|Moving from LR(0) to LALR(1) firstname.lastname@example.org (2007-01-31)|
|Re: Moving from LR(0) to LALR(1) email@example.com (Lothar Schmitz) (2007-02-03)|
|Re: Moving from LR(0) to LALR(1) firstname.lastname@example.org (Momchil Velikov) (2007-02-03)|
|Re: Moving from LR(0) to LALR(1) email@example.com (satya) (2007-02-03)|
|Re: Moving from LR(0) to LALR(1) firstname.lastname@example.org (Karsten Nyblad) (2007-02-04)|
|Re: Moving from LR(0) to LALR(1) email@example.com (snoyberg) (2007-02-05)|
|Date:||3 Feb 2007 23:23:22 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||03 Feb 2007 23:23:22 EST|
> I've been able to implement a program that generates action and GOTO
> tables for a given grammar using LR(0). However, I haven't been able
> to find any good documentation (read: something simple enough I can
> understand) on switching over to LALR(1). Since my main goal for
> writing this is parsing Java, getting it to use LALR(1) is a necesity
> (or at least some equivalently powered algorithm).
> Are there any good online resources to describe this transition?
Well, I guess there is no 'standard way' of implementing LALR(1)
parsing algorithms in practice (of course, I am not taking about the
theoretical methods). GNU Bison is a free LALR(1) parser generator
(written in C) and so is SableCC (written in Java); I guess you can
start by studying one of these. I have tried a bit to understand Bison
code myself and found it is not that easy. However, I was able to
document the internals of the LALR(1) parser (in C) generated by GNU
Bison - http://cs.uic.edu/~spopuri/cparser.html . This article
compares the standard algorithms published in books with a real world
Hope that helps.
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