ANSI C grammar, 11/12/84 draft, posted to mod.sources

Arnold Robbins arnold at gatech.CSNET
Sat May 11 04:00:27 AEST 1985

Due to popular demand on the part of people wishing to write C compilers,
I have reposted the Yacc and Lex descriptions of the 11/12/84 draft of
ANSI C to the mod.sources news group.  Without a terrible amount of work,
this grammar can be changed to describe regular C.  Note that a new draft
has come out since the one from which this grammar was taken.  These
descriptions were done by my office mate, Jeff Lee (gatech!jeff).

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