[OT] Using LISP/PROLOG to parse regular expression

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  1. Is it going to be very very trivial? :)

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    please include the subject line in your post

    "Using LISP/PROLOG to parse regular expression"

    why did you post this to comp.lang.c++?
     
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  3. Is it going to be very very trivial? :)
    I saw some replies talking about LISP and PROLOG. SO.... ;)

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