LR—Automatic Parser Generator and LR(1) Parser

  title={LR—Automatic Parser Generator and LR(1) Parser},
  author={Charles Wetherell and Alfred Shannon},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering},
LR is an LR(1) parser generation system. It is written entirely in portable ANS1 standard Fortran 66 and has been successfully operated on a number of computers. LR uses a powerful algorithm of Pager's to generate a space efficient parser for any LR(1) grammar. Generated parsers have been used in a variety of compilers, utility programs, and applications packages. 


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