|Most common used java parser generator email@example.com (Ulrich Frank) (2006-05-18)|
|Re: Most common used java parser generator firstname.lastname@example.org (Evangelos Drikos) (2006-05-22)|
|Re: Most common used java parser generator email@example.com (Eric) (2006-05-22)|
|Re: Most common used java parser generator firstname.lastname@example.org (Ulrich Frank) (2006-05-26)|
|From:||"Ulrich Frank" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||18 May 2006 23:51:55 -0400|
|Keywords:||Java, parse, question|
|Posted-Date:||18 May 2006 23:51:55 EDT|
for my studies I have to give a review about parser generators,
especially those which produce java output. I searched a lot in the
internet and for me it seems that LL-parser generators (ANTLR, JavaCC)
are used in most cases if one want to use a java parser generator. LALR
is on position two but there is a big gap between LL and LALR. The LALR
parser generator which is used in most cases is SableCC. About JavaCUP
I did not find any applications. Pure LR parser generators in java are
currently not present (YACC/M is still in development, jay is written
Is that right??
If one also can also use languages like OCAML, C and C++ is there
I think in that case the LALR parser generators are more commonly used
in comparison to LL.
For my studies especially for my thesis it is important to reference
such a statement. Therefore: do you know a book or a internet site
where I can get this information?
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