/*
* These integer codes correspond to production rules in c-calctree.y
* The numbers are almost arbitrary, except (a) we'd like to not overlap
* with any terminal symbol codes, including ASCII codes, and (b) ideally
* it would be trivial to tell from the code what non-terminal is involved.
*/
#define INPUT 1000
#define INPUT_R1 1001
#define INPUT_R2 1002
#define LINE 2000
#define LINE_R1 2001
#define LINE_R2 2002
#define EXP 3000
#define EXP_R1 3001 /* NUM */
#define EXP_R2 3002 /* E+E */
#define EXP_R3 3003 /* E-E */
#define EXP_R4 3004 /* E*E */
#define EXP_R5 3005 /* E/E */
#define EXP_R6 3006 /* -E */
#define EXP_R7 3007 /* E^E */
#define EXP_R8 3008 /* (E) */