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Notice that an else part must always be present. The lexical classes state, inputEvent, communicationEvent, semanticAction, visualAction, variable, semanticFunction, modelName, axiom ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology, Vol. 14, No. 2, April 2005. 162 • J. Berstel et al. and semanticPredicate are not further detailed here. , is not used in the graphical editor, where different classes are distinguished by their graphical appearance. Already-mentioned default productions play the role of triggers with respect to input or communication events that are not in the lookahead set.

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When the next state is quit, then the object is terminated. quit is sent to each member of the group. quit events are by default handled by default productions, which force the receiving object to enter the states reset and quit, respectively. quit may be overridden by defining ad hoc rules. 2 Timeouts and Delays. VEG has also mechanisms to specify delays and timeout. For instance, to describe the behavior of the “timed help bullet”, a bullet appears next to a widget only after the mouse pointer has been continuously over the button for some time.

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