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$
$ as normal character in patterns6. Patterns

%
%array, advantages of7. How the Input Is Matched
%array, use of7. How the Input Is Matched
%array, with C++7. How the Input Is Matched
%option nowrap9. The Generated Scanner
%pointer, and unput()8. Actions
%pointer, use of7. How the Input Is Matched
%top5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
%{ and %}, in Definitions Section5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
%{ and %}, in Rules Section8. Actions

<
<<EOF>>, use of12. End-of-File Rules

[
[] in patterns6. Patterns

^
^ as non-special character in patterns6. Patterns

|
|, in actions8. Actions
|, use of8. Actions

A
accessor functions, use of19.4.5 Accessing Variables with Reentrant Scanners
actions8. Actions
actions, embedded C strings8. Actions
actions, redefining YY_BREAK13. Miscellaneous Macros
actions, use of { and }8. Actions
aliases, how to define5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
arguments, command-line16. Scanner Options
array, default size for yytext14. Values Available To the User

B
backing up, eliminating17. Performance Considerations
backing up, eliminating by adding error rules17. Performance Considerations
backing up, eliminating with catch-all rule17. Performance Considerations
backing up, example of eliminating17. Performance Considerations
BEGIN8. Actions
BEGIN, explanation10. Start Conditions
beginning of line, in patterns6. Patterns
bison, bridging with flexA.2 C Scanners with Bison Parsers
bison, parserA.2 C Scanners with Bison Parsers
bison, scanner to be called from bisonA.2 C Scanners with Bison Parsers
BOL, checking the BOL flag13. Miscellaneous Macros
BOL, in patterns6. Patterns
BOL, setting it13. Miscellaneous Macros
braces in patterns6. Patterns
bugs, reporting2. Reporting Bugs

C
C code in flex input5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
C++18. Generating C++ Scanners
C++ and %array14. Values Available To the User
C++ I/O, customizing25.1 How do I use my own I/O classes in a C++ scanner?
C++ scanners, including multiple scanners18. Generating C++ Scanners
C++ scanners, use of18. Generating C++ Scanners
c++, experimental form of scanner class18. Generating C++ Scanners
C++, multiple different scanners18. Generating C++ Scanners
C-strings, in actions8. Actions
case-insensitive, effect on character classes6. Patterns
character classes in patterns6. Patterns
character classes in patterns, syntax of6. Patterns
character classes, equivalence of6. Patterns
clearing an input buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
command-line options16. Scanner Options
comments in flex input5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
comments in the input5.4 Comments in the Input
comments, discarding8. Actions
comments, example of scanning C comments10. Start Conditions
comments, in actions8. Actions
comments, in rules section5.4 Comments in the Input
comments, syntax of5.4 Comments in the Input
comments, valid uses of5.4 Comments in the Input
compressing whitespace8. Actions
concatenation, in patterns6. Patterns
copyright of flex1. Copyright
counting characters and lines4. Some Simple Examples
customizing I/O in C++ scanners25.1 How do I use my own I/O classes in a C++ scanner?

D
default rule4. Some Simple Examples
default rule7. How the Input Is Matched
defining pattern aliases5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
Definitions, in flex input5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
deleting lines from input8. Actions
discarding C comments8. Actions
distributing flex1. Copyright

E
ECHO8. Actions
ECHO, and yyout9. The Generated Scanner
embedding C code in flex input5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
end of file, in patterns6. Patterns
end of line, in negated character classes6. Patterns
end of line, in patterns6. Patterns
end-of-file, and yyrestart()9. The Generated Scanner
EOF and yyrestart()9. The Generated Scanner
EOF in patterns, syntax of6. Patterns
EOF, example using multiple input buffers11. Multiple Input Buffers
EOF, explanation12. End-of-File Rules
EOF, pushing back8. Actions
EOL, in negated character classes6. Patterns
EOL, in patterns6. Patterns
error messages, end of buffer missed20. Incompatibilities with Lex and Posix
error reporting, diagnostic messages23. Diagnostics
error reporting, in C++18. Generating C++ Scanners
error rules, to eliminate backing up17. Performance Considerations
escape sequences in patterns, syntax of6. Patterns
exiting with yyterminate()8. Actions
experimental form of c++ scanner class18. Generating C++ Scanners
extended scope of start conditions10. Start Conditions

