Nicolas Pierron

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Context-sensitive languages such as C or C ++ can be parsed using a context-free but ambiguous grammar, which requires another stage, disambiguation, in order to select the single parse tree that complies with the language's semantical rules. Naturally, large and complex languages induce large and complex disambiguation stages. If, in addition, the parser(More)
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