A universal compiler system based on production rules Article DOI:
Cite this article as: Dömölki, B. BIT (1968) 8: 262. doi:10.1007/BF01933436 Abstract
This paper describes a compiler system which makes use of production rules for the translation. The source language syntax is defined in terms of a phrase structure grammar. Semantic rules are provided by an extension of the production rules, and special symbols are introduced for this purpose. Recognition of symbol strings is facilitated by a special syntactic filter routine. An example of a simple macro compiler is given to illustrate the basic concepts of the system.
Key words Compiler phrase structure grammar production rules filter macro syntax semantics References
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