Audience and how to use this manual
Historically, analyzing a program required a certain degree of knowledge of how compilers worked, how a program is parsed into an intermediate representation and what that representation looked like. Then, programmers would use specialized programs to write their own and arrive at answers.
For compiler programmers, you can skim through the Query Guide and head straight to the Reference Guide which provides dry, but practical material for the various selectors and operators that SYNG supports. I still recommend to read through the Query syntax and structure first, though.
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