1: #if !defined(lint) && defined(DOSCCS)
   2: static char sccsid[] = "@(#)y1.c	4.1.1	(2.11BSD)	1995/05/11";
   3: #endif
   4: 
   5: # include "dextern"
   6: 
   7:     /* variables used locally */
   8: 
   9:     /* lookahead computations */
  10: 
  11: int tbitset;  /* size of lookahead sets */
  12: struct looksets lkst [ LSETSIZE ];
  13: int nlset = 0; /* next lookahead set index */
  14: int nolook = 0; /* flag to suppress lookahead computations */
  15: struct looksets clset;  /* temporary storage for lookahead computations */
  16: 
  17:     /* working set computations */
  18: 
  19: struct wset wsets[ WSETSIZE ];
  20: struct wset *cwp;
  21: 
  22:     /* state information */
  23: 
  24: int nstate = 0;     /* number of states */
  25: struct item *pstate[NSTATES+2]; /* pointers to the descriptions of the states */
  26: int tystate[NSTATES];   /* contains type information about the states */
  27: int indgo[NSTATES];     /* index to the stored goto table */
  28: int tstates[ NTERMS ]; /* states generated by terminal gotos */
  29: int ntstates[ NNONTERM ]; /* states generated by nonterminal gotos */
  30: int mstates[ NSTATES ]; /* chain of overflows of term/nonterm generation lists  */
  31: 
  32:     /* storage for the actions in the parser */
  33: 
  34: int amem[ACTSIZE];  /* action table storage */
  35: int *memp = amem;   /* next free action table position */
  36: 
  37:     /* other storage areas */
  38: 
  39: int temp1[TEMPSIZE]; /* temporary storage, indexed by terms + ntokens or states */
  40: int lineno= 1; /* current input line number */
  41: int fatfl = 1;      /* if on, error is fatal */
  42: int nerrors = 0;    /* number of errors */
  43: 
  44:     /* storage for information about the nonterminals */
  45: 
  46: int **pres[NNONTERM+2];  /* vector of pointers to productions yielding each nonterminal */
  47: struct looksets *pfirst[NNONTERM+2];  /* vector of pointers to first sets for each nonterminal */
  48: int pempty[NNONTERM+1];  /* vector of nonterminals nontrivially deriving e */
  49: 
  50: main(argc,argv) int argc; char *argv[]; {
  51: 
  52:     setup(argc,argv); /* initialize and read productions */
  53:     tbitset = NWORDS(ntokens);
  54:     cpres(); /* make table of which productions yield a given nonterminal */
  55:     cempty(); /* make a table of which nonterminals can match the empty string */
  56:     cpfir(); /* make a table of firsts of nonterminals */
  57:     stagen(); /* generate the states */
  58:     output();  /* write the states and the tables */
  59:     go2out();
  60:     hideprod();
  61:     summary();
  62:     callopt();
  63:     others();
  64:     exit(0);
  65:     }
  66: 
  67: others(){ /* put out other arrays, copy the parsers */
  68:     register c, i, j;
  69: 
  70:     finput = fopen( PARSER, "r" );
  71:     if( finput == NULL ) error( "cannot find parser %s", PARSER );
  72: 
  73:     warray( "yyr1", levprd, nprod );
  74: 
  75:     aryfil( temp1, nprod, 0 );
  76:     PLOOP(1,i)temp1[i] = prdptr[i+1]-prdptr[i]-2;
  77:     warray( "yyr2", temp1, nprod );
  78: 
  79:     aryfil( temp1, nstate, -1000 );
  80:     TLOOP(i){
  81:         for( j=tstates[i]; j!=0; j=mstates[j] ){
  82:             temp1[j] = tokset[i].value;
  83:             }
  84:         }
  85:     NTLOOP(i){
  86:         for( j=ntstates[i]; j!=0; j=mstates[j] ){
  87:             temp1[j] = -i;
  88:             }
  89:         }
  90:     warray( "yychk", temp1, nstate );
  91: 
  92:     warray( "yydef", defact, nstate );
  93: 
  94:     /* copy parser text */
  95: 
  96:     while( (c=getc(finput) ) != EOF ){
  97:         if( c == '$' ){
  98:             if( (c=getc(finput)) != 'A' ) putc( '$', ftable );
