|burg with n-ary trees? firstname.lastname@example.org (George Almasi) (2000-02-10)|
|Re: burg with n-ary trees? email@example.com (Rodrigo Augusto B. Ferreira) (2000-02-12)|
|Re: burg with n-ary trees? firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom Harwood) (2000-02-12)|
|Re: burg with n-ary trees? email@example.com (Vladimir Makarov) (2000-02-12)|
|Re: burg with n-ary trees? firstname.lastname@example.org (Daniel C. Wang) (2000-02-12)|
|From:||"Daniel C. Wang" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||12 Feb 2000 22:40:48 -0500|
George Almasi <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Has anyone modified burg/iburg to accommodate n-ary trees?
ML-burg available at
which used to be part of SML/NJ compiler but is no longer used. (Maximal
munch seems to be just as good.)
builds iburg like tree pattern matchers for ML and supports n-ary trees.
Depending on your application this might just do the trick, unless you're
really want to have C code.
See http://cm.bell-labs.com/cm/cs/what/smlnj/index.html for more info about
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