This paper published by Xerox explains how to instantiate a JavaCC parser so that it reads from Unicode sources or sources in almost any industry-standard encoding. This paper reflects best understanding of and experience with Unicode processing in JavaCC (currently version 4.0beta1). It explains how to instantiate a JavaCC parser to read from a source (file or whatever) that is not necessarily in the default character encoding of operating system. In particular, it shows how to make parser read from Unicode files in the popular UTF-8 encoding.
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