|LL(k) grammar for ANSI C is available. email@example.com (Mohd Hanafiah Abdullah) (1993-03-30)|
|From:||"Mohd Hanafiah Abdullah" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Keywords:||C, parse, LL(1), FTP|
|Organization:||Indiana University Computer Science, Bloomington|
|Date:||Tue, 30 Mar 1993 02:43:04 GMT|
I happen to have an ANSI C grammar in LL(k) (1 <= k <= 2) that I wrote
sometime ago. It's written in Scheme, so you need to have a Scheme
interpreter to process the grammar using a program (f-f-d.s) that extracts
the FIRST/FOLLOW/DIRECTOR sets. The grammar and the Scheme program are in
the FTP archives at primost.cs.wisc.edu as
Readers without FTP access can get it by mail, by sending "send cgram-ll1"
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