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# File lib/rdoc/parsers/parse_rb.rb, line 999
  def identify_identifier
    token = ""
    token.concat getc if peek(0) =~ /[$@]/
    token.concat getc if peek(0) == "@"

    while (ch = getc) =~ /\w|_/
      print ":", ch, ":" if RubyLex.debug?
      token.concat ch
    end
    ungetc
    
    if ch == "!" or ch == "?"
      token.concat getc
    end
    # fix token

    # $stderr.puts "identifier - #{token}, state = #@lex_state"

    case token
    when /^\$/
      return Token(TkGVAR, token).set_text(token)
    when /^\@/
      @lex_state = EXPR_END
      return Token(TkIVAR, token).set_text(token)
    end
    
    if @lex_state != EXPR_DOT
      print token, "\n" if RubyLex.debug?

      token_c, *trans = TkReading2Token[token]
      if token_c
        # reserved word?

        if (@lex_state != EXPR_BEG &&
            @lex_state != EXPR_FNAME &&
            trans[1])
          # modifiers
          token_c = TkSymbol2Token[trans[1]]
          @lex_state = trans[0]
        else
          if @lex_state != EXPR_FNAME
            if ENINDENT_CLAUSE.include?(token)
              @indent += 1
            elsif DEINDENT_CLAUSE.include?(token)
              @indent -= 1
            end
            @lex_state = trans[0]
          else
            @lex_state = EXPR_END
          end
        end
        return Token(token_c, token).set_text(token)
      end
    end

    if @lex_state == EXPR_FNAME
      @lex_state = EXPR_END
      if peek(0) == '='
        token.concat getc
      end
    elsif @lex_state == EXPR_BEG || @lex_state == EXPR_DOT
      @lex_state = EXPR_ARG
    else
      @lex_state = EXPR_END
    end

    if token[0, 1] =~ /[A-Z]/
      return Token(TkCONSTANT, token).set_text(token)
    elsif token[token.size - 1, 1] =~ /[!?]/
      return Token(TkFID, token).set_text(token)
    else
      return Token(TkIDENTIFIER, token).set_text(token)
    end
  end
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