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Bison takes as input a context-free grammar specification and produces a C-language function that recognizes correct instances of the grammar.
The Bison grammar input file conventionally has a name ending in `.y'. See section Invoking Bison.
3.1 Outline of a Bison Grammar Overall layout of the grammar file. 3.2 Symbols, Terminal and Nonterminal Terminal and nonterminal symbols. 3.3 Syntax of Grammar Rules How to write grammar rules. 3.4 Recursive Rules Writing recursive rules. 3.5 Defining Language Semantics Semantic values and actions. 3.6 Tracking Locations Locations and actions. 3.7 Bison Declarations All kinds of Bison declarations are described here. 3.8 Multiple Parsers in the Same Program Putting more than one Bison parser in one program.
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