F
file format5. Format of the Input File
file format, serialized tables22.3 Tables File Format
flushing an input buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
flushing the internal buffer8. Actions
format of flex input5. Format of the Input File
format of input file5. Format of the Input File
freeing tables22.2 Loading and Unloading Serialized Tables

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G
getting current start state with YY_START10. Start Conditions

H
halting with yyterminate()8. Actions
handling include files with multiple input buffers11. Multiple Input Buffers
handling include files with multiple input buffers11. Multiple Input Buffers
header files, with C++18. Generating C++ Scanners

I
include files, with C++18. Generating C++ Scanners
input file, Definitions section5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
input file, Rules Section5.2 Format of the Rules Section
input file, user code Section5.3 Format of the User Code Section
input()8. Actions
input(), and C++8. Actions
input, format of5. Format of the Input File
input, matching7. How the Input Is Matched

K
keywords, for performance17. Performance Considerations

L
lex (traditional) and POSIX20. Incompatibilities with Lex and Posix
LexerInput, overriding25.1 How do I use my own I/O classes in a C++ scanner?
LexerOutput, overriding25.1 How do I use my own I/O classes in a C++ scanner?
limitations of flex24. Limitations
literal text in patterns, syntax of6. Patterns
loading tables at runtime22.2 Loading and Unloading Serialized Tables

M
m4A.3 M4 Dependency
Makefile, example of implicit rulesA.1 Makefiles and Flex
Makefile, explicit exampleA.1 Makefiles and Flex
Makefile, syntaxA.1 Makefiles and Flex
matching C-style double-quoted strings10. Start Conditions
matching, and trailing context7. How the Input Is Matched
matching, length of7. How the Input Is Matched
matching, multiple matches7. How the Input Is Matched
member functions, C++18. Generating C++ Scanners
memory management21. Memory Management
memory, allocating input buffers11. Multiple Input Buffers
memory, considerations for reentrant scanners19.4.4 Init and Destroy Functions
memory, deleting input buffers11. Multiple Input Buffers
memory, for start condition stacks10. Start Conditions
memory, serialized tables22. Serialized Tables
memory, serialized tables22.2 Loading and Unloading Serialized Tables
methods, c++18. Generating C++ Scanners
minimal scanner7. How the Input Is Matched
multiple input streams11. Multiple Input Buffers

N
name definitions, not POSIX20. Incompatibilities with Lex and Posix
negating ranges in patterns6. Patterns
newline, matching in patterns6. Patterns
non-POSIX features of flex20. Incompatibilities with Lex and Posix
nowrap, %option9. The Generated Scanner
NULL character in patterns, syntax of6. Patterns

O
octal characters in patterns6. Patterns
options, command-line16. Scanner Options
overriding LexerInput25.1 How do I use my own I/O classes in a C++ scanner?
overriding LexerOutput25.1 How do I use my own I/O classes in a C++ scanner?
overriding the memory routines21.2 Overriding The Default Memory Management

P
Pascal-like language4. Some Simple Examples
pattern aliases, defining5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
pattern aliases, expansion of6. Patterns
pattern aliases, how to define5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
pattern aliases, use of5.1 Format of the Definitions Section
patterns and actions on different lines20. Incompatibilities with Lex and Posix
patterns, character class equivalence6. Patterns
patterns, commonA.4 Common Patterns
patterns, end of line6. Patterns
patterns, grouping and precedence6. Patterns
patterns, in rules section6. Patterns
patterns, invalid trailing context6. Patterns
patterns, matching7. How the Input Is Matched
patterns, precedence of operators6. Patterns
patterns, repetitions with grouping6. Patterns
patterns, special characters treated as non-special6. Patterns
patterns, syntax6. Patterns
patterns, syntax6. Patterns
patterns, tuning for performance17. Performance Considerations
patterns, valid character classes6. Patterns
performance optimization, matching longer tokens17. Performance Considerations
performance optimization, recognizing keywords17. Performance Considerations
performance, backing up17. Performance Considerations
performance, considerations17. Performance Considerations
performance, using keywords17. Performance Considerations
popping an input buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
POSIX and lex20. Incompatibilities with Lex and Posix
POSIX comp;compliance20. Incompatibilities with Lex and Posix
POSIX, character classes in patterns, syntax of6. Patterns
preprocessor macros, for use in actions8. Actions
pushing an input buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
pushing back characters with unput8. Actions
pushing back characters with unput()8. Actions
pushing back characters with yyless8. Actions
pushing back EOF8. Actions

