Builtin Statements

Builtin statements are generally used to open a certain context in which data structures of files can be accessed.

The general syntax of a builtin statement is

name(parameters) statement
where name is the name of the builtin statement, parameters stands for one or more parameters, and statement is the code that will be executed inside the context opened by the builtin statement.

Note that statement can be a compound statement, as in

board(B) {
  B.elements(E) printf("Element: %s\n", E.name);
  B.Signals(S)  printf("Signal: %s\n", S.name);
The following builtin statements are available:
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