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exam1-2005 - COP5621 Exam 1 - Spring 2005 (Please print)...

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COP5621 Exam 1 - Spring 2005 Name: (Please print) Put the answers on these sheets. Use additional sheets when necessary. Show how you derived your answer when applicable (this is required for full credit and helpful for partial credit). You can collect 100 points in total for this exam. A bonus question for an additional 15 points is included. If the total number of points for this exam exceed 100, the excess points are carried over to the next exams. 1. Match the terms below with the given sentences so as to best complete each sentence. Use no term more than once. Some terms will go unused. (10 points) (1) preprocessor (9) lexeme (2) attribute (10) lexical analysis (3) back end (11) syntax analysis (4) front end (12) token (5) nonterminal (13) terminal (6) NFA (14) DFA (7) regular expressions (15) grammar (8) regular de±nitions (16) translation rules (a) The of a compiler produces intermediate code. (b) Syntax errors are detected in the phase of a compiler. (c) In a typical compiler, the of a token of an identi±er is a pointer to the identi±er’s
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course COP 5621 taught by Professor Vanengelen during the Spring '11 term at FSU.

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exam1-2005 - COP5621 Exam 1 - Spring 2005 (Please print)...

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