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We define here a programming language called C-Minus (or C—. for short), which is a suitable language for a compiler project, which is more complex than the TINY language in that it includes functions and arrays. It is essentially a subset of C, but is missing some important pieces, hence its name. This appendix consists of five sections. In the first we list the lexical conventions of the language. Including a description of the tokens of the language. In the second, we give a BNF description of each language construct, together with an English description of the associated semantics.

In the third section, we give two sample programs in C—. In the fourth, we describe a Tiny Machine runtme environment for C—. The last section describes a number of programming projects using C – and TM, suitable for a compiler course.


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