The assignment should be returned to the instructor by email.
Your submission will have the form of a UNIX archive created with
the UNIX command tar.
This archive will have a structure similar to those of the example
archives available on the course web site.
More precisely, a src directory will contain your flex/lex and yacc source programs,
a test directory will contain your test files, a Makefile
will define the targets and