|Javacc& JTree Jacek.Skrzypiec@sybernet.ie (Jacek skrzypiec) (1998-11-06)|
|Javacc& JTree KPRASAD@us.oracle.com (KPRASAD.US.ORACLE.COM) (1998-11-07)|
|Re: Javacc& JTree firstname.lastname@example.org (Janusz Szpilewski) (1998-11-12)|
|From:||"Jacek skrzypiec" <Jacek.Skrzypiec@sybernet.ie>|
|Date:||6 Nov 1998 16:32:00 -0500|
I have general question about performance of JavaCC for a big grammar
such as C++. What are the pitfall of using this technology in this
spatial case. I would be interested in exchanging the views with
somebody who has worked with the Javacc.
By the way, I am looking for information on representing classes in
symbol tables, records are represented usually as a tuple consisting
of an enumerated value representing its constructor (e.g. record) the
numbers of fields and a sequence of pairs comprising representations
of the field identifiers.
This structure in its pure case does not seem to be suitable for
representing methods, scoped classes.
Thank in advance for any suggestions.
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