Re: Ox generalizes Yacc and Lex for attribute grammars

cspt@giraffe.ru.ac.za (Pat Terry)
Fri, 19 Nov 1993 06:21:11 GMT

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Newsgroups: comp.compilers
From: cspt@giraffe.ru.ac.za (Pat Terry)
Keywords: attribute, bibliography
Organization: Compilers Central
References: 93-11-100 93-11-114
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 1993 06:21:11 GMT

> What are some good references for attribute grammars?


For those interested in LL(1) grammars and so on, have a look at


    "A compiler generator for microcomputers"
    by Rechenberg and Mossenbock (Prentice Hall, 1989, 0-13-155136-1)




which describes them in connection with the Coco parser generator. The
book is written around their tools Coco and Alex (now superseded by
Coco/R), which generates parsers for LL(1) grammars that are L-attributed.
The system works very nicely, and the book is well written (I thought).


Pat Terry, Computer Science, Rhodes University, GRAHAMSTOWN 6140, RSA
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