Assigned: Friday, February 16, 2001 Due: Friday, February 23, 2001
Form of the assignment: This is primarily a written assignment, rather than a programming assignment. I consider it important for you to be able to deal with both the theory and practice of compilers.
Collaboration: You should feel free to discuss the assignment, possible solutions, and possible errors in those solutions with your colleagues. However, each student should turn in his or her own set of solutions to these problems. If you discuss the assignment with others, make sure to cite them at the top of you assignment.
Do problems 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.16, 3.17, 3.18, and 3.21.
For extra credit and extra learning, try problems 3.28, 3.34, and 3.35.
Turning it in
Turn in your answers to Rachel. Your answers may be hand-written and hand-drawn (if your handwriting and drawing are legible) or typeset.
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