Principles of Programming Languages


I am teaching CSE340 this summer. I have taught this class for two years –Summer 2015, Fall 2014, Summer 2014, Spring 2014, and Summer 2013. In CSE 340 Principles of Programming Languages we define an structural programming language and implement a compiler for it while studying theoretical foundations for several programming paradigms including formal lexical, syntactic and semantic descriptions, compilation and run-time issues.

Syllabus

Summer 2015

Lessons

Assignments

There are four programming assignments: a Lexical Analyzer, a Parser, a Semantic Analyzer and an Intermediate Code Generator. The four assignments bundled together as a compiler for a custom programming language. An example of the statements supported is shown in the picture below. A GUI is provided to visualize each stage of the compilation process: a token table, a parse tree, a symbol table, and intermediate code; as well as a console (in black background) to display alerts and error messages.

Aditionally, a VM with a GUI is provided to test the execution of the generated intermediate code.

GitHub repository

javiergs/CSE340