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Errors violating the condition ‘any variable must be declared before its use’ are detected during semantic analysis. Why cannot it come under syntax analysis? Does declaration not fall under Syntax?
asked Jul 14 in Compiler Design GreyMatter 7 points 20 views
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I know that for inherited attributes, the evaluation order is left to right depth first and for synthesized top down or post order. In case of L-attributed SDT, having both synthesized and inherited attributes, in what order translation takes place? How top ... bottom up parsers will differ in carrying out these translation when both type of attributes are present?Please explain with an example.
asked Jul 31, 2020 in Compiler Design Lovejeet Singh 5 points 12 views
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#include <stdio.h> void main() { int h = 8; int b = h++ + h++ + h++; printf("%d\n", h); } Will this code be considered as undefined as the ‘+’ has no sequence points unlike ‘,’ or we will get some result following the precedence table?
asked Jul 20, 2020 in Programming abhi_sasuke 5 points 34 views
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I have a L-attributed SDT, having both synthesised and inherited attributes.Why is it said that this SDT must be solved using depth first, left to right manner?Because its OK for inherited attributes, but synthesised attributes .they need all their children ... , whose answer is not satisfactory.https://cs.stackexchange.com/questions/86183/how-do-we-evaluate-semantic-actions-in-l-attributed-sdt
asked Apr 19, 2020 in Compiler Design ayush3298 5 points 26 views
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