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I started writing one once but stopped for lack of interest. Here's where I left off. (which is actually very, very early in the process). Sun publishes the Java Language Specification which is the source for this snippet of code.

package Regex::JavaLanguage; use utf8; $UnicodeInputCharacter = qr/ $UnicodeEscape | $RawInputCharacter /x; $UnicodeEscape = qr/ \\ $UnicodeMarker $HexDigit $HexDigit $HexDigit $HexDigit /x; $UnicodeMarker = qr/ u | $UnicodeMarker u /x; $RawInputCharacter = qr/\X/; __DATA__ Identifier: IDENTIFIER QualifiedIdentifier: Identifier { . Identifier } Literal: IntegerLiteral FloatingPointLiteral CharacterLiteral StringLiteral BooleanLiteral NullLiteral Expression: Expression1 [AssignmentOperator Expression1]] AssignmentOperator: = += -= *= /= &= |= ^= %= <<= >>= >>>= Type: Identifier { . Identifier } BracketsOpt BasicType StatementExpression: Expression ConstantExpression: Expression Expression1: Expression2 [Expression1Rest] Expression1Rest: [ ? Expression : Expression1] Expression2 : Expression3 [Expression2Rest] Expression2Rest: {Infixop Expression3} Expression3 instanceof Type Infixop: || && | ^ & == != < > <= >= << >> >>> + - * / % Expression3: PrefixOp Expression3 ( Expr | Type ) Expression3 Primary {Selector} {PostfixOp} Primary: ( Expression ) this [Arguments] super SuperSuffix Literal new Creator Identifier { . Identifier }[ IdentifierSuffix] BasicType BracketsOpt .class void.class IdentifierSuffix: [ ( ] BracketsOpt . class | Expression ]) Arguments . ( class | this | super Arguments | new InnerCreator ) PrefixOp: ++ -- ! ~ + - PostfixOp: ++ -- Selector: . Identifier [Arguments] . this . super SuperSuffix . new InnerCreator [ Expression ] SuperSuffix: Arguments . Identifier [Arguments] BasicType: byte short char int long float double boolean ArgumentsOpt: [ Arguments ] Arguments: ( [Expression { , Expression }] ) BracketsOpt: {[]} Creator: QualifiedIdentifier ( ArrayCreatorRest | ClassCreatorRest ) InnerCreator: Identifier ClassCreatorRest ArrayCreatorRest: [ ( ] BracketsOpt ArrayInitializer | Expression ] {[ Expression ]} + BracketsOpt ) ClassCreatorRest: Arguments [ClassBody] ArrayInitializer: { [VariableInitializer {, VariableInitializer} [,]] } VariableInitializer: ArrayInitializer Expression ParExpression: ( Expression ) Block: { BlockStatements } BlockStatements: { BlockStatement } BlockStatement : LocalVariableDeclarationStatement ClassOrInterfaceDeclaration [Identifier :] Statement LocalVariableDeclarationStatement: [final] Type VariableDeclarators ; Statement: Block if ParExpression Statement [else Statement] for ( ForInitOpt ; [Expression] ; ForUpdateOpt ) Statement while ParExpression Statement do Statement while ParExpression ; try Block ( Catches | [Catches] finally Block ) switch ParExpression { SwitchBlockStatementGroups } synchronized ParExpression Block return [Expression] ; throw Expression ; break [Identifier] continue [Identifier] ; ExpressionStatement Identifier : Statement Catches: CatchClause {CatchClause} CatchClause: catch ( FormalParameter ) Block SwitchBlockStatementGroups: { SwitchBlockStatementGroup } SwitchBlockStatementGroup: SwitchLabel BlockStatements SwitchLabel: case ConstantExpression : default: MoreStatementExpressions: { , StatementExpression } ForInit: StatementExpression MoreStatementExpressions [final] Type VariableDeclarators ForUpdate: StatementExpression MoreStatementExpressions ModifiersOpt: { Modifier } Modifier: public protected private static abstract final native synchronized transient volatile strictfp VariableDeclarators: VariableDeclarator { , VariableDeclarator } VariableDeclaratorsRest: VariableDeclaratorRest { , VariableDeclarator } ConstantDeclaratorsRest: ConstantDeclaratorRest { , ConstantDeclarator } VariableDeclarator: Identifier VariableDeclaratorRest ConstantDeclarator: Identifier ConstantDeclaratorRest VariableDeclaratorRest: BracketsOpt [ = VariableInitializer] ConstantDeclaratorRest: BracketsOpt = VariableInitializer VariableDeclaratorId: Identifier BracketsOpt CompilationUnit: [package QualifiedIdentifier ; ] {ImportDeclaration} {TypeDeclaration} ImportDeclaration: import Identifier { . Identifier } [ . * ] ; TypeDeclaration: ClassOrInterfaceDeclaration ; ClassOrInterfaceDeclaration: ModifiersOpt (ClassDeclaration | InterfaceDeclaration) ClassDeclaration: class Identifier [extends Type] [implements TypeList] ClassBody InterfaceDeclaration: interface Identifier [extends TypeList] InterfaceBody TypeList: Type { , Type} ClassBody: { {ClassBodyDeclaration} } InterfaceBody: { {InterfaceBodyDeclaration} } ClassBodyDeclaration: ; [static] Block ModifiersOpt MemberDecl MemberDecl: MethodOrFieldDecl void Identifier MethodDeclaratorRest Identifier ConstructorDeclaratorRest ClassOrInterfaceDeclaration MethodOrFieldDecl: Type Identifier MethodOrFieldRest MethodOrFieldRest: VariableDeclaratorRest MethodDeclaratorRest InterfaceBodyDeclaration: ; ModifiersOpt InterfaceMemberDecl InterfaceMemberDecl: InterfaceMethodOrFieldDecl void Identifier VoidInterfaceMethodDeclaratorRest ClassOrInterfaceDeclaration InterfaceMethodOrFieldDecl: Type Identifier InterfaceMethodOrFieldRest InterfaceMethodOrFieldRest: ConstantDeclaratorsRest ; InterfaceMethodDeclaratorRest MethodDeclaratorRest: FormalParameters BracketsOpt [throws QualifiedIdentifierList] +( MethodBody | ; ) VoidMethodDeclaratorRest: FormalParameters [throws QualifiedIdentifierList] ( MethodBody + | ; ) InterfaceMethodDeclaratorRest: FormalParameters BracketsOpt [throws QualifiedIdentifierList] ; + VoidInterfaceMethodDeclaratorRest: FormalParameters [throws QualifiedIdentifierList] ; ConstructorDeclaratorRest: FormalParameters [throws QualifiedIdentifierList] MethodBody QualifiedIdentifierList: QualifiedIdentifier { , QualifiedIdentifier} FormalParameters: ( [FormalParameter { , FormalParameter}] ) FormalParameter: [final] Type VariableDeclaratorId MethodBody: Block

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