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    The attachment is a xml reader in Skill that I did as proof-of-concept for automatic parser generation some time ago. The parser itself is of LALR1 type, automata of lexer and parser are generated directly from EBNF. The grammar is visible in the comments at the reduce rules and should cover all of XML1.0 and probably also...

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    The attachment is a xml reader in Skill that I did as proof-of-concept for automatic parser generation some time ago. The parser itself is of LALR1 type, automata of lexer and parser are generated directly from EBNF. The grammar is visible in the comments at the reduce rules and should cover all of XML1.0 and probably also...

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    The attachment is a xml reader in Skill that I did as proof-of-concept for automatic parser generation some time ago. The parser itself is of LALR1 type, automata of lexer and parser are generated directly from EBNF. The grammar is visible in the comments at the reduce rules and should cover all of XML1.0 and probably also...

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