Design patterns in parsing

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Title: Design patterns in parsing
Author: Schreiner, Axel-Tobias; Heliotis, James
Abstract: oops3, targeted to Java and C#, is the latest in a family of LL(1) parser generators based on an object-oriented architecture that carries through to the parsers it generates. Moreover, because oops3 employs several design patterns, its rich variety of APIs are nevertheless easy to learn. This paper discusses the use of patterns in the oops3 system and the resulting benefits for users and educators.
Description: Paper given at the Killer Examples Workshop, 21st Annual Conference on Object-Oriented Systems, Languages, and Applications in October 2008 in Portland, OR, USA.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/8273
Date: 2008

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