  99:             else { /* copy actions */
 100:                 faction = fopen( ACTNAME, "r" );
 101:                 if( faction == NULL ) error( "cannot reopen action tempfile" );
 102:                 while( (c=getc(faction) ) != EOF ) putc( c, ftable );
 103:                 fclose(faction);
 104:                 ZAPFILE(ACTNAME);
 105:                 c = getc(finput);
 106:                 }
 107:             }
 108:         putc( c, ftable );
 109:         }
 110: 
 111:     fclose( ftable );
 112:     }
 113: 
 114: char *chcopy( p, q )  register char *p, *q; {
 115:     /* copies string q into p, returning next free char ptr */
 116:     while( *p = *q++ ) ++p;
 117:     return( p );
 118:     }
 119: 
 120: # define ISIZE 400
 121: char *writem(pp) int *pp; { /* creates output string for item pointed to by pp */
 122:     register int i,*p;
 123:     static char sarr[ISIZE];
 124:     register char *q;
 125: 
 126:     for( p=pp; *p>0 ; ++p ) ;
 127:     p = prdptr[-*p];
 128:     q = chcopy( sarr, nontrst[*p-NTBASE].name );
 129:     q = chcopy( q, " : " );
 130: 
 131:     for(;;){
 132:         *q++ = ++p==pp ? '_' : ' ';
 133:         *q = '\0';
 134:         if((i = *p) <= 0) break;
 135:         q = chcopy( q, symnam(i) );
 136:         if( q> &sarr[ISIZE-30] ) error( "item too big" );
 137:         }
 138: 
 139:     if( (i = *pp) < 0 ){ /* an item calling for a reduction */
 140:         q = chcopy( q, "    (" );
 141:         sprintf( q, "%d)", -i );
 142:         }
 143: 
 144:     return( sarr );
 145:     }
 146: 
 147: char *symnam(i){ /* return a pointer to the name of symbol i */
 148:     register char *cp;
 149: 
 150:     cp = (i>=NTBASE) ? nontrst[i-NTBASE].name : tokset[i].name ;
 151:     if( *cp == ' ' ) ++cp;
 152:     return( cp );
 153:     }
 154: 
 155: struct wset *zzcwp = wsets;
 156: int zzgoent = 0;
 157: int zzgobest = 0;
 158: int zzacent = 0;
 159: int zzexcp = 0;
 160: int zzclose = 0;
 161: int zzsrconf = 0;
 162: int * zzmemsz = mem0;
 163: int zzrrconf = 0;
 164: 
 165: summary(){ /* output the summary on the tty */
 166: 
 167:     if( foutput!=NULL ){
 168:         fprintf( foutput, "\n%d/%d terminals, %d/%d nonterminals\n", ntokens, NTERMS,
 169:                 nnonter, NNONTERM );
 170:         fprintf( foutput, "%d/%d grammar rules, %d/%d states\n", nprod, NPROD, nstate, NSTATES );
 171:         fprintf( foutput, "%d shift/reduce, %d reduce/reduce conflicts reported\n", zzsrconf, zzrrconf );
 172:         fprintf( foutput, "%d/%d working sets used\n", zzcwp-wsets,  WSETSIZE );
 173:         fprintf( foutput, "memory: states,etc. %d/%d, parser %d/%d\n", zzmemsz-mem0, MEMSIZE,
 174:                 memp-amem, ACTSIZE );
 175:         fprintf( foutput, "%d/%d distinct lookahead sets\n", nlset, LSETSIZE );
 176:         fprintf( foutput, "%d extra closures\n", zzclose - 2*nstate );
 177:         fprintf( foutput, "%d shift entries, %d exceptions\n", zzacent, zzexcp );
 178:         fprintf( foutput, "%d goto entries\n", zzgoent );
 179:         fprintf( foutput, "%d entries saved by goto default\n", zzgobest );
 180:         }
 181:     if( zzsrconf!=0 || zzrrconf!=0 ){
 182:           fprintf( stdout,"\nconflicts: ");
 183:           if( zzsrconf )fprintf( stdout, "%d shift/reduce" , zzsrconf );
 184:           if( zzsrconf && zzrrconf )fprintf( stdout, ", " );
 185:           if( zzrrconf )fprintf( stdout, "%d reduce/reduce" , zzrrconf );
 186:           fprintf( stdout, "\n" );
 187:           }
 188: 
 189:     fclose( ftemp );
 190:     if( fdefine != NULL ) fclose( fdefine );
 191:     }
 192: 
 193: /* VARARGS1 */
 194: error(s,a1) char *s; { /* write out error comment */
 195: 
 196:     ++nerrors;
 197:     fprintf( stderr, "\n fatal error: ");
 198:     fprintf( stderr, s,a1);
