value
>         else
>             raise RuntimeError
>         end
>     end
> end

If you check my version, you'll see that you can raise a meaningful
RuntimeError by raising @parser.failure_reason - this produces an
error message that says how far the parse progressed, and which tokens
might have allowed it to progress further.

Clifford Heath.