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/* Generated By:JavaCC: Do not edit this line. Version 3.0 */
package bsh;
	This file has been modified for BeanShell to make Token serializable.
	If this file is regenerated please make this change.

	All BeanShell modifications are demarcated by "Begin BeanShell 
	Modification - ... " and "End BeanShell Modification - ..."

 * Describes the input token stream.

	// Begin BeanShell Modification - serializable
public class Token implements {
	// End BeanShell Modification - serializable

   * An integer that describes the kind of this token.  This numbering
   * system is determined by JavaCCParser, and a table of these numbers is
   * stored in the file
  public int kind;

   * beginLine and beginColumn describe the position of the first character
   * of this token; endLine and endColumn describe the position of the
   * last character of this token.
  public int beginLine, beginColumn, endLine, endColumn;

   * The string image of the token.
  public String image;

   * A reference to the next regular (non-special) token from the input
   * stream.  If this is the last token from the input stream, or if the
   * token manager has not read tokens beyond this one, this field is
   * set to null.  This is true only if this token is also a regular
   * token.  Otherwise, see below for a description of the contents of
   * this field.
  public Token next;

   * This field is used to access special tokens that occur prior to this
   * token, but after the immediately preceding regular (non-special) token.
   * If there are no such special tokens, this field is set to null.
   * When there are more than one such special token, this field refers
   * to the last of these special tokens, which in turn refers to the next
   * previous special token through its specialToken field, and so on
   * until the first special token (whose specialToken field is null).
   * The next fields of special tokens refer to other special tokens that
   * immediately follow it (without an intervening regular token).  If there
   * is no such token, this field is null.
  public Token specialToken;

   * Returns the image.
  public String toString()
     return image;

   * Returns a new Token object, by default. However, if you want, you
   * can create and return subclass objects based on the value of ofKind.
   * Simply add the cases to the switch for all those special cases.
   * For example, if you have a subclass of Token called IDToken that
   * you want to create if ofKind is ID, simlpy add something like :
   *    case MyParserConstants.ID : return new IDToken();
   * to the following switch statement. Then you can cast matchedToken
   * variable to the appropriate type and use it in your lexical actions.
  public static final Token newToken(int ofKind)
       default : return new Token();

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