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* :nick.LEXXC$$    :sec.UNCLASSIFIED                  :disk.IBMVMGAT
* :title.Alternate LEXX C parser
* :version.3.0     :date.95/03/11   :summary.ANNOUNCE :support.N
* :oname.Bill Fenlason              :onode.KGNVMT     :ouser.BILLFEN
* :aname.Bill Fenlason              :anode.KGNVMT     :auser.BILLFEN
* :sw.LEXX
* :ops.VM family                    :lang.PL/I        :source.N
* :doc.announce
* :abs.Preliminary version.  Some improvements over current C parsers.
* Provides some syntax checking and comprehensive classes and fonts.
* :lic.By placing material on this conference, I agree to grant
* IBM a non-exclusive, royalty-free license for the material
* as set forth in the LICENSE AGREEMNT file on this conference.
* (c) Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1993,1995.
*                     All Rights Reserved.
*    This tool has been authorized for distribution to external users.
*    The terms and conditions are in the package LICENSE file.
*    A statement by the author is contained in the package ABOUT file.
      LEXXC$$  ABOUT    *  Author ID and statement
      LEXXC$$  ANNOUNCE *  Announcement and status
      C$$      LEXXHELP *  Help file
      LXC$$    TEXT     *  Parser object deck
      C$$WORD  TEXT     *  Keyword table object deck
      C$$FONT  LEXX     *  LEXX macro to set fonts for parser
* Copies of the following file renamed to C LEXXLOAD * and H LEXXLOAD *
* may be used to initiate automatic C parsing.
      CPARSE   LEXX     *  LEXX command to initiate C parsing
* The following file contains a list of the C keywords recognized by
* C$$.  It is a documentation file and is not actually read.
      C$$WORD  C$$DEF   *  Keyword documentation file
* The following were contributed by Steve Hayes:  (Thanks Steve.)
* To view the alternate color/font arrangement, enter C$$FONSH.
      C$$INST  EXEC     *  Exec to install C$$ as the default parser
      C$$FONSH LEXX     *  Alternate font definitions