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|Date:||23 Oct 2005 00:35:39 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||23 Oct 2005 00:35:39 EDT|
Hi there everyone.
I am fairly new to programming compilers, although not to programming
I downloaded Parser Generator (http://www.bumblebeesoftware.com/) which
is simply an IDE for Lex and YACC.
I was just wondering, which way is the best to work on a compiler. Work
on the Lex file first, then the YACC file, and compile? Or the other
way round. I have read many tutorials, and some of the do it the other
way to others.
Also, does anyone know of a good tutorial that I could read, that will
actually COMPILE! All of the ones I have read have needed MAJOR changes
to even attempt to compile!
Anyways, thanks for everything.
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