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Flex Based Outline Generator

Posted 11-15-2021 at 03:36 AM by astrogeek
Updated 11-15-2021 at 03:43 AM by astrogeek

This little project was suggested by my participation in the thread Bison YACC compiler generator question in the Programming forum which was started by LQ member schmitta. It is a simple program which produces formatted outlines, or other indented text output, from plain text source files with a few simple markup options.

The original question in the linked thread related to a Flex/Bison generated parser, but as the thread progressed it seemed to me that some basic level of function...
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Outline Input Example

Posted 11-15-2021 at 03:32 AM by astrogeek

Following is an example input file for the post Flex Based Outline Generator.

Copy the text below into a file named example.txt in your build directory and pass it as input to the application described in the above linked post.

Code:
##########################################
# Example Outline Specification          #
# Outlines operation of outline parser   #
##########################################

.tcOutline Generator Outline
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Flex Outline Generator Spec File

Posted 11-15-2021 at 03:31 AM by astrogeek

Following is the Flex specification source for the post Flex Based Outline Generator.

Build instructions are included in the comments at top of the source below.

Copy and paste into a file named outline.l in your build directory. You may test your build using the example input file referenced in the above linked post.

Code:
%top{
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