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Posted on 1997-03-26
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I'm looking for Lexx, Yacc, and/or Bison tools for Delphi.

Could anyone direct me to websites that WILL contain such.
Perhaps telling me the files to look for, if it is a large repository, for a better grade.

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You can find a Lexx/Yacc tool for Turbo Pascal, which you can use in Delphi, at iecc.com in pub/file/lyprg.zip.
You can also contact with Albert Graef (ag@muwiinfa.geschichte.uni-mainz.de), who has written another program for yacc parsing using Turbo Pascal.

Hope this helps.
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