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1 Parsing Lecture 11: Parsing CSC 131 Fall, 2014 Kim Bruce Build parse tree from an expression Interested in abstract syntax tree - drops irrelevant details from parse tree Arithmetic grammar <exp> ::= <exp> <addop> <term> <term> <term> ::= <term> <mulop> <factor> <factor> <factor> ::= ( <exp> ) NUM ID <addop> ::= + - <mulop> ::= * / Look at parse tree & abstract syntax tree for 2 * Recursive Descent Parser Base recognizer (ignore building tree now) on productions: <exp> ::= <exp> <addop> <term> addop (fst:rest) = if fst== + or fst== - then rest else error... exp input = let inputafterexp = exp input inputafteraddop = addop inputafterexp rest = term inputafteraddop in rest or fun exp input = term(addop(exp input));

2 Problems How do we select which production to use when alternatives? Left-recursive - never terminates Rewrite Grammar <exp> ::= <term> <termtail> (1) <termtail> ::= <addop> <term> <termtail> (2) ε (3) <term> ::= <factor> <factortail> (4) <factortail> ::= <mulop> <factor> <factortail> (5) ε (6) <factor> ::= ( <exp> ) (7) NUM (8) ID (9) <addop> ::= + - (10) <mulop> ::= * / (11) No left recursion" How do we know which production to take? Predictive Parsing Goal: a 1 a 2...a n S α... a 1 a 2 Xβ Want next terminal character derived to be a 3 a 3 in First(γ) Need to apply a production X ::= γ where 1) γ can eventually derive a string starting with a 3 or 2) If X can derive the empty string, and also if β can derive a string starting with a 3. a 3 in Follow(X) FIRST Intuition: b First(X) iff there is a derivation X * bω for some ω. 1.First(b) = b for b a terminal or the empty string 2.If have X ::= ω 1 ω 2... ω n then First(X) = First(ω 1 )... First(ω n ) 3.For any right hand side u 1 u 2...u n - First(u 1 ) First(u 1 u 2...u n ) - if all of u 1, u 2..., u i-1 can derive the empty string then also First(u i) First(u 1u 2...u n) - empty string is in First(u 1u 2...u n) iff all of u 1, u 2..., u n can derive the empty string

3 First for Arithmetic FIRST(<addop>) = { +, - FIRST(<mulop>) = { *, / FIRST(<factor>) = { (, NUM, ID FIRST(<term>) = { (, NUM, ID FIRST(<exp>) = { (, NUM, ID FIRST(<termTail>) = { +, -, ε FIRST(<factorTail>) = { *, /, ε Follow Intuition: A terminal b Follow(X) iff there is a derivation S * vxbω for some v and ω. 1.If S is the start symbol then put EOF Follow(S) 2.For all rules of the form A ::= wxv, a.add all elements of First(v) to Follow(X) b.if v can derive the empty string then add all elts of Follow(A) to Follow(X)" Follow(X) only used if can derive empty string from X. Follow for Arithmetic Only needed to calculate for <termtail>, FOLLOW(<exp>) = { EOF, ) <factortail> FOLLOW(<termTail>) = FOLLOW(<exp>) = { EOF, ) FOLLOW(<term>) = FIRST(<termTail>) FOLLOW(<exp>) FOLLOW(<termTail>) = { +, -, EOF, ) FOLLOW(<factorTail>) = { +, -, EOF, ) FOLLOW(<factor>) = { *, /, +, -, EOF " FOLLOW(<addop>) = { (, NUM, ID Not needed" FOLLOW(<mulop>) = { (, NUM, ID Predictive Parsing, redux Goal: a 1 a 2...a n S α... a 1 a 2 Xβ Want next terminal character derived to be a 3 Need to apply a production X ::= γ where 1) γ can eventually derive a string starting with a 3 or 2) If X can derive the empty string, then see if β can derive a string starting with a 3.

4 Building Table Need Unambiguous Put X ::= α in entry (X,a) if either - a in First(α), or - e in First(α) and a in Follow(X) Consequence: X ::= α in entry (X,a) iff there is a derivation s.t. applying production can eventually lead to string starting with a. No table entry should have more than one production to ensure it s unambiguous, as otherwise we don t know which rule to apply. Laws of predictive parsing: - If A ::= α 1... α n then for all i j, First(α i) First(α j) =. - If X * ε, then First(X) Follow(X) =. See ArithParse.hs Laws of predictive parsing: - If A ::= α 1... α n then for all i j, First(α i) First(α j) =. - If X * ε, then First(X) Follow(X) =. 2nd is OK for arithmetic: - FIRST(<termTail>) = { +, -, ε - FOLLOW(<termTail>) = { EOF, ) - FIRST(<factorTail>) = { *, /, ε - FOLLOW(<factorTail>) = { +, -, EOF, ) no overlap Nonterminals ID NUM Addop Mulop ( ) EOF <exp> <termtail> <term> <facttail> <factor> <addop> 10 <mulop> 11 Read off from table which production to apply

5 Table-Driven Stack-based Parser Alternatives to Recursive Descent Parsers Start with S \$ on stack and input \$ to be recognized. Use table to replace non-terminals on top of stack. If terminal on top of stack matches next input then erase both and proceed. Success if end up clearing stack and input Show with ID * (NUM + NUM)\$ Another alternative More Options LR(1) parsers -- bottom up, gives right-most derivation. Also stack-based. YACC is LR(1). ANTLR is LL(1). k in LL(k) and LR(k) indicates how many letters of look ahead are necessary -- e.g. length of strings in columns of table. Compiler writers are happiest with k=1 to avoid exponential blow-up of table. May have to rewrite grammars. Parser Combinators - Domain specific language for parsing. - Even easier to tie to grammar than recursive descent - Build into Haskell and Scala, definable elsewhere Talk about when cover Scala

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