|PL/1 grammar firstname.lastname@example.org (George A. Corondan) (1991-05-06)|
|Re: PL/1 grammar email@example.com (1991-05-08)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (John Toebes)|
|Organization:||SAS Institute Inc.|
|Date:||Wed, 08 May 91 14:35:14 GMT|
If you are going to do anything with PL/I, the definitive source is the
TSI compiler from Translation Systems Incorporated. With the exception
of the IBM offering, all of the PL/I (Subset G) compilers that I have
encountered have been based on the TSI implementation. As has already been
noted here, PL/I does not have any reserved words making yacc/lexx a
formidable task. The TSI technology is well tuned to PL/I and most
importantly has all the aspects of the language layed out.
I have no association with TSI but have worked on a PL/I compiler from
the TSI code in the past.
========= Working for but not representing SAS Institute Inc. ============
John A. Toebes, VIII email@example.com
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