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y.output file in YACC

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Could anyone please point me towards a good source of information that explains how to interpret the y.output file produced by YACC. I have tried the Nutshell book (Lex & Yacc) and it isn't very satisfactory.
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If you find the Nutshell book no help you are on to a loser. These are the best UNIX books there are.
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