|Blasphemy firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-02-18)|
|Re: Blasphemy email@example.com (1995-02-20)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Erik Troan)|
|Keywords:||C, errors, parse, books|
|Organization:||University of North Carolina- SunSITE Project|
|Date:||Mon, 20 Feb 1995 16:18:28 GMT|
Shaun Flisakowski <email@example.com> wrote:
>I would appreciate it if someone could either:
>1) Point me in the direction of a error-free version of the C
> grammar (cheap).
There's a version online from Jim Roskind, and it's available as
c++grammar2.0.tar.gz. I'm not sure wxactly where I grabbed it from,
but archie is sure to find it.
Note that it comes with both a C and C++ grammar in YACCable form.
Other good sources of the C grammar are:
1) K&R Version 2 - You shouldn't be doing any C stuff w/o this, and the
grammar is in the back.
2) Annotated ANSI C - wonderful book. Includes the complete ANSI spec,
along with the ANSI grammar.
Erik Troan = firstname.lastname@example.org = http://sunsite.unc.edu/ewt/
[Roskind's grammars are here for FTP at iecc.comn in the compilers archive.
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