Compiler Tutorial : Part IV

Submitted on: 1/7/2015 12:37:00 PM
By: coder banna (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 3 Users
Compatibility: Borland C++
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     This is the IV part Of my compiler tutorial...if no encouragement will be given to me or no mails then this is the last installment....if u will support me than i will go furthur

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				this is an expression parser supporting language like
expr a = 120
expr b = 10
expr result = a / b
expr mul = a * b
expr add = a+b
expr anon = a*b+10-2
print a
print b
print result
print mul
print add
print anon
our expression parser is an recursive decent parser and output is an easy assembly...a assembly simulator is also given with it for answer checking.....

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