|JavaCC in teaching email@example.com (Johannes Waldmann) (2004-12-16)|
|Re: JavaCC in teaching firstname.lastname@example.org (Etienne Gagnon) (2004-12-17)|
|Re: JavaCC in teaching email@example.com (Alexey Demakov) (2004-12-17)|
|Re: JavaCC in teaching firstname.lastname@example.org (Mayan Moudgill) (2004-12-19)|
|Re: JavaCC in teaching email@example.com (2004-12-22)|
|From:||Etienne Gagnon <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||17 Dec 2004 00:26:48 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||17 Dec 2004 00:26:48 EST|
I use SableCC ( http://sablecc.org ) along Andrew Appel's book "Modern
Compiler Implementation in Java".
P.S.: Of course, I am biased towards SableCC; but I sincerely think it
presents a much cleaner separation of generated vs programmer-written
code within a very nice OO framework for developing interpreters and
compilers. I've had much success with it in my classes.
Johannes Waldmann wrote:
> What is your opinion on using JavaCC in teaching?
> I consider using JavaCC as an example in my compiler construction
> course, effectively replacing flex/bison.
> While the "classical" tools are well covered in standard textbooks,
> is there similar coverage for JavaCC somewhere? .
> Any pointers and comments appreciated (especially from teachers).
Etienne M. Gagnon, Ph.D. http://www.info.uqam.ca/~egagnon/
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