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  * What you see is what you convert - there is no need to deal with abstract trees and complex grammars representing converted code when you develop conversion templates \\ \\   * What you see is what you convert - there is no need to deal with abstract trees and complex grammars representing converted code when you develop conversion templates \\ \\
  * Reliable and strict conversion - providing language features to restrict and scope the conversion \\ \\   * Reliable and strict conversion - providing language features to restrict and scope the conversion \\ \\
-  * Free and unrestricted conversion to be able to convert any code (partial, uncompleted, containing syntax errors or non-standard preprocessors etc). This is also used to build dictionaries (for example, to easily find equivalent for Oracle NVL() in SQL Server), tutorials and knowledge bases \\ \\+  * Convert any code (partial, uncompleted, containing syntax errors or non-standard preprocessors etc). This can be helpful when you need to refine the conversion that was done by other tools \\ \\
  * Fast performance on large number of files and lines of code   * Fast performance on large number of files and lines of code
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