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If a grammar is CLR, how can we have any conflict?

asked in Compiler Design by Junior (635 points)   | 44 views
Question seems to be framed wrongly.LALR is done by merging CLR states, this can reduce R-R conflicts only because if original CLR did not contain S-R conflict the same wont be present in LALR.Question should be present in LALR not in CLR.
Even I feel the same...
You get LALR(1) table from CLR(1) table.

In LALR(1), you merge the states having the same core. SO, you might get RR conflicts in LALR(1) table even though you dont have them in CLR(1) table.

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