Re: How to determine if a given line is a C/C++ comment

"Nico" <listas@nicolasb.com.ar>
12 Aug 2006 13:09:35 -0400

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From: "Nico" <listas@nicolasb.com.ar>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 12 Aug 2006 13:09:35 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
References: 06-08-042
Keywords: C, lex

There is a (c-style comments) example of this on K&R's book. You could
also use a finite automata.


chtaylo3@gmail.com ha escrito:


> Hello all,
>
> First, I must admit that I know squat about compilers. I've asked
> around about how to determine if a given line of source contains
> nothing but comments and I've been referred to this newsgroup severla
> times.
>
> I'm trying to determine if a given line is a C/C++ style comment.
>
> [...]



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