illustrates ANML syntax in both text and graphical forms.
Figure 1 shows ANML syntax as represented by
a railroad diagram (see
Using this Guide for an explanation on reading and
interpreting railroad diagrams).
Figure 2 shows plain code, which can be
written in any XML or text editor.
Figure 3 shows the same ANML code as
constructed in Micron's Automata Processor (AP) Workbench.
Figure 1. Example ANML
Syntax (Railroad Diagram)
Figure 2. Example ANML
Syntax (Plain ANML Code Written in Any XML/Text Editor)
Figure 3. Example ANML
Syntax (Micron's AP Workbench)