The Ultimate Compiler Design for 2023 Module 2
What you’ll learn
Understand LR(1) and LALR(1) parsers clearly.
Understand each phase functionalities clearly.
Understand transfermation of parse tree to machine code.
The Ultimate : Compiler Design – Module – 2 required.
_______________________________________________________________|**** Visit my website for better offers in instructor profile. ****|————————————————————————–Welcome to the course “The Ultimate : Compiler Design – Module – 2”.Objective:The Objectives of this course is to explore the principles, algorithms, and data structures involved in the design and construction of compilers. Topics include context-free grammars, lexical analysis, parsing techniques, symbol tables, error recovery, code generation, and code optimization.Outcome: After completion of this course each student will implement a compiler for a small programming language.Who this course is for:Academic Students.Interview Preparation Persons.Competitive Exam Preparation Aspirants.Anyone interested in Compiler Design.Those who want to become a highly paid coding developer.Those who want to open up doors in your IT career by learning one of the world’s most popular and in-demand programming.Important information before you enroll!If you find the course is not useful for your career, don’t forget you are covered by a 30-day money back guarantee.Once enrolled, you have unlimited, 24/7, lifetime access to the course (unless you choose to drop the course during the first 30 days).You will have instant and free access to any updates I’ll add to the course – video lectures, additional resources, quizzes, exercises.You will benefit from my full support regarding any question you might have.Check out the promo video at the top of this page and some of the free preview lectures in the curriculum to get a taste of my teaching style and methods before making your decisionSo,Come and join me, I assure you that you will have the best learning experience of compiler Design.
Section 1: Phase II : Bottom Up Parsers – CLR(1) Grammars.
Lecture 1 CLR(1) Grammar : Introduction
Lecture 2 CLR(1) Grammar : Closure(I) and Goto()
Lecture 3 CLR(1) Grammar : Example – 1
Lecture 4 CLR(1) Grammar : Example – 2
Lecture 5 CLR(1) Grammar : Example – 3
Lecture 6 Conflicts in CLR(1) : SR and RR Conflicts.
Lecture 7 CLR(1) Grammar : Example – 4
Lecture 8 CLR(1) Grammar : Example – 5
Lecture 9 CLR(1) Grammar relation with LL(1), LR(0) and SLR(1) Grammars.
Section 2: Phase II : Bottom Up Parsers – LALR(1) Grammars.
Lecture 10 LALR(1) Grammar : Example – 1
Lecture 11 LALR(1) Grammar : Example – 2
Lecture 12 Relation among LL(1) , LR(0), SLR(1), CLR(1) and LALR(1) Grammars.
Lecture 13 Operator Grammar
Section 3: Phase III : Syntax Directed Translation
Lecture 14 SDT : Introduction.
Lecture 15 SDT : Functions
Lecture 16 Annotated Parse Tree
Lecture 17 Types of Attributes
Lecture 18 Example 1 – Counting number of paranthesis.
Lecture 19 Example 2 – SDT to Evaluate the Algebraic Expression.
Lecture 20 Example 3 – SDT to Convert Infix Notation to Postfix Notaiton.
Lecture 21 Example 4 – SDT for Type Checking.
Lecture 22 Example 5 – SDT for Constructing Abstract Syntax Tree (AST).
Lecture 23 Directed Acyclic Graph.
Lecture 24 Types of SDT’s
Lecture 25 Note : Types of SDT’s
Lecture 26 Example : Constructing SDT
Lecture 27 Example : Constructing SDT
Section 4: Phase IV : Intermediate Code Generation.
Lecture 28 Introduction and Types
Lecture 29 Three Address Code
Lecture 30 Three Address Code : Representation
Lecture 31 Three Address Code : Example 1
Lecture 32 Three Address Code : Example 2
Lecture 33 Three Address Code : Example 3 – Loop
Lecture 34 Three Address Code : Example 4 – Loop and Array
Lecture 35 Three Address Code : Quadruples
Lecture 36 Three Address Code : Triples
Lecture 37 Three Address Code : Indirect Triples
Lecture 38 Three Address Code : Quadruples, Triples, Indirect Triples.
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