|Parsing SQL'92 firstname.lastname@example.org (2000-05-28)|
|Re: Parsing SQL'92 derekNOSPAM@knosof.co.uk (2000-05-30)|
|Date:||28 May 2000 21:01:21 -0400|
|Organization:||Deja.com - Before you buy.|
|Keywords:||SQL, parse, comment|
I've been trying to parse the SQL'92 grammar using various parser
generators, but so far no luck. I've thrown yacc (LALR(1)), yay (LALR
(2)), and JavaCC (LL(k)) at it, but I always get a ton of conflicts.
Can someone answer definitively what language category SQL'92 is in,
and whether there are any public-domain grammars out there for it?
The grammars I've used were generated by processing the BNF from the
ISO standard document. On re-reading the document I notice that the
BNF is annotated by "Syntax Rules" sections that seem to specify, in
english, additional constraints to the BNF :-/ Are these annotations
significant, and has anyone incorporated them into a grammar?
Any help is greatly appreciated,
[There's a parser for the earlier version of SQL in the sample files
for lex&yacc. It's been a long time since I wrote it, but I don't
recall that I needed lexical hackery. -John]
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