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Re: [COLD] textdb parser...

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Wed Jan 17 15:28:33 1996 )

From: "Jeff Kesselman" <jeffk@tenetwork.com>
To: coldstuff@tombstone.sunrem.com
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 1996 12:07:28 +0000
Reply-To: coldstuff@tombstone.sunrem.com

> Date:          Wed, 17 Jan 1996 09:14:20 -0700 (MST)
> From:          Brandon Gillespie <brandon@tombstone.sunrem.com>
> To:            coldstuff@cold.org
> Subject:       [COLD] textdb parser...
> Reply-to:      coldstuff@cold.org

> I did rewrite the parser from scratch, but ONLY as a temporary quick 
> 'hack' until we can get a 'real' parser in yacc.  As my experience with 
> yacc is restricted I opted for the quicker less forgiving path of doing 
> it by hand.
I've written multiple languages including a few used commerically in 
YACC and LEX.  Once you getthe hang of them they are quick, easy, and 
reliable.  Ill write you a parser this weekend.

Can you give me a reasonable peice of correct sample code to test it 


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