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Bison grammar (1 reduce/reduce 1 shift/reduce )
by Gold in Programming Languages

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i know, my grammar is ambiguous but how can I rewrite this grammar to eliminate this ambiguity? ..................


I have a grammar just like this:


Bison file


%left equal nEqual
%left gre less greOrEqual lessOrEqual
%left plus sub
%left DIV mult exp mod
%left not
%left leftB rightB
%%
S :
var "=" A "

scale and reduce colors to reduce file size of scan
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Up to now I think the following steps should be made:


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scale to ~120dpi
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Up to now we use convert (imagemagick) and net-ppm tools.


The scans are invoices, not photos.


Any hints appreciated.


Update


example:


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Here's what I'm doing:


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21800002
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26
mongos> map = function () { emit(this.cookie, 1);}
function () {
emit(this.cookie, 1);
}
mongos> reduce = function (key, values) {return 1;}
function (key, values) {
r

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I'm having a problem getting rid of a reduce/reduce conflict in a grammar. I have the following rules:


<Constructor> ::= <Type> '{'<Constructor_1> '}'
| <Type> '{' '}'
<Constructor_1> ::= <SetCons> | <RecordCons> | <ArrayCons>
<SetCons> ::= <SetElt> <SetCons_1>
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