||GH 118 /
|Class Times||T/Th 12:30 - 1:45 PM
Lecture Notes (I make no guarantees about the correctness or usefulness; caveat emptor)
CS 143 at
Stanford University - there is a very nice set of lecture
(you should download JDK 6)
Eclipse IDE (download the latest version)
Ant (needed to build Java code from the command line)
JFlex (a lexical analyzer generator for Java)
CUP (a LALR(1) parser generator for Java)
The Java™ Virtual Machine Specification, 2nd ed (defines the semantics of Java bytecode)
Jasmin (an assembler for Java bytecode)
BCEL - the Byte Code Engineering LIbrary
BCEL API documentation
compilerExample.zip - Example Eclipse project showing how to write a simple JFlex lexer and CUP parser. CUP version 11a and JFlex version 1.4.1 are included in the project, so you should not need any external software installed in order to compile and run it.
calc_partialSolution.zip - Partial solution to Lab 2.
calc_solution.zip - (Almost) complete solution to Lab 2.
calc_ast.zip - Modified version of calculator that builds ASTs and evaluates them
calc_astVisitor.zip - Modified version of calculator that evaluates ASTs using a visitor
calc_codegen.zip - Modified version of calculator that emits "MiniJVM" bytecode instructions (solution to lab 3)
splCompiler.jar - This is my implementation of the SPL compiler. It has a GUI; just double-click on the .jar file.
|Assignment 1: Expression Grammars||n/a||Thursday, February 7th by 11:59 PM|
|Assignment 2: Lexical Analysis||CS496_Assign2.zip||Tuesday, March 4th by 11:59 PM|
|BetterSymbol.java, Main.java, assign3testprogs.zip||Thursday, April 3rd by 11:59 PM|
|Assignment 4: Abstract Syntax Trees||ASTNode.java, ASTNodeType.java, ASTNodeVisitor.java, RecursiveASTNodeVisitor.java, Location.java, Main.java||Thursday, April 17th by 11:59 PM|
|Assignment 5: Semantic Analysis, Code Generation||see the assignment description||Thursday, May 1st by 11:59 PM|
|Feb 12th||Lexical analysis using JFlex||lab1.zip|
|Mar 11th||Parsing using CUP||lab2.zip|
|Apr 8th||Code generation||lab3.zip|