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C/C++ Grammar by Sun Microsystems
Sun Microsystems / NetBeans, Tue Jun 3, 2008 14:29
ANTLR v2 Grammar for C/C++
PUBLIC DOMAIN PCCTS-BASED C++ GRAMMAR (cplusplus.g, stat.g, expr.g)
Authors: Sumana Srinivasan, NeXT Inc.; sumana_srinivasan@next.com
Terence Parr, Parr Research Corporation; parrt@parr-research.com
Russell Quong, Purdue University; quong@ecn.purdue.edu
VERSION 1.2
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grammar or support code. An individual or company may otherwise do
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incorporation of the grammar or the output generated by ANTLR into
commerical software. You may redistribute in source or binary form
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We encourage users to develop parsers/tools using this grammar.
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NeXT Computer Inc.
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12/02/1994
Restructured for public consumption by Terence Parr late February, 1995.
DISCLAIMER: we make no guarantees that this grammar works, makes sense,
or can be used to do anything useful.
Grammar in a broad sense fetched on 23–27 September 2014 by Vadim Zaytsev, http://grammarware.net