R
ranges in patterns6. Patterns
ranges in patterns, negating6. Patterns
recognizing C comments10. Start Conditions
reentrant scanners, multiple interleaved scanners19.1 Uses for Reentrant Scanners
reentrant scanners, recursive invocation19.1 Uses for Reentrant Scanners
reentrant, accessing flex variables19.4.3 Global Variables Replaced By Macros
reentrant, accessor functions19.4.5 Accessing Variables with Reentrant Scanners
reentrant, API explanation19.2 An Overview of the Reentrant API
reentrant, calling functions19.4.2 The Extra Argument
reentrant, example of19.3 Reentrant Example
reentrant, explanation19. Reentrant C Scanners
reentrant, extra data19.4.6 Extra Data
reentrant, initialization19.4.4 Init and Destroy Functions
regular expressions, in patterns6. Patterns
REJECT8. Actions
REJECT, calling multiple times8. Actions
REJECT, performance costs17. Performance Considerations
reporting bugs2. Reporting Bugs
restarting the scanner20. Incompatibilities with Lex and Posix
RETURN, within actions9. The Generated Scanner
rules, default4. Some Simple Examples
rules, in flex input5.2 Format of the Rules Section

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S
scanner, definition of3. Introduction
sections of flex input5. Format of the Input File
serialization22. Serialized Tables
serialization of tables22.1 Creating Serialized Tables
serialized tables, multiple scanners22.1 Creating Serialized Tables
stack, input buffer pop11. Multiple Input Buffers
stack, input buffer push11. Multiple Input Buffers
stacks, routines for manipulating10. Start Conditions
start condition, applying to multiple patterns10. Start Conditions
start conditions10. Start Conditions
start conditions, behavior of default rule10. Start Conditions
start conditions, exclusive10. Start Conditions
start conditions, for different interpretations of same input10. Start Conditions
start conditions, in patterns6. Patterns
start conditions, inclusive10. Start Conditions
start conditions, inclusive v.s. exclusive10. Start Conditions
start conditions, integer values10. Start Conditions
start conditions, multiple10. Start Conditions
start conditions, special wildcard condition10. Start Conditions
start conditions, use of a stack10. Start Conditions
start conditions, use of wildcard condition (<*>)10. Start Conditions
start conditions, using BEGIN10. Start Conditions
stdin, default for yyin9. The Generated Scanner
stdout, as default for yyout9. The Generated Scanner
strings, scanning strings instead of files11. Multiple Input Buffers

T
tables, creating serialized22.1 Creating Serialized Tables
tables, file format22.3 Tables File Format
tables, freeing22.2 Loading and Unloading Serialized Tables
tables, loading and unloading22.2 Loading and Unloading Serialized Tables
terminating with yyterminate()8. Actions
token7. How the Input Is Matched
trailing context, in patterns6. Patterns
trailing context, limits of6. Patterns
trailing context, matching7. How the Input Is Matched
trailing context, performance costs17. Performance Considerations
trailing context, variable length17. Performance Considerations

U
unput()8. Actions
unput(), and %pointer8. Actions
unput(), pushing back characters8. Actions
user code, in flex input5.3 Format of the User Code Section
username expansion4. Some Simple Examples
using integer values of start condition names10. Start Conditions

V
verbatim text in patterns, syntax of6. Patterns

W
warning, dangerous trailing context24. Limitations
warning, rule cannot be matched23. Diagnostics
warnings, diagnostic messages23. Diagnostics
whitespace, compressing8. Actions

