I'm not sure if there is some sort of JavaCC integration for Eclipse, and if that's what you're asking about. If so, I can't help.
But other than that .jj files are just text files that can be created with any text editor. If the question is about what goes into .jj files, then for that, too, I would point you to the tutorials and examples that come with the JavaCC distribution or which can be found on the web site. There is no point in repeating all that here.
If, on the other hand, you have a question about some specific issue you're running into while writing a .jj file, let's hear it, and we'll try to help.
posted 6 years ago
Thanks, its exactly what i was expacting you answered my question. I just added added txtfile with extension .jj its working. Sure i will put questions if i will have any problme.
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