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http://www.antlr3.org/grammar/list.html http://hg.netbeans.org/main/file/tip/cnd.modelimpl/src/org/netbeans/modules/cnd/modelimpl/parser/cppparser.g 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.; firstname.lastname@example.org Terence Parr, Parr Research Corporation; email@example.com Russell Quong, Purdue University; firstname.lastname@example.org VERSION 1.2 SOFTWARE RIGHTS This file is a part of the ANTLR-based C++ grammar and is free software. We do not reserve any LEGAL rights to its use or distribution, but you may NOT claim ownership or authorship of this grammar or support code. An individual or company may otherwise do whatever they wish with the grammar distributed herewith including the incorporation of the grammar or the output generated by ANTLR into commerical software. You may redistribute in source or binary form without payment of royalties to us as long as this header remains in all source distributions. We encourage users to develop parsers/tools using this grammar. In return, we ask that credit is given to us for developing this grammar. By "credit", we mean that if you incorporate our grammar or the generated code into one of your programs (commercial product, research project, or otherwise) that you acknowledge this fact in the documentation, research report, etc.... In addition, you should say nice things about us at every opportunity. As long as these guidelines are kept, we expect to continue enhancing this grammar. Feel free to send us enhancements, fixes, bug reports, suggestions, or general words of encouragement at email@example.com. NeXT Computer Inc. 900 Chesapeake Dr. Redwood City, CA 94555 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