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analyzer and parser software

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I have been looking for some tools like troff and flex for C++ for Linux/Windows. These utility programs is quite old, so I would expect there to be something new and better. And preferably C++ generated code. Does anyone have any good info about this? Is this way of generating a script language out-dated?

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I didn't know you could use troff to do something like that. Anyway, I still use Bison/Flex. If you're running Windows, there are Win32 binaries for these, or you could use Cygwin, otherwise they're easily obtainable for a Unix/Linux system. A friend of mine really likes PRECCX, but frankly I don't get it.

http://www.thefreecountry.com/programming/compilerconstruction.shtml

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troff is a type-setter, not a parser generator. You might be thinking of bison.

There are others; google for "parser generator" and you'll find them.

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Sorry, what I meant was yacc ofcourse, not troff ^^
I think you got it right anyway

Ill look into those thanks

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