|lex & yacc source for C-language interpreter turner@Apple.COM (1990-01-04)|
|Re: lex & yacc source for C-language interpreter firstname.lastname@example.org (Charlie D. Havener) (1990-01-04)|
|Posted-Date:||4 Jan 90 13:44:25 GMT|
|Keywords:||lex, yacc, interpreter, C-language|
|Date:||4 Jan 90 13:44:25 GMT|
|From:||"Charlie D. Havener" <email@example.com>|
|Organization:||GenRad, Inc., Concord, Mass.|
The request was for a C++ grammar and or interpreter.
The December Dr. Dobbs Journal had an article on a C++
parser built using the LALR research parser tool.
In comp.lang.c++ a notice was posted asking for reviewers of
a C++ grammar suitable for YACC.
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 90 14:44:04 EST
From: Jim Roskind x5570 <mit-eddie!RELAY.CS.NET!ileaf!io!leigh!jar%umb.edu>
Finally, there have been many ads for an expert system shell
called OPS2000 I think for $95 for PC's that claims to have
a C++ interpreter as part of it.
[From "Charlie D. Havener" <firstname.lastname@example.org>]
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