|some guideline to lexer or parser email@example.com (chano) (2017-02-27)|
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On 2017/02/27 05:53, chano wrote:
> is there any guideline document on simple lexer or parser on the internet?
Bison has a simple calculator which is good to start with, available
both in C and C++, also described in the manual.
> I try to build routine to parse simple < data, data, data > format and I
> find it it's no easy task
If it is very simple, some other computer facility might suffice.
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