|grammar or interpreter for C? jamison@hobbes.Corp.Sun.COM (1990-03-19)|
|Re: grammar or interpreter for C? firstname.lastname@example.org.COM (1990-03-15)|
|From:||jamison@hobbes.Corp.Sun.COM (Jamison Gray)|
|Date:||19 Mar 90 22:51:34 GMT|
Howdy! I'd like to get my hands on source code for either of the following:
* An interpreter for C, or a subset that includes handling of
structure elements and pointers - things like *, &, ->, ".", etc.
* A parser and scanner for C, preferably in yacc & lex form.
Even just the grammar without the code for the actions would
be helpful, if that's all I can get -- especially if it does
all the precedence specification correctly.
Pointers to books or other sources for either of these
are also welcome. Thanks!
-- Jamie Gray
Jamie Gray, Sun Microsystems "Broken pipes; broken tools;
Mountain View, CA People bendin' broken rules"
Internet: jamison@Sun.COM - Bob Dylan, "Everything's Broken"
[I've sent him the C grammar that I give away. Anyone passing out
C interpreters? -John]
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