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Coordination languages were motivated by an ever-increasing need for producing highly-reusable components, which can be partially achieved by implementing them in a way that is independent of the way they interact. Isolating interaction from computation, persistence and other concerns enhances...
Compiler construction tools have proven to be very useful for developers in the traditional task of compiler construction and language processors that are present in editors, word processors or XML. In contrast to their importance, traditional tools like YACC have failed to take advantage of...
This paper describes oops , an object-oriented parser generator implemented in Java 1. Oops takes a grammar written in EBNF, checks that it is indeed LL(1), i.e., suitable for recursive descent parsing, and produces a parser as a set of serialized objects. A scanner must be provided and classes...
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