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sorry. they're names for algorithms. different ways to generate the tables to parse using top down parsing similar to recursive descent parsing like you'd do if you were writing your own parser.

LL is a family of parsing algorithms.

LL(1) is very simple.
LL(k) is not.

But they both operate using the same basic overarching concepts at their core. Their tables even look somewhat the same. Very much the same once you understand the differences, if that makes sense.
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