Clips grammar wanted (Rob Quinn)
Sun, 17 Nov 91 0:11:47 CST

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From: (Rob Quinn)
Keywords: question, parse
Organization: Compilers Central
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 91 0:11:47 CST

I'm looking for a clips grammar definition. ftp sites or mail
would be keen. Thanks

Clips is a lisp like language (we are not familiar with lisp). Quoting
from our text book:
  "CLIPS is a forward chaining rule based language that has
inferencing and representation capabilities of OPS5. Syntactically,
CLIPS very closely resembles a subset of ART."
  It stands for C Language Integrated Production System, and was written
by a group at NASA.
  The project we are working on is verifying expert systems, so were are
trying to create a bison file describing the language. We have the CLIPS
source code, but it is straight C, no lex or grammar files.
Rob Quinn

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