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|From:||"Aaron Gray" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||25 Jul 2006 17:59:31 -0400|
"onkar" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> (1) I have great theoretical knowledge of Compiler Theory but never
> implemented a project.
> (2) 2-3 months of time with me.
> (3) Parsing ,Semantic analysis & FSM are my interests.
> I am incredibaly good knowledge of Automata Theory.
> Given All this and my motivation Please suggest me a Project
Okay, a dynamic LEX. LEX is old technology now and there should be a modern
Basically a library that provides the LEX machine behavour that works on a
DFA or set of DFA's generated by a tool from a set of regular expressions
and character equavalence classes or LEX like file. The LEX tool is also
availiable as a dynamic library component, which can work from a file or an
intermediate set of data structures, which can be generated using the
This should ideally be implemented in an object oriented language, ideally
Direct DFA from RE generation is prefered. Implementation of beginning and
end of line anchors would be good, but lookahead is not really required.
I do not know whether this would fit in your time scales, but a prototype
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