 199:     fprintf( stderr, ", line %d\n", lineno );
 200:     if( !fatfl ) return;
 201:     summary();
 202:     exit(1);
 203:     }
 204: 
 205: aryfil( v, n, c ) int *v,n,c; { /* set elements 0 through n-1 to c */
 206:     register int i;
 207:     for( i=0; i<n; ++i ) v[i] = c;
 208:     }
 209: 
 210: setunion( a, b ) register *a, *b; {
 211:     /* set a to the union of a and b */
 212:     /* return 1 if b is not a subset of a, 0 otherwise */
 213:     register i, x, sub;
 214: 
 215:     sub = 0;
 216:     SETLOOP(i){
 217:         *a = (x = *a)|*b++;
 218:         if( *a++ != x ) sub = 1;
 219:         }
 220:     return( sub );
 221:     }
 222: 
 223: prlook( p ) struct looksets *p;{
 224:     register j, *pp;
 225: 
 226:     pp = p->lset;
 227:     if( pp == 0 ) fprintf( foutput, "\tNULL");
 228:     else {
 229:         fprintf( foutput, " { " );
 230:         TLOOP(j) {
 231:             if( BIT(pp,j) ) fprintf( foutput,  "%s ", symnam(j) );
 232:             }
 233:         fprintf( foutput,  "}" );
 234:         }
 235:     }
 236: 
 237: cpres(){ /* compute an array with the beginnings of  productions yielding given nonterminals
 238: 	The array pres points to these lists */
 239:     /* the array pyield has the lists: the total size is only NPROD+1 */
 240:     int **pmem;
 241:     register c, j, i;
 242:     static int * pyield[NPROD];
 243: 
 244:     pmem = pyield;
 245: 
 246:     NTLOOP(i){
 247:         c = i+NTBASE;
 248:         pres[i] = pmem;
 249:         fatfl = 0;  /* make undefined  symbols  nonfatal */
 250:         PLOOP(0,j){
 251:             if (*prdptr[j] == c) *pmem++ =  prdptr[j]+1;
 252:             }
 253:         if(pres[i] == pmem){
 254:             error("nonterminal %s not defined!", nontrst[i].name);
 255:             }
 256:         }
 257:     pres[i] = pmem;
 258:     fatfl = 1;
 259:     if( nerrors ){
 260:         summary();
 261:         exit(1);
 262:         }
 263:     if( pmem != &pyield[nprod] ) error( "internal Yacc error: pyield %d", pmem-&pyield[nprod] );
 264:     }
 265: 
 266: int indebug = 0;
 267: cpfir() {
 268:     /* compute an array with the first of nonterminals */
 269:     register *p, **s, i, **t, ch, changes;
 270: 
 271:     zzcwp = &wsets[nnonter];
 272:     NTLOOP(i){
 273:         aryfil( wsets[i].ws.lset, tbitset, 0 );
 274:         t = pres[i+1];
 275:         for( s=pres[i]; s<t; ++s ){ /* initially fill the sets */
 276:             for( p = *s; (ch = *p) > 0 ; ++p ) {
 277:                 if( ch < NTBASE ) {
 278:                     SETBIT( wsets[i].ws.lset, ch );
 279:                     break;
 280:                     }
 281:                 else if( !pempty[ch-NTBASE] ) break;
 282:                 }
 283:             }
 284:         }
 285: 
 286:     /* now, reflect transitivity */
 287: 
 288:     changes = 1;
 289:     while( changes ){
 290:         changes = 0;
 291:         NTLOOP(i){
 292:             t = pres[i+1];
 293:             for( s=pres[i]; s<t; ++s ){
 294:                 for( p = *s; ( ch = (*p-NTBASE) ) >= 0; ++p ) {
 295:                     changes |= setunion( wsets[i].ws.lset, wsets[ch].ws.lset );
 296:                     if( !pempty[ch] ) break;
 297:                     }
 298:                 }
 299:             }
 300:         }
 301: 
 302:     NTLOOP(i) pfirst[i] = flset( &wsets[i].ws );
 303:     if( !indebug ) return;
 304:     if( (foutput!=NULL) ){
 305:         NTLOOP(i) {
 306:             fprintf( foutput,  "\n%s: ", nontrst[i].name );
 307:             prlook( pfirst[i] );
 308:             fprintf( foutput,  " %d\n", pempty[i] );
 309:             }
 310:         }
 311:     }
 312: 
 313: state(c){ /* sorts last state,and sees if it equals earlier ones. returns state number */
