|Re: Is YACC / PCCTS used in commercial comp michael.ball@Eng.Sun.COM (1997-01-03)|
|Re: precedence modification? firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-01-12)|
|Re: precedence modification? email@example.com.OZ.AU (1997-01-15)|
|Re: precedence modification? Keith.Clarke@dcs.qmw.ac.uk (1997-01-17)|
|From:||michael.ball@Eng.Sun.COM (Mike Ball)|
|Date:||3 Jan 1997 23:09:35 -0500|
firstname.lastname@example.org (J. Kanze) writes:
> From the different compiler people I've talked to, I get the
> impression that recursive descent dominates for C++.
Just for the record, the Sun C++ compiler, which is based (as were a number
of commercial compilers) on the TauMetric frontend, uses recursive descent,
with a precedence modification when handling expressions.
The original Zortech C++, now Symantec C++, and the Borland C++ compiler use
approximately the same technique.
That is, as far as I can tell, just the easiest way to do it.
SunSoft Development Products
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