daz wrote:

>Stefan Kaes wrote:
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>>[...]
>>Exactly. Although I'm a bit confused by the term RHS identifier. In
>>usual compiler/language semantics  speak, this term is reserved for
>>identifiers occurring on the RHS of an assignment. If I understand it
>>correctly, you use it for "not occurring on the left hand side of an
>>assignment"?
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>>From a 'Guide to Lex & Yacc' (no link, sorry):
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>3.  YACC
>3.1  Theory
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>"Terms that appear on the left-hand side (lhs) of a production, such
>as E(expression) are nonterminals.  Terms such as id(identifier) are
>terminals (tokens returned by lex) and only appear on the right-hand
>side (rhs) of a production."
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>daz
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Already revoked my statement. For different reasons though. YACC has 
nothing to do with it, at all.

Sorry for the confusion.

-- stefan