The computer program Yacc is a parser generator developed by Stephen C. Johnson at AT&T for the Unix operating system in 1970. The name is an acronym for "Yet Another Compiler Compiler." It generates a parser based on an analytic grammar written in a notation similar to BNF. read more
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