Lexical analysis in Lisp

san4023@aim1.tamu.edu (Scott Andrew Nedderman)
13 Apr 91 19:40:38 GMT

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From: san4023@aim1.tamu.edu (Scott Andrew Nedderman)
Keywords: Lisp, lex
Organization: Academic Computing Services TAMU
Date: 13 Apr 91 19:40:38 GMT

        I've been trying to find a good example of a lexical analyzer and
parser written in Lisp. So far I haven't had much luck. Would someone
please send me an example of how to do this? I would prefer something
with a pascal-like grammar but anything would be helpful.
        For those interested, my project is to write a TeX equation parser
in lisp (for use inside Gnu emacs) that will input the equation and
output the FORTRAN code to solve it (in a WEB of course).
        So far my biggest problem is just finding good examples of lexical
analysis in Lisp. Any help would be very appreciated.

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