|Yet Another question about lex/yacc. firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-02-15)|
|Re: Yet Another question about lex/yacc. bnr-vpa!scheng%bcarh657.bnr.ca (1991-02-15)|
|From:||bnr-vpa!scheng%bcarh657.bnr.ca (Spencer Cheng)|
|In-Reply-To:||email@example.com's message of 12 Feb 91 20:16:19 GMT|
|Keywords:||yacc, lex, question|
|Date:||Fri, 15 Feb 1991 21:01:29 -0500|
You can always try FLEX/Bison if you find the table generated by
lex/Yacc is too large for you. I had to port lex/yacc files to a
HP3000 once with only 64K words(?) of addressable memory and the
lex/yacc sucked up too much memory. By replace LEX with flex, the
problem went away....
Spencer Cheng scheng@BNR.CA
[Flex code is more compact than lex, but I don't think that Bison code is
any smaller than yacc. -John]
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