 314:     int size1,size2;
 315:     register i;
 316:     struct item *p1, *p2, *k, *l, *q1, *q2;
 317:     p1 = pstate[nstate];
 318:     p2 = pstate[nstate+1];
 319:     if(p1==p2) return(0); /* null state */
 320:     /* sort the items */
 321:     for(k=p2-1;k>p1;k--) {  /* make k the biggest */
 322:         for(l=k-1;l>=p1;--l)if( l->pitem > k->pitem ){
 323:             int *s;
 324:             struct looksets *ss;
 325:             s = k->pitem;
 326:             k->pitem = l->pitem;
 327:             l->pitem = s;
 328:             ss = k->look;
 329:             k->look = l->look;
 330:             l->look = ss;
 331:             }
 332:         }
 333:     size1 = p2 - p1; /* size of state */
 334: 
 335:     for( i= (c>=NTBASE)?ntstates[c-NTBASE]:tstates[c]; i != 0; i = mstates[i] ) {
 336:         /* get ith state */
 337:         q1 = pstate[i];
 338:         q2 = pstate[i+1];
 339:         size2 = q2 - q1;
 340:         if (size1 != size2) continue;
 341:         k=p1;
 342:         for(l=q1;l<q2;l++) {
 343:             if( l->pitem != k->pitem ) break;
 344:             ++k;
 345:             }
 346:         if (l != q2) continue;
 347:         /* found it */
 348:         pstate[nstate+1] = pstate[nstate]; /* delete last state */
 349:         /* fix up lookaheads */
 350:         if( nolook ) return(i);
 351:         for( l=q1,k=p1; l<q2; ++l,++k ){
 352:             int s;
 353:             SETLOOP(s) clset.lset[s] = l->look->lset[s];
 354:             if( setunion( clset.lset, k->look->lset ) ) {
 355:                 tystate[i] = MUSTDO;
 356:                 /* register the new set */
 357:                 l->look = flset( &clset );
 358:                 }
 359:             }
 360:         return (i);
 361:         }
 362:     /* state is new */
 363:     if( nolook ) error( "yacc state/nolook error" );
 364:     pstate[nstate+2] = p2;
 365:     if(nstate+1 >= NSTATES) error("too many states" );
 366:     if( c >= NTBASE ){
 367:         mstates[ nstate ] = ntstates[ c-NTBASE ];
 368:         ntstates[ c-NTBASE ] = nstate;
 369:         }
 370:     else {
 371:         mstates[ nstate ] = tstates[ c ];
 372:         tstates[ c ] = nstate;
 373:         }
 374:     tystate[nstate]=MUSTDO;
 375:     return(nstate++);
 376:     }
 377: 
 378: int pidebug = 0; /* debugging flag for putitem */
 379: putitem( ptr, lptr )  int *ptr;  struct looksets *lptr; {
 380:     register struct item *j;
 381: 
 382:     if( pidebug && (foutput!=NULL) ) {
 383:         fprintf( foutput, "putitem(%s), state %d\n", writem(ptr), nstate );
 384:         }
 385:     j = pstate[nstate+1];
 386:     j->pitem = ptr;
 387:     if( !nolook ) j->look = flset( lptr );
 388:     pstate[nstate+1] = ++j;
 389:     if( (int *)j > zzmemsz ){
 390:         zzmemsz = (int *)j;
 391:         if( zzmemsz >=  &mem0[MEMSIZE] ) error( "out of state space" );
 392:         }
 393:     }
 394: 
 395: cempty(){ /* mark nonterminals which derive the empty string */
 396:     /* also, look for nonterminals which don't derive any token strings */
 397: 
 398: # define EMPTY 1
 399: # define WHOKNOWS 0
 400: # define OK 1
 401: 
 402:     register i, *p;
 403: 
 404:     /* first, use the array pempty to detect productions that can never be reduced */
 405:     /* set pempty to WHONOWS */
 406:     aryfil( pempty, nnonter+1, WHOKNOWS );
 407: 
 408:     /* now, look at productions, marking nonterminals which derive something */
 409: 
 410:     more:
 411:     PLOOP(0,i){
 412:         if( pempty[ *prdptr[i] - NTBASE ] ) continue;
 413:         for( p=prdptr[i]+1; *p>=0; ++p ){
 414:             if( *p>=NTBASE && pempty[ *p-NTBASE ] == WHOKNOWS ) break;
 415:             }
 416:         if( *p < 0 ){ /* production can be derived */
