|YACC for Pascal? firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-03-25)|
|Re: YACC for Pascal? email@example.com (1990-03-27)|
|Keywords:||YACC, LEX, Pascal, grammar|
|Date:||27 Mar 90 17:31:38 GMT|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Tony Catone)|
|Organization:||University of Pennsylvania|
In article <1990Mar25.email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org (James V. Tedeschi) writes:
> I am trying to help out a friend who has no net access... Has there
>been any information on YACCable grammars for Pascal, or even a LEX grammar?
>Any code of information on textbooks, ftp sites, etc would be greatly
>[This question has come up from time to time but I've never seen an answer.
This is not correct. Rich Salz pointed out on Wed, May 20, 1987 that:
There is one available in Volume4 of the comp.sources.unix (nee'
mod.sources) archives. It is by Arnold Robbins, and includes Yacc and Lex
sources for ISO standard Pascal.
I have the sources if anyone can't reach one of the archive sites (these are
listed in the comp.sources.unix intro messages). The sources are not perfect,
but do give you a starting place.
[By golly, you're right. Thanks. -John]
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