lex, yacc, and xml

Zheng Wang zwang at pstat.ucsb.edu
Mon Dec 22 22:32:44 GMT 1997

The core part of the parser is actually parser a regular expression. I
tried to  use JLex, a parser generator 
(http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~appel/modern/java/JLex/manual.html) to do this.=20
But to use JLex, I have to transfer the XML syntax into JLex 
specification. So I don't think it is efficient to do that. Perhaps there
are some other lex can to this easily.

Zheng Wang
Department of Statistics and Applied Probability 
University of California, Santa Barbara
E-mail: zwang at pstat.ucsb.edu; http://www.pstat.ucsb.edu/~zwang

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