|Have C++ Parser; Need Difficult C++ Examples firstname.lastname@example.org (1992-09-14)|
|Re: Have C++ Parser; Need Difficult C++ Examples email@example.com (1992-09-16)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Ed Ipser)|
|Organization:||National University of Singapore|
|Date:||Mon, 14 Sep 1992 07:37:04 GMT|
|Keywords:||C++, parse,, comment|
We have developed a C++ parser (abstract translator, actually) which is
now in beta testing. We are looking for difficult C++ programs to test the
parser. It already successfully handles all publishd ambiguities including
several difficult examples posted to comp.compilers recently.
Please email your most difficult C++ cases to:
Arthur Sombrito of Xorian Technologies
Be sure to include a short description of why the case is supposed to be
The LADE C++/AT (a.k.a. the Sombrito Grammar) provides complete semantic
information on the processed C++ program including:
o the class hierarchy;
o class data and function member signatures; and
o objects, types, and function signatures.
The LADE C++/AT is built within the LADE Translator Generator framework
using the abstract translator methodology which means that the LADE C++/AT
may be utilized in any number of ways:
o as a stand-alone semantic processor to provide semantic
o as the basis for customized semantic analysis, semantic
checking, or code analysis;
o as the basis for full-fledged C++ compilers or interpreters; or
o as the basis of languages which are a superset or subset of C++
(e.g. C++ with SQL).
For more information on LADE or LADE C++/AT please contact:
[So can we see your parser? -John]
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