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|Date:||30 Mar 2003 21:32:12 -0500|
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"Parsing Techniques - A Practical Guide" by Dick Grune and Ceriel
J.H. Jacobs is available on-line and is one of the best resources for
questions about parsing.
PTAPG has detailed explanations for the LL/LR/LALR part of your
It is not tool-oriented, not a howto for using lex, yacc, or any other
lexing and parsing tools to build a parser. Rather it details how to
design grammars to be parsable with various parsing methods, what sets
those parsing models and in fact formal languages apart from one
another, and what actions the parser takes to compare statements in a
particular language with a grammar for that language.
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