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Old 01-03-2008, 02:31 PM   #1
sarmast
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flex in linux


I am a newbie,i want to khonw how i can make c++ file from lex file,i know that we have this in windows,i mean that when i write my programme in lex in pargen( -pargen is a parser generator-in windows),pargen makes its .cpp file itself,is it possible in linux? can flex make .cpp file for my lex programme? wich command shoud i use?
 
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If you read the man page, you will see:
Code:
   Generated code:
       -+,  --c++
              generate C++ scanner class
There are lots of helpful things in the man page. Recommended reading.
--- rod.
 
  


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