Coco language



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(Cocol) A language for writing left-attributed LL1 grammars, used as the input language for the Coco LL1 parser generator, which produces Modula-2 table-driven parsers as output.
Cocol-2 is a version for the Coco-2 generator. Cocol/R is an improvement over the original Cocol and Cocol-2.
(ftp://neptune.inf.ethz.ch/).
[“A Compiler Generator for Microcomputers”, P. Rechenberg et al, P-H 1989].
(1997-12-09)

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