Y
yacc interface15. Interfacing with Yacc
yacc, interface15. Interfacing with Yacc
YY_CURRENT_BUFFER, and multiple buffers Finally, the macro11. Multiple Input Buffers
YY_EXTRA_TYPE, defining your own type19.4.6 Extra Data
YY_FLUSH_BUFFER()8. Actions
YY_INPUT9. The Generated Scanner
YY_INPUT, overriding9. The Generated Scanner
YY_START, example10. Start Conditions
YY_USER_ACTION to track each time a rule is matched13. Miscellaneous Macros
yyalloc, overriding21.2 Overriding The Default Memory Management
yyfree, overriding21.2 Overriding The Default Memory Management
yyin9. The Generated Scanner
yyinput()8. Actions
yyleng7. How the Input Is Matched
yyleng, modification of8. Actions
yyless()8. Actions
yyless(), pushing back characters8. Actions
yylex(), in generated scanner9. The Generated Scanner
yylex(), overriding9. The Generated Scanner
yylex, overriding the prototype of9. The Generated Scanner
yylineno, in a reentrant scanner19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yylineno, performance costs17. Performance Considerations
yymore()8. Actions
yymore() to append token to previous token8. Actions
yymore(), mega-kludge8. Actions
yymore, and yyleng8. Actions
yymore, performance penalty of8. Actions
yyout9. The Generated Scanner
yyrealloc, overriding21.2 Overriding The Default Memory Management
yyrestart()9. The Generated Scanner
yyterminate()8. Actions
yytext7. How the Input Is Matched
yytext, default array size14. Values Available To the User
yytext, memory considerations21.3 A Note About yytext And Memory
yytext, modification of8. Actions
yytext, two types of7. How the Input Is Matched
yywrap()9. The Generated Scanner
yywrap, default for9. The Generated Scanner

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Index of Functions and Macros

This is an index of functions and preprocessor macros that look like functions. For macros that expand to variables or constants, see Index of Variables.

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B
BEGIN10. Start Conditions

D
debug (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners

L
LexerError (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners
LexerInput (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners
LexerOutput (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners
lineno (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners

S
set_debug (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners
switch_streams (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners

Y
YY_AT_BOL13. Miscellaneous Macros
yy_create_buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
yy_delete_buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
yy_flush_buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
yy_new_buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
YY_NEW_FILE (now obsolete)12. End-of-File Rules
yy_pop_state10. Start Conditions
yy_push_state10. Start Conditions
yy_scan_buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
yy_scan_bytes11. Multiple Input Buffers
yy_scan_string11. Multiple Input Buffers
yy_set_bol13. Miscellaneous Macros
yy_set_interactive13. Miscellaneous Macros
yy_switch_to_buffer11. Multiple Input Buffers
yy_top_state10. Start Conditions
yyFlexLexer constructor (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners
yyget_debug19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyget_extra19.4.6 Extra Data
yyget_extra19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyget_in19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyget_leng19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyget_lineno19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyget_out19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyget_text19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
YYLeng (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners
yylex (C++ version)18. Generating C++ Scanners
yylex (reentrant version)A.2 C Scanners with Bison Parsers
yylex (reentrant version)A.2 C Scanners with Bison Parsers
yylex_destroy19.4.4 Init and Destroy Functions
yylex_init19.4.4 Init and Destroy Functions
yypop_buffer_state11. Multiple Input Buffers
yypush_buffer_state11. Multiple Input Buffers
yyrestart14. Values Available To the User
yyset_debug19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyset_extra19.4.6 Extra Data
yyset_extra19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyset_in19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyset_lineno19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yyset_out19.5 Functions and Macros Available in Reentrant C Scanners
yytables_destroy22.2 Loading and Unloading Serialized Tables
yytables_fload22.2 Loading and Unloading Serialized Tables
YYText (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners

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Index of Variables

This is an index of variables, constants, and preprocessor macros that expand to variables or constants.

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I
INITIAL10. Start Conditions

Y
YY_CURRENT_BUFFER14. Values Available To the User
YY_END_OF_BUFFER_CHAR11. Multiple Input Buffers
YY_NUM_RULES13. Miscellaneous Macros
YY_START10. Start Conditions
YY_START14. Values Available To the User
yyextra19.4.6 Extra Data
yyin14. Values Available To the User
yyleng14. Values Available To the User
yyllocA.2 C Scanners with Bison Parsers
YYLMAX14. Values Available To the User
yylvalA.2 C Scanners with Bison Parsers
yylval, with yacc15. Interfacing with Yacc
yyout14. Values Available To the User
yyscanner (reentrant only)19.4.2 The Extra Argument
yytext7. How the Input Is Matched
yytext14. Values Available To the User

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Index of Data Types

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F
FlexLexer (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners

Y
YY_BUFFER_STATE11. Multiple Input Buffers
YY_EXTRA_TYPE (reentrant only)19.4.6 Extra Data
yy_size_t11. Multiple Input Buffers
yyFlexLexer (C++ only)18. Generating C++ Scanners
YYLTYPEA.2 C Scanners with Bison Parsers
yyscan_t (reentrant only)19.4.7 About yyscan_t
YYSTYPEA.2 C Scanners with Bison Parsers

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Index of Hooks

This is an index of "hooks" that the user may define. These hooks typically correspond to specific locations in the generated scanner, and may be used to insert arbitrary code.

