Compiler Construction: A Recursive Descent Model

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Presents the principles and techniques involved in compiler design and construction based on recursive descent syntax analysis. Covers the Model compiler, source handling, compiler structure, syntax theory, semantic analysis for Model, forms of object code, and data representation. Numerous appendices give code for a lexical, syntax, and semantic analyzer. For undergraduate and graduate students of computer science and information technology. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Preface
1 Introduction 1
2 The Model compiler 6
3 Communicating with the user 24
4 Source handling 29
5 Compiler structure: analysis and generation 39
6 Syntax theory 42
7 Lexical analysis 54
8 Syntax analysis 69
9 A recursive descent analyzer 85
10 Syntax error recovery 97
11 Semantic table organization 107
12 Semantic table contents and usage 137
13 Semantic analysis for Model 150
14 The code generation interface 165
15 Forms of object code 182
16 Data representation 191
17 Allocating and accessing data storage 210
18 Object code generation 242
19 Run-time error checks and diagnostics 291
Bibliography 302
App. 1 Definition of Model 306
App. 2 Target machine definition 321
App. 3 Host environment interface 323
App. 4 Source handler 327
App. 5 Lexical analyzer 331
App. 6 Syntax analyzer 335
App. 7 Syntax analyzer with error recovery 343
App. 8 Semantic table (1) 354
App. 9 Semantic analyzer 360
App. 10 Code generation interface 375
App. 11 Semantic table (2) 379
App. 12 Complete analyzer 384
App. 13 Code generator 401
App. 14 Code handler 418
App. 15 Compiler driver 421
App. 16 Target interpreter 425
Index 433
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