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yacc

/usr/ccs/bin/yacc [options ] file

Given a file containing a context-free LALR(1) grammar, convert it to tables for subsequent parsing and send output to y.tab.c . This command name stands for y et a nother c ompiler-c ompiler. See also lex and lex & yacc , which is listed in the Bibliography.

Options

-b prefix

Use prefix instead of y for the generated filenames. Solaris only.

-d

Generate y.tab.h , producing #define statements that relate yacc 's token codes to the token names declared by the user.

-l

Exclude #line constructs from code produced in y.tab.c . (Use after debugging is complete.)

-p prefix

Use prefix instead of yy for all external names in the generated parser. Solaris only.

-P parser

Use parser instead of /usr/ccs/bin/yaccpar . Solaris only.

-Q c

Place version information about yacc in y.tab.c (if c = y ) or suppress information (if c = n , the default).

-t

Compile runtime debugging code by default.

-v

Generate y.output , a file containing diagnostics and notes about the parsing tables.

-V

Print the version of yacc on standard error.


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