California State University Stanislaus
CS 4300: Compiler Theory
Welcome to CS 4300, Compiler Theory
course will introduce you to the principles of the design, evaluation,
and implementation of compiler theory. This includes lexical,
syntactic, and semantic
analyses and syntax directed translation of programming languages,
symbol table construction, error diagnostics, and code
generation. In addition to learning the theory, students will construct
a compiler for a subset of the C++ programming language.
Announcements and Upcoming Events
Welcome to CS 4300!
||I have added a Mac Executable
version of the quadruples virtual machine below
You are welcome to work fully on the Macs if you prefer
When you download the executable vmq, you will need to modify the permissions to run it:
chmod 755 vmq
||Wednesday and Thursday Office
Hours this week are cancelled due to RSCA Week - please contact me for
an appointment if you need to see me.
Come see the posters at the event center on Wednesday and Thursday!
Textbooks are Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and
Tools, by Aho, Sethi, and Ullman ( known as the dragon book)
lex & yacc by Levine, Mason, and Brown (O'Reilly)
Instructor: Dr. Melanie Martin Office: Demergasso-Bava Hall 276
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Phone: (209) 667-3787
Web Page: www.cs.csustan.edu/~mmartin
Best way to contact Dr. Martin:
Email email@example.com Please put "CS4300" in the subject
line of the email.
Prerequisite: CS 4100
Corequisite: CS 4302
Warning: I reserve the right to make changes to the syllabus
time during the term by announcing them in class and on my web page.
Course Email list: There is
an email list set up for this course. Please join it at your earliest
convenience, since class announcements and discussion may take place on
To sign up, go to: http://majord.csustan.edu
Enter your email address and cs4300-1 as the name of the list.
Academic Honesty: The work you do for this course will be your own, unless otherwise specified. You are not to submit other people's work and represent it as your own. I consider academic honesty to be at the core of the University's activities in education and research. Academic honesty is expected at all times in this course.Cell Phone Policy: During class time, your cell phone is to be turned off and out of sight. Any use of a cell phone during class will result in confiscation of the phone until that day's class has ended or your removal from the class for that day. If you attempt to use your cell phone or leave it on during an exam, you will be considered to have finished your test, and I will collect your exam at that time. Exceptions may be made only if you discuss your situation with me prior to the start of that day's class, in this case, your cell phone must be set to vibrate/silence.
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Oct 13, Nov 11, Nov 27, Nov 28, Dec 10.