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Date: Tue, 18 Aug 1998 13:09:02 -0700
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> I am looking for available ada source code for an ada syntax analysis tool preferably using finite state automaton technology ( grammar analysis is fine too).
> Can somebody give me some data on this problem, (I am willing to write the tool myself but I have severe time constraints).

I'd suggest scaflex/scayacc (SCATC tools that are part of the PAL--
Ada versions of lex and yacc).  It has a complete Ada95 grammar.


Martin C. Carlisle, Asst Prof of Comp Sci,
US Air Force Academy, [log in to unmask]

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