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|Title:||NEST: NEtwork Server Tool|
|Abstract:||This paper presents a specification language approach to automatic server code generation. The language we present has some similarities to the compiler tools Lex and Yacc, and makes the generation of state machines and parsing of server input simple. One of the main features of this new language is that it can generate three different types of servers: process-based, threaded, and event-driven. In addition, use of a server generation tool can improve programming productivity, abstract away unnecessary details, and eliminate certain classes of error.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aycock, John|
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