07-RecursiveDescent

07-RecursiveDescent - Discussion #7 Recursive Descent...

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Discussion #7 Chapter 10, Section 2 1/12 Discussion #7 Recursive Descent Parsing
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Discussion #7 Chapter 10, Section 2 2/12 Topics Recursive Descent Parsing Use tables to build recursive descent parsers Parse tree construction Project #2 Parsing
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Discussion #7 Chapter 10, Section 2 3/12 Recursive Descent Parsing Consider an arbitrary production S xAySz and assume x is the current (top symbol), i.e.: S x (xAySz, …)
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Discussion #7 Chapter 10, Section 2 4/12 Recursive Descent Parsing (continued…) Make a method for S (indeed, for every non-terminal) as follows: For S xAySz Attempt to read an x from the input. If success, call method A. If success, attempt to read a y from the input. If success call method S. If success attempt to read a z from the input. If success, method S reports success! If any of the above attempts fail, report failure.
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Chapter 10, Section 2 5/12 Recursive Descent Parsing (continued…) Output from each syntactical class is a left-
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