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Everything You Need to Know About Grammar and Language Workbook Grade 7 Answer

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Lectures Week Date Content 1Aug 23Zoom recordingPassword: M$3M90SHSlides:Goals; course learning outcomes; project teams; grading;postmortem assessment report; overview of the compilationprocess; compiler as translator; other forms of translation; Pascal tutorialsAug 25Slides:It's all about translation; conceptual design; major partsof compilers, converters, and interpreters; compilers vs. interpreters; three Java packages; syntax diagrams;how to scan for tokens; basic scanning algorithm;test the scanner; current character vs. next character;consume characters and tokensSample code: 2Aug 30Zoom recordingPassword: 2tJtUS$r Slides: Assignment #2; Pascal statement syntax diagrams; expressions; operator precedence; control statements; REPEAT statement syntax; parse tree design and operations; building a parse tree; test the parser; parse tree nodes; printing parse treesSep 1Slides:Building the parse tree with parser methods; handlingsyntax errors; the symbol table and its entries; a hack; a simple interpreter; what is "run time"; using the parse tree and symbol table at run time; another hack;parse tree visit methodsSample erroneous code: HelloErrors-1.txt HelloErrors-2.txt 3Sep 6Zoom recordingPassword: xi+%44!NSlides:Simple interpreter; visiting parse nodes during run time; REPEAT statement; LOOP subtree; evaluating expressions; Assignment #3; WHILE statement; IF statement and the dangling ELSE; FOR statement; CASE statementSep 8Slides:Assignment #3; maximum munch; anexecutor improvement; syntax and semantics; options for error recovery; top-down recursive descent parsing;accomplishments so far; temporary hacks; a DFA scannerDFA SimpleDFAInput.txt 4Sep 13Zoom recordingPassword: F$Zer7J@Slides: BNF; grammars and languages; derivations and productions; EBNF; compiler-compilers; ANTLR 4; ANTLR lexer; ANTLR grammar file; Java main programs; on the command line; Eclipse ANTLR plug-inANTLR example:Expr.g4 input.txt error.txtSep 15 Slides: What does ANTLR do for us?; ANTLR workflow; ANTLR parse trees; syntax error handling; resolving ambiguities; visitor interface; interface ExprVisitor; base visitor class ExprBaseVisitor; labeled production rules; interface ExprLabeledVisitor; base class ExprLabeledBaseVisitor; class ExecutorANTLR 5Sep 20Zoom recordingPassword: *iZ1=sj5Slides: Pcl4 grammar; package structure; Pcl4 visitor interface; Pcl4 base visitor class; class Executor; Assignment #4; declarations; constant definitions; simple type definitions; array type definitions; record type definitions; variable declarations; declarations and the symbol table; scope and the symbol table stackSep 22 Slides: Scope and the symbol table stack; nested scopes; scope of record fields; class Symtab; class SymtabStack; class SymtabEntry; Pascal declarations; grammar file Pcl5.g4; declarations and the symbol table; type specification attributes; class TypespecANTLR 6Sep 27 Zoom recordingPassword: Wu%V69$%Slides:Multipass compilers; type declaration structures;multidimensional array; cross-reference listing;predefined scalar types; type checking; assignment and comparison compatible; type checking expressions;class TypeChecker; visit methods for type definitions; new fields for parse tree nodes; Pcl6ANTLR example:Pcl6.zipSep 29 Slides:Pascal.g4; pass 3 uses node info from pass 2; runtime memory management; symbol table stack vs. runtime stack;stack frame; access to nonlocal variables; runtime display; recursive calls; allocate a stack frame; runtime error checking; Pascal interpreterANTLR 7Oct 4 Zoom recordingPassword: 5^d09*a& Slides: Grammar for a variable; type check a variable; grammar for a procedure or function definition; symbol table entry for a procedure or function; grammar for procedure and function calls; type check a call; source-level debugger; debugger command language; backend converter to a different language; convert Pascal's REPEAT statement; Assignment #5Oct 6 Slides:On writing compilers; language conversion challenges:subscripts, nested routines, local data, parameters;review for the midtermMidterm review questions 8Oct 13slidesInterpreter, converter, compiler; targetmachines; Java Virtual Machine (JVM) architecture; JVMruntime stack and stack frame; Jasmin assembler;Jasmin assembly instructions: shortcuts, local variables,load and store, arithmetic, other instructions; code templates; compilation strategy; Jasmin datatypedescriptorsMidterm solutions 9Oct 18Zoom recordingPassword: 3+^MWC%LSlides:Example conversion of Pascal to Java;program fields; code template for the main method;loading and storing a program variable's value; codefor procedures and functions; compiling local variables;generating code for expressions; comparing integer valuesand other datatypes; What Would James Gosling Do?;Jasper; relational expressions; load and store tipsOct 20Slides:Code templates: assignment statements, if statements,looping statements; Newton's square root function; FORstatement; select template; CASE statement; proceduresand functions; code: main program, function, call afunction; Assignment #6 10Oct 25Zoom recordingPassword: sDH9.u8tSlides:Calling methods on objects; invokestatic vs. invokevirtual; code for println() and printf()Oct 27 Slides:Resource acquisition is initialization (RAII); Pascal arrays; code generation for arrays and subscripts; allocate memory for scalar arrays; access an element of a 2-D array; subscripted variables; allocate memory for non-scalar arrays; 1-D array of strings; 2-D array of strings; code for records and fields; passing parameters; runtime libraries 11Nov 1Zoom recordingPassword: QS0m@v^QSlides:backend compiler architectureNov 3Slides:Code generation; instruction selection; registerallocation; data flow analysis; instruction scheduling; code optimization: safety, profitability, constant folding, constant propagation, strength reduction, dead code elimination, loop unrolling, common subexpression elimination; debugging and optimizing compilers; compiling object-oriented languagesCode optimization example: Unoptimized.pas Unoptimized.j Optimized.j 12Nov 8Zoom recordingPassword: =Vvu+W0DSlides:Static and dynamic scoping; runtime memory management; Java command-line arguments; heap management;garbage collection algorithms: reference counting,mark and sweep, stop and copy, generational;aggressive heap management; garbage collection researchNov 10Slides:Passing parameters: Java and C++; pass by reference: C++,Java hack; runtime libraries; library example; projectpresentations schedule; example projectPass-by-reference examples: ObjectRef.cpp ScalarRef.cpp ReferenceHack2.javaRuntime library example: LibraryTest.j 13Nov 15Zoom recordingPassword: =@b5W$vHSlides:Interactive source-level debugger; a GUI-based debugger; integrated development environment (IDE); interprocess communicationNov 17Slides:Context-free and context-sensitive grammars; top-down andbottom-up parsers; shift-reduce parsing; yacc and lexExample grammar: calc.l calc.y 14Nov 22Zoom recordingPassword: BD7d*%%&Slides:Project survey questions; syntax-directed translation;attribute grammars; LL(1) and LR(0) parsers; FIRST andFOLLOW sets; three-address code; data-flow analysis;JavaCC

  • Course Learning Outcomes (CLO) CLO 1: Develop a scanner and a parser for a programming language.

  • CLO 2: Perform syntactic and semantic analyses of source programs.

  • CLO 3: Generate symbol tables and intermediate code for source programs.

  • CLO 4: Develop an interpreter with an interactive symbolic debuggerthat executes a source program in a suitable runtime environment.

  • CLO 5: Design the grammar for a programming language and feed it into a compiler-compiler.

  • CLO 6: Develop a compiler that translates a source program into executable machine code.

  • CLO 7: Use the ANTLR 4 compiler-compiler tools.

  • CLO 8: Engineer a large, complex software application.


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