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Y
YY_BREAK13. Miscellaneous Macros
YY_USER_ACTION13. Miscellaneous Macros
YY_USER_INIT13. Miscellaneous Macros

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Index of Scanner Options

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-+16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--7bit16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--8bit16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--align16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
--always-interactive16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--array16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--backup16.5 Debugging Options
--batch16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--bison-bridge16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--bison-locations16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--c++16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--case-insensitive16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--debug16.5 Debugging Options
--default16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--ecs16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
--fast16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
--full16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
--header-file16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
--help16.6 Miscellaneous Options
--interactive16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--lex-compat16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--main16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--meta-ecs16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
--never-interactive16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--nodefault16.5 Debugging Options
--noline16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--nounistd16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--nowarn16.5 Debugging Options
--option-ansi-definitions16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--option-ansi-prototypes16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--outfile16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
--perf-report16.5 Debugging Options
--pointer16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--posix16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--prefix16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--read16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
--reentrant16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--skel16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
--stack16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--stdinit16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--stdout16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
--tables-file16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
--tables-verify16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
--trace16.5 Debugging Options
--verbose16.5 Debugging Options
--version16.6 Miscellaneous Options
--warn16.5 Debugging Options
--yyclass16.3 Code-Level And API Options
--yylineno16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
--yywrap16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
-716.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
-816.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
-B16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
-b16.5 Debugging Options
-C16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
-c16.6 Miscellaneous Options
-Ca16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
-Ce16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
-CF16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
-Cf16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
-Cm16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
-Cr16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
-d16.5 Debugging Options
-F16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
-f16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
-h16.6 Miscellaneous Options
-I16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
-i16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
-L16.3 Code-Level And API Options
-l16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
-n16.6 Miscellaneous Options
-o16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
-p16.5 Debugging Options
-P16.3 Code-Level And API Options
-R16.3 Code-Level And API Options
-s16.5 Debugging Options
-T16.5 Debugging Options
-t16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
-V16.6 Miscellaneous Options
-v16.5 Debugging Options
-w16.5 Debugging Options
-X16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior

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7bit16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior

8
8bit16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior

A
align16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
always-interactive16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
ansi-definitions16.3 Code-Level And API Options
ansi-prototypes16.3 Code-Level And API Options
array16.3 Code-Level And API Options

B
backup16.5 Debugging Options
batch16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
bison-bridge16.3 Code-Level And API Options
bison-locations16.3 Code-Level And API Options

C
c++16.3 Code-Level And API Options
case-insensitive16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior

D
debug16.5 Debugging Options
default16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior

E
ecs16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size

F
fast16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
full16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size

H
header-file16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames

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Index of Scanner Options: I -- Y

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I
interactive16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior

L
lex-compat16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior

M
main16.3 Code-Level And API Options
meta-ecs16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size

N
nodefault16.5 Debugging Options
noline16.3 Code-Level And API Options
nounistd16.3 Code-Level And API Options
nowarn16.5 Debugging Options
noyyalloc21.2 Overriding The Default Memory Management

O
outfile16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames

P
perf-report16.5 Debugging Options
pointer16.3 Code-Level And API Options
posix16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
prefix16.3 Code-Level And API Options

R
read16.4 Options for Scanner Speed and Size
reentrant16.3 Code-Level And API Options

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stack16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
stdinit16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
stdout16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames

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tables-file16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
tables-verify16.1 Options for Specifying Filenames
trace16.5 Debugging Options

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verbose16.5 Debugging Options

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warn16.5 Debugging Options

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yyclass16.3 Code-Level And API Options
yylineno16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior
yywrap16.2 Options Affecting Scanner Behavior

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