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Compiler Design

A compiler is a program that reads a program written in one language – the source language and translates it into an equivalent program in another language – the target language. The compiler reports to its user the presence of errors in the source program.

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About Compiler Design

A compiler is a program that reviews a program written in one language-- the source language and equates it into a comparable language-- the target language. A compiler discloses to its customer the existence of mistakes in the source program.

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Chapter 1

Chapter-1 Introduction of Compiler and Lexical Analysis(Compiler)

1.1 Introduction of Compiler

1.2 Lexical Analysis

1.3 GATE Questions

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1.1 Introduction of Compiler(Compiler)

1.2 Lexical Analysis(Compiler)

1.3 GATE Questions(Compiler)

Chapter 2

Parsing

2.1 Syntax analysis

2.2 The Role of the parser

2.3 Context free grammars

2.4 Derivations

2.5 Top down parsing

2.6 LL(1) grammar

2.7 LR parser

2.8 SLR parsing

2.9 LALR parsing

2.10 Error handling

2.11 Gate Questions 

Will be available from: 20th August 2019

Chapter 3

Syntax Directed Translation

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Synthesized attributes

3.3 Syntax trees

3.4 Translation schemes

3.5 Top-down translation

3.6 Run time environment

3.7 Gate Questions 

Will be available from: 20th August 2019

Chapter 4

Intermediate Generation

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Three address code 94 Gate Questions

Will be available from: 20th August 2019

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