 417:             pempty[ *prdptr[i]-NTBASE ] = OK;
 418:             goto more;
 419:             }
 420:         }
 421: 
 422:     /* now, look at the nonterminals, to see if they are all OK */
 423: 
 424:     NTLOOP(i){
 425:         /* the added production rises or falls as the start symbol ... */
 426:         if( i == 0 ) continue;
 427:         if( pempty[ i ] != OK ) {
 428:             fatfl = 0;
 429:             error( "nonterminal %s never derives any token string", nontrst[i].name );
 430:             }
 431:         }
 432: 
 433:     if( nerrors ){
 434:         summary();
 435:         exit(1);
 436:         }
 437: 
 438:     /* now, compute the pempty array, to see which nonterminals derive the empty string */
 439: 
 440:     /* set pempty to WHOKNOWS */
 441: 
 442:     aryfil( pempty, nnonter+1, WHOKNOWS );
 443: 
 444:     /* loop as long as we keep finding empty nonterminals */
 445: 
 446: again:
 447:     PLOOP(1,i){
 448:         if( pempty[ *prdptr[i]-NTBASE ]==WHOKNOWS ){ /* not known to be empty */
 449:             for( p=prdptr[i]+1; *p>=NTBASE && pempty[*p-NTBASE]==EMPTY ; ++p ) ;
 450:             if( *p < 0 ){ /* we have a nontrivially empty nonterminal */
 451:                 pempty[*prdptr[i]-NTBASE] = EMPTY;
 452:                 goto again; /* got one ... try for another */
 453:                 }
 454:             }
 455:         }
 456: 
 457:     }
 458: 
 459: int gsdebug = 0;
 460: stagen(){ /* generate the states */
 461: 
 462:     int i, j;
 463:     register c;
 464:     register struct wset *p, *q;
 465: 
 466:     /* initialize */
 467: 
 468:     nstate = 0;
 469:     /* THIS IS FUNNY from the standpoint of portability */
 470:     /* it represents the magic moment when the mem0 array, which has
 471: 	/* been holding the productions, starts to hold item pointers, of a
 472: 	/* different type... */
 473:     /* someday, alloc should be used to allocate all this stuff... for now, we
 474: 	/* accept that if pointers don't fit in integers, there is a problem... */
 475: 
 476:     pstate[0] = pstate[1] = (struct item *)mem;
 477:     aryfil( clset.lset, tbitset, 0 );
 478:     putitem( prdptr[0]+1, &clset );
 479:     tystate[0] = MUSTDO;
 480:     nstate = 1;
 481:     pstate[2] = pstate[1];
 482: 
 483:     aryfil( amem, ACTSIZE, 0 );
 484: 
 485:     /* now, the main state generation loop */
 486: 
 487:     more:
 488:     SLOOP(i){
 489:         if( tystate[i] != MUSTDO ) continue;
 490:         tystate[i] = DONE;
 491:         aryfil( temp1, nnonter+1, 0 );
 492:         /* take state i, close it, and do gotos */
 493:         closure(i);
 494:         WSLOOP(wsets,p){ /* generate goto's */
 495:             if( p->flag ) continue;
 496:             p->flag = 1;
 497:             c = *(p->pitem);
 498:             if( c <= 1 ) {
 499:                 if( pstate[i+1]-pstate[i] <= p-wsets ) tystate[i] = MUSTLOOKAHEAD;
 500:                 continue;
 501:                 }
 502:             /* do a goto on c */
 503:             WSLOOP(p,q){
 504:                 if( c == *(q->pitem) ){ /* this item contributes to the goto */
 505:                     putitem( q->pitem + 1, &q->ws );
 506:                     q->flag = 1;
 507:                     }
 508:                 }
 509:             if( c < NTBASE ) {
 510:                 state(c);  /* register new state */
 511:                 }
 512:             else {
 513:                 temp1[c-NTBASE] = state(c);
 514:                 }
 515:             }
 516:         if( gsdebug && (foutput!=NULL) ){
 517:             fprintf( foutput,  "%d: ", i );
 518:             NTLOOP(j) {
 519:                 if( temp1[j] ) fprintf( foutput,  "%s %d, ", nontrst[j].name, temp1[j] );
