Exam II will be handed out in class and is available online in both ps and pdf for your test-taking convenience.
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The theory of language recognition and translation is introduced in support of compiler construction for modern programming languages. Topics include syntactic and semantic analysis, symbol table management, code generation, and runtime libraries. A variety of parsing methods is covered, including top-down and bottom-up. Machine problems culminate in the course project, for which students construct a working compiler.
Prerequisites for this class: CS102G, CS201, and CS241 (or equivalent).
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