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Here is the public domain version of QPARSER, a tool for writing translators, compilers, assemblers, and other language parsing programs. This disk has the full QPARSER software but it is limited with a top limit of 25 production/parsing rules. QPARSER is an excellent way to experiment with language design and compiler development. Very useful for computer science students.
Disk No: 419 Program Title: QPARSER PLUS PC-SIG version: 3.2 Here is the public domain version of QPARSER, a tool for writing translators, compilers, assemblers, and other language parsing programs. This disk contains the full QPARSER software but it is limited in that it has a top limit of 25 production/parsing rules. QPARSER is an excellent way to experiment with language design and compiler development. Very useful for computer science students. Usage: Programming. Special Requirements: A hard disk is recommended. How to Start: Type GO (press enter). Suggested Registration: $10.00 File Descriptions: ARCX COM Unarchiving program. QPDEMO ARC QPARSER files in archived format. QPDEMO2 ARC QPARSER files in archived format. README DOC Note on where to get full QPARSER SYSTEM PC-SIG 1030D East Duane Avenue Sunnyvale Ca. 94086 (408) 730-9291 (c) Copyright 1986,87,88,89 PC-SIG, Inc.
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Greetings! Thank you for using the QPARSER+ demonstration disk. You may be quite surprised to find that this disk contains only four files. There are actually many more files on the disk, but they have all been squeezed into two files -- qpdemo.arc and qpdemo2.arc. We have included an unsqueezing program on the disk called ARCX. ARCX will unsqueeze the files from the demo disk and place them onto another disk. If you have a hard disk drive, you should: 1) Create a temporary directory on your hard disk drive C:> mkdir demo 2) Go into the new directory C:> cd demo 3) Switch back to the drive which contains the demo C:> A: 4) Start the ARCX program with the following parameters A:> ARCX a:* c: This will load all of the compressed files into the demo directory of your hard disk. The automated parts of the demo will create new files on the disk, so make sure that you have some available space on your hard disk. Instructions for running the automated parts of the demo are contained in the compressed file called READ.ME. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- INSTRUCTIONS FOR UNSQUEEZING TO TWO FLOPPY DISKS Before we begin, you should prepare two blank formatted floppy disks. Insert the demo disk in drive A: and one of the blank disks into drive B: Execute the command line: 1) arcx a:qpdemo.arc b: This will load the first set of demo files onto the floppy in drive B:. Take this floppy out of drive B: and insert the second blank floppy into drive B: Execute the command line: 2) arcx a:qpdemo2.arc b: This will load the second set of demo files onto the second blank disk. Now remove the demo disk from drive A: and re-insert the disk which contains the first set of unsqueezed files into drive A:. There should be a file on this disk called READ.ME which will provide you with further instructions. If you have any problems or questions, feel free to call us at: QCAD SYSTEMS 1164 HYDE AVE. San Jose, CA 95129 (408) 995-6884 Have Fun !
Volume in drive A has no label Directory of A:\ ARCX COM 7808 7-28-86 FILES419 TXT 955 4-24-89 10:31a GO BAT 38 6-10-87 3:00p GO TXT 386 4-24-89 10:26a PAGE COM 325 1-06-87 4:21p QPDEMO ARC 199380 7-28-87 12:45p QPDEMO2 ARC 97623 3-30-87 10:39a README DOC 2122 7-28-87 12:33p VIEW BAT 37 4-24-89 10:25a 9 file(s) 308674 bytes 8192 bytes free