Language translation using PCCTS and C++: a reference guide by Terence John Parr

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A set of library functions is available to support tree manipulations. Transform mode is specified with the SORCERER -transform command-line option. 1. We build top-down parsers with one symbol of lookahead because they are usually sufficient to recognize intermediate form trees because they are often specifically designed to make translation easy; moreover, recursive-descent parsers provide tremendous semantic flexibility. 32 Language Translation Using PCCTS and C++ SORCERER Intermediate Representations and Translation We are often confronted with questions regarding the applicability of SORCERER.

Each rule has an implicit (automatically defined) result tree; the result tree of the start symbol is a pointer to the transformed tree. " to indicate that they should not be automatically linked into the output tree. Portions of, or entire, subtrees may be rewritten. A set of library functions is available to support tree manipulations. Transform mode is specified with the SORCERER -transform command-line option. 1. We build top-down parsers with one symbol of lookahead because they are usually sufficient to recognize intermediate form trees because they are often specifically designed to make translation easy; moreover, recursive-descent parsers provide tremendous semantic flexibility.

Subrule implies that the enclosed elements are optional. In this form, we have preserved the grammatical structure, but have reduced the lookahead requirements. For example, rule term attempts to match alternative one if the input is a number and attempts alternative two if the input is a register. Vocabulary Once the grammatical structure of a language is described, the set of vocabulary symbols called tokens must be specified. Our polynomial language has only six tokens, which are described in Table 1 on page 44.

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