Tutorial/Information on yacc and/or lex

Tutorial/Information on yacc and/or lex

Post by Tim Jord » Mon, 16 May 1994 20:29:16



[ Article crossposted from comp.unix.questions ]

[ Posted on 15 May 1994 11:24:49 GMT ]

I hope this is not a FAQ - but I'll ask anyway.  I need to write some
code to do some command line parsing.  To do this, I was hoping
to use yacc and lex.

Can anybody point me to some form of reference, tutorial etc (preferably
by anon ftp), which might provide some preliminary assistance with this
project.

I have checked out the manual pages which were not any help at all.

I would appreciate any help that you may have.  Please e-mail me

Thanks in advance.

TJ.

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1. Tutorial/Information on yacc and/or lex

I hope this is not a FAQ - but I'll ask anyway.  I need to write some
code to do some command line parsing.  To do this, I was hoping
to use yacc and lex.

Can anybody point me to some form of reference, tutorial etc (preferably
by anon ftp), which might provide some preliminary assistance with this
project.

I have checked out the manual pages which were not any help at all.

I would appreciate any help that you may have.  Please e-mail me

Thanks in advance.

TJ.

--

+======================================================================+

| Unix System Administrator          |  Brisbane, Australia            |
| Information Management Branch      |  Phone  : +61 7 834-2532        |
| Queensland Department of Transport |  Fax    : +61 7 834-2911        |
+======================================================================+

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