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OCAMLYACC(1)									     OCAMLYACC(1)

       ocamlyacc - The OCaml parser generator

       ocamlyacc [ -bprefix ] [ -q ] [ -v ] [ -version ] [ -vnum ] filename.mly

       The  ocamlyacc(1) command produces a parser from a LALR(1) context-free grammar specifica-
       tion with attached semantic actions, in the style of yacc(1).  Assuming the input file  is
       grammar.mly,  running  ocamlyacc  produces OCaml code for a parser in the file grammar.ml,
       and its interface in file grammar.mli.

       The generated module defines one parsing function per entry point in  the  grammar.  These
       functions  have the same names as the entry points.  Parsing functions take as arguments a
       lexical analyzer (a function from lexer buffers to tokens) and a lexer buffer, and  return
       the  semantic  attribute  of the corresponding entry point. Lexical analyzer functions are
       usually generated from a lexer specification by the ocamllex(1) program. Lexer buffers are
       an abstract data type implemented in the standard library module Lexing. Tokens are values
       from the concrete type token, defined  in  the  interface  file	grammar.mli  produced  by

       The ocamlyacc(1) command recognizes the following options:

	      Name  the output files prefix.ml, prefix.mli, prefix.output, instead of the default
	      naming convention.

       -q     This option has no effect.

       -v     Generate a description of the parsing tables and a report  on  conflicts	resulting
	      from ambiguities in the grammar. The description is put in file grammar.output.

	      Print version string and exit.

       -vnum  Print short version number and exit.

       -      Read  the grammar specification from standard input.  The default output file names
	      are stdin.ml and stdin.mli.

       -- file
	      Process file as the grammar specification, even if its name starts with a dash  (-)
	      character.  This option must be the last on the command line.

       The OCaml user's manual, chapter "Lexer and parser generators".

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