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# csc402-ln006 - Intermediate Representation(IR Our simple...

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Intermediate Representation (IR) Our simple, syntax directed interpretation scheme that we worked out for the exp1 language, where we computed values for expressions as soon as we recognized them in the input stream, will fail with more complex languages. Let’s extend exp1 with conditional and unconditional jump instructions and call the language exp1bytecode Please read Chap. 4 in the Patterns Book.

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Exp1bytecode Language Design Four new statements: stop ; jumpT exp label ; jumpF exp label ; jump label ; Note : exp is an integer expression and is interpreted as false if its value is zero otherwise it is true The notion of a labeled statement: E.g., lab3: store x (- x 1) ; jumpT x lab3; Two new operators: =, =<, that return 0 when false otherwise they will return 1. Lastly, we also allow for negative integer constants: -2, -12
Exp1bytecode prog : (labelDef? stmt)+ ; labelDef : NAME ':' ; stmt : 'print' exp ';' | 'store' lhsvar exp ';' | 'jumpT' exp label ';' | 'jumpF' exp label ';' | 'jump' label ';' | 'stop' ';' ; exp : '+' exp exp | '-' exp exp | '*' exp exp | '/' exp exp | '=' exp exp | '=<' exp exp | '(' exp ')' | rhsvar | NUM ; label : NAME ; lhsvar : NAME ; rhsvar : NAME ; NAME : ('a'. .'z'|'A'. .'Z')('a'. .'z'|'A'. .'Z'|'0'. .'9')* ; NUM : '-'? ('0'. .'9')+ ;

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Exp1bytecode Here is a simple example program in this language: // this program prints out a // list of integers store x 10 ; L1: print x ; store x (- x 1) ; jumpT x L1 ; stop ; Problem: in syntax directed interpretation all info needs to be available at statement execution time; the label definition is not available at jump time. Answer: we will use an IR to do the actual interpretation.
Syntax directed interpretation exp returns [int value] : '+' e1=exp e2=exp { \$value = \$e1.value + \$e2.value; } | '-' e1=exp e2=exp { \$value = \$e1.value - \$e2.value; } | '(' e=exp ')' { \$value = \$e.value; } | rhsvar { \$value = \$rhsvar.value; } | NUM { \$value = Integer.parseInt(\$NUM.text); } ; lhsvar returns [String name] : NAME { \$name = \$NAME.text; }; rhsvar returns [int value] : NAME { Integer v = (Integer)memory.get(\$NAME.text); if (v == null) { \$value = 0; } else { \$value = v.intValue(); } } ; // lexical rules NAME : ('a'. .'z'|'A'. .'Z')('a'. .'z'|'A'. .'Z'|'0'. .'9')* ; NUM : '0'. .'9'+ ; In our simple expression interpreter we saw that all the info was available at expression execution.

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Syntax directed interpretation prog : ( labelDef? stmt)+ ; labelDef : NAME ':' ; stmt : 'print' exp ';' | 'store' lhsvar exp ';' | 'jumpT' exp label ';' | 'jumpF' exp label ';' | 'jump'
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## This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course CSC 402 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '09 term at Rhode Island.

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