Re: Parsing newbie -- recursion question (probably simple)

"Nicola Musatti" <nicola.musatti@gmail.com>
15 Nov 2005 23:28:46 -0500

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From: "Nicola Musatti" <nicola.musatti@gmail.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 15 Nov 2005 23:28:46 -0500
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References: 05-11-059
Keywords: parse

sonicsmooth@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi, I'm trying to write a parser for SPICE files. In short, a SPICE
> file "deck" describes a circuit, with each line "card" adding a
> circuit element or describing something to the simulator. I wrote a
> grammar for it because I didn't find any online. I'm implementing
> this is Python and am not using any lex/yacc/gnu tool.


Is there any specific reason for not using one? If I were you I'd
consider PLY - Lex & Yacc in Python: http://www.dabeaz.com/ply/


Cheers,
Nicola Musatti



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