Proj5 - EXP gets renamed to UEXP Compilation Since we don’t use any non-Java source files anymore it’s easiest to use ‘ javac-g.java ’

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Project 5: Intermediate Code CSC 4351, Spring 2011 Due: 15 April 2011 Implement the translation to intermediate code as described on p. 178 in the textbook. You only need to modify classes Translate.Translate and Translate.IfThenElseExp . Do not follow the description of ‘a simpler Translate ’ in the book. Since classes Ex , Nx , and Cx are already provided, it’s straightforward to generate good intermediate code. Environment and Support Files For working on this lab, change the environment variable PROJ in your .profile file to chap7 . As usual, you can find support code in ${TIGER}/${PROJ} . There are some updates to the files in the Frame , Mips , and Semant packages. The Tree package contains all the tree node classes. Unfortunately, there’s a name clash for Windoze users between the classes Tree.Exp and Tree.EXP . I’ll make a copy of the class files available in which
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Unformatted text preview: EXP gets renamed to UEXP . Compilation Since we don’t use any non-Java source files anymore, it’s easiest to use ‘ javac -g * .java ’ manually for compiling. For translating an input file test.tig to intermediate code, execute java Translate.Main test.tig You can also still use Parse.Main and Semant.Main . Submission Since there are only two files to modify, you can either submit them individually, or you could submit the entire working directory structure: cd prog5; rm * / * .class; ˜cs4351_bau/bin/p_copy 5 In the README file, provide any information that will help the grader to give you partial credit. Explain what’s implemented and what’s not. Explain important design decisions in your code. 1...
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This note was uploaded on 12/31/2011 for the course CSC 4351 taught by Professor Baumgartner,g during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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