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CMPSC 160 Translation of Programming Languages Project Introduction
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First of all Write down your Name Address Major (CS, CE, Exchange student...)
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Who am I Ivan Bocic /: Ih-van Botzich :/ or just Bo [email protected] M W 13:00-14:00 @ Phelps 1413
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Something to know Milestone Percentage Time Success rate Difficulty Project 1 5% Week 2 86% * * Project 2 10% Week 4 82% * * Midterm 25% Week 5 76% * * * * Project 3 10% Week 6 87% * * * Project 4 15% Week 8 88% * * * Final 25% Week 10 95% * Project 5 10% Week 11 59% * * * * * This is from last year. Subject to change! You will be informed with plenty of advance, don't worry
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Something to know Discussion section: Short! Projects: Need a lot of work Continuous - don't fall behind! Tested using testcases
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Projects Calculator (Project 1) Simple Compiler Lexical and Syntax analysis (Project 2) Abstract Syntax Tree (Project 3) Type Checking and Semantics (Project 4) Code Generation (Project 5)
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Project 1 - Calculator Goal: Write a simple parser Input: Expressions Output: Parse tree (or error msgs) Evaluation? extra credits
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Projects 2..5
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