 520:                 }
 521:             fprintf( foutput, "\n");
 522:             }
 523:         indgo[i] = apack( &temp1[1], nnonter-1 ) - 1;
 524:         goto more; /* we have done one goto; do some more */
 525:         }
 526:     /* no more to do... stop */
 527:     }
 528: 
 529: int cldebug = 0; /* debugging flag for closure */
 530: closure(i){ /* generate the closure of state i */
 531: 
 532:     int c, ch, work, k;
 533:     register struct wset *u, *v;
 534:     int *pi;
 535:     int **s, **t;
 536:     struct item *q;
 537:     register struct item *p;
 538: 
 539:     ++zzclose;
 540: 
 541:     /* first, copy kernel of state i to wsets */
 542: 
 543:     cwp = wsets;
 544:     ITMLOOP(i,p,q){
 545:         cwp->pitem = p->pitem;
 546:         cwp->flag = 1;    /* this item must get closed */
 547:         SETLOOP(k) cwp->ws.lset[k] = p->look->lset[k];
 548:         WSBUMP(cwp);
 549:         }
 550: 
 551:     /* now, go through the loop, closing each item */
 552: 
 553:     work = 1;
 554:     while( work ){
 555:         work = 0;
 556:         WSLOOP(wsets,u){
 557: 
 558:             if( u->flag == 0 ) continue;
 559:             c = *(u->pitem);  /* dot is before c */
 560: 
 561:             if( c < NTBASE ){
 562:                 u->flag = 0;
 563:                 continue;  /* only interesting case is where . is before nonterminal */
 564:                 }
 565: 
 566:             /* compute the lookahead */
 567:             aryfil( clset.lset, tbitset, 0 );
 568: 
 569:             /* find items involving c */
 570: 
 571:             WSLOOP(u,v){
 572:                 if( v->flag == 1 && *(pi=v->pitem) == c ){
 573:                     v->flag = 0;
 574:                     if( nolook ) continue;
 575:                     while( (ch= *++pi)>0 ){
 576:                         if( ch < NTBASE ){ /* terminal symbol */
 577:                             SETBIT( clset.lset, ch );
 578:                             break;
 579:                             }
 580:                         /* nonterminal symbol */
 581:                         setunion( clset.lset, pfirst[ch-NTBASE]->lset );
 582:                         if( !pempty[ch-NTBASE] ) break;
 583:                         }
 584:                     if( ch<=0 ) setunion( clset.lset, v->ws.lset );
 585:                     }
 586:                 }
 587: 
 588:             /*  now loop over productions derived from c */
 589: 
 590:             c -= NTBASE; /* c is now nonterminal number */
 591: 
 592:             t = pres[c+1];
 593:             for( s=pres[c]; s<t; ++s ){
 594:                 /* put these items into the closure */
 595:                 WSLOOP(wsets,v){ /* is the item there */
 596:                     if( v->pitem == *s ){ /* yes, it is there */
 597:                         if( nolook ) goto nexts;
 598:                         if( setunion( v->ws.lset, clset.lset ) ) v->flag = work = 1;
 599:                         goto nexts;
 600:                         }
 601:                     }
 602: 
 603:                 /*  not there; make a new entry */
 604:                 if( cwp-wsets+1 >= WSETSIZE ) error( "working set overflow" );
 605:                 cwp->pitem = *s;
 606:                 cwp->flag = 1;
 607:                 if( !nolook ){
 608:                     work = 1;
 609:                     SETLOOP(k) cwp->ws.lset[k] = clset.lset[k];
 610:                     }
 611:                 WSBUMP(cwp);
 612: 
 613:             nexts: ;
 614:                 }
 615: 
 616:             }
 617:         }
 618: 
 619:     /* have computed closure; flags are reset; return */
 620: 
 621:     if( cwp > zzcwp ) zzcwp = cwp;
 622:     if( cldebug && (foutput!=NULL) ){
 623:         fprintf( foutput, "\nState %d, nolook = %d\n", i, nolook );
