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CUP(1)							      General Commands Manual							    CUP(1)

cup - LALR parser generator for Java(tm) SYNOPSIS
cup [options] <file DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the cup command. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution (but may be used by others), because the original program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has documentation in HTML format; see /usr/doc/cup/man- ual.html. OPTIONS
-package name specify package generated classes go in [default none]. -parser name specify parser class name [default "parser"]. -symbols name specify name for symbol constant class [default "sym"] -nonterms put non terminals in symbol constant class. -expect # number of conflicts expected/allowed [default 0]. -compact_red compact tables by defaulting to most frequent reduce. -nowarn don't warn about useless productions, etc. -nosummary don't print the usual summary of parse states, etc. -nopositions don't propagate the left and right token position values. -progress print messages to indicate progress of the system. -time print time usage summary. -dump_grammar produce a human readable dump of the symbols and grammar. -dump_states produce a dump of parse state machine. -dump_tables produce a dump of the parse tables -dump produce a dump of all of the above. SEE ALSO
jlex(1), javac(1). AUTHORS
The author of CUP is Scott E. Hudson <>. This manual page was written by Vincent Renardias <>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. CUP(1)

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JFLEX(1)						      General Commands Manual							  JFLEX(1)

jflex - a lexical analyzer generator (also known as scanner generator) for Java SYNOPSIS
jflex <options> <input-files> DESCRIPTION
JFlex is a lexical analyzer generator (also known as scanner generator) for Java(tm), written in Java(tm). It is also a rewrite of the very useful tool JLex. JFlex is designed to work together with the LALR parser generator CUP, and the Java modification of Berkeley Yacc BYacc/J. It can also be used together with other parser generators like ANTLR or as a standalone tool. OPTIONS
-d <directory> write generated file to <directory> --skel <file> use external skeleton <file> --switch, --table, --pack set default code generation method --jlex strict JLex compatibility --nomin skip minimization step --nobak don't create backup files --dump display transition tables --dot write graphviz .dot files for the generated automata (alpha) --verbose, -v display generation progress messages (default) --quiet, -q display errors only --time display generation time statistics --version print the version number of this copy of jflex --info print system + JDK information --help, -h print this message AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Wolfgang Baer <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). October 2005 JFLEX(1)
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