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C++11 (and C++98) Syntax/Grammar as Fully Linked HTML page

, 12 Feb 2012
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HTML page with all syntax/grammar productions of C++98/C++11


For entertaining language freaks like me, I have compiled an HTML page with all syntax/grammar productions for C++98 and C++11. All language elements are linked so that one can navigate forth and back in the EBNF productions.

The full file can be found here[^].

It contains a list of:

  • Syntax productions
  • Language variants (C++98 only and C++11 only items)
  • Terminals
  • Literals
  • Full syntax production cross reference

The variants[^] section might be of special interest.

Have fun!



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Andreas Gieriet
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I feel comfortable on a variety of systems (UNIX, Windows, cross-compiled embedded systems, etc.) in a variety of languages, environments, and tools.
I have a particular affinity to computer language analysis, testing, as well as quality management.

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