 624:         WSLOOP(wsets,u){
 625:             if( u->flag ) fprintf( foutput, "flag set!\n");
 626:             u->flag = 0;
 627:             fprintf( foutput, "\t%s", writem(u->pitem));
 628:             prlook( &u->ws );
 629:             fprintf( foutput,  "\n" );
 630:             }
 631:         }
 632:     }
 633: 
 634: struct looksets *flset( p )   struct looksets *p; {
 635:     /* decide if the lookahead set pointed to by p is known */
 636:     /* return pointer to a perminent location for the set */
 637: 
 638:     register struct looksets *q;
 639:     int j, *w;
 640:     register *u, *v;
 641: 
 642:     for( q = &lkst[nlset]; q-- > lkst; ){
 643:         u = p->lset;
 644:         v = q->lset;
 645:         w = & v[tbitset];
 646:         while( v<w) if( *u++ != *v++ ) goto more;
 647:         /* we have matched */
 648:         return( q );
 649:         more: ;
 650:         }
 651:     /* add a new one */
 652:     q = &lkst[nlset++];
 653:     if( nlset >= LSETSIZE )error("too many lookahead sets" );
 654:     SETLOOP(j){
 655:         q->lset[j] = p->lset[j];
 656:         }
 657:     return( q );
 658:     }

Defined functions

aryfil defined in line 205; used 12 times
cempty defined in line 395; used 1 times
  • in line 55
chcopy defined in line 114; used 4 times
closure defined in line 530; used 2 times
cpfir defined in line 267; used 1 times
  • in line 56
cpres defined in line 237; used 1 times
  • in line 54
error defined in line 194; used 69 times
flset defined in line 634; used 4 times
main defined in line 50; never used
others defined in line 67; used 1 times
  • in line 63
prlook defined in line 223; used 2 times
putitem defined in line 379; used 3 times
setunion defined in line 210; used 5 times
stagen defined in line 460; used 1 times
  • in line 57
state defined in line 313; used 3 times
summary defined in line 165; used 4 times
symnam defined in line 147; used 7 times
writem defined in line 121; used 6 times

Defined variables

amem defined in line 34; used 13 times
cldebug defined in line 529; used 1 times
clset defined in line 15; used 11 times
cwp defined in line 20; used 25 times
fatfl defined in line 41; used 4 times
gsdebug defined in line 459; used 1 times
indebug defined in line 266; used 1 times
indgo defined in line 27; used 5 times
lineno defined in line 40; used 15 times
lkst defined in line 12; used 7 times
memp defined in line 35; used 5 times
mstates defined in line 30; used 10 times
nerrors defined in line 42; used 3 times
nlset defined in line 13; used 4 times
nolook defined in line 14; used 16 times
nstate defined in line 24; used 57 times
ntstates defined in line 29; used 8 times
pempty defined in line 48; used 13 times
pfirst defined in line 47; used 3 times
pidebug defined in line 378; used 1 times
pres defined in line 46; used 9 times
pstate defined in line 25; used 34 times
sccsid defined in line 2; never used
tbitset defined in line 11; used 5 times
temp1 defined in line 39; used 58 times
tstates defined in line 28; used 8 times
tystate defined in line 26; used 24 times
wsets defined in line 19; used 34 times
zzacent defined in line 158; used 3 times
zzclose defined in line 160; used 4 times
zzcwp defined in line 155; used 4 times
zzexcp defined in line 159; used 3 times
zzgobest defined in line 157; used 3 times
zzgoent defined in line 156; used 4 times
zzmemsz defined in line 162; used 4 times
zzrrconf defined in line 163; used 11 times
zzsrconf defined in line 161; used 11 times

Defined macros

EMPTY defined in line 398; used 2 times
ISIZE defined in line 120; used 2 times
OK defined in line 400; used 2 times
WHOKNOWS defined in line 399; used 4 times
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