|plsql grammar ? firstname.lastname@example.org (John Robinson) (1998-10-04)|
|Re: plsql grammar ? email@example.com (1998-10-05)|
|Re: plsql grammar ? firstname.lastname@example.org (cpc) (1998-10-07)|
|Re: plsql grammar ? email@example.com (Emre Omacan) (1999-01-11)|
|Date:||7 Oct 1998 23:07:52 -0400|
> >Can anyone point me to a formal grammar for PLSQL? PCCTS, Yacc ...
I don't think you'll find a PL/SQL grammar, as that is specific (to my
knowledge) to Oracle and propietary. There is an ANSI SQL yacc and lex
specification on the O'Reilly (nutshell?) books site. Look for the
source code for the book: 'Lex & Yacc'.
[The SQL grammar is kind of old, but it's not a bad starting point.
It's here at ftp://ftp.iecc.com/pub/file/sql.shar.gz -John]
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