|Unicode lexical analisis and parsing with flex and bison in C++? email@example.com (Craig Hobbs) (1998-01-12)|
|Re: Unicode lexical analisis and parsing with flex and bison in C++? firstname.lastname@example.org (Henry Spencer) (1998-01-13)|
|Re: Unicode lexical analisis and parsing with flex and bison in C++? email@example.com (1998-01-14)|
|From:||"Craig Hobbs" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||12 Jan 1998 00:11:54 -0500|
|Organization:||Northwest Nexus Inc.|
I'd imagine (although I haven't tried it) that one would need to
modify the generated code to use wchar_t instead of char. Anybody
tried this or gotten it to work?
Are there any similar C++ tools which support Unicode input?
[It's not that simple, lex uses character values as indexes into
arrays, and you might not want to have a lot of 64K arrays in your
code. I believe that Plan 9 has a unicode version of lex, might want
to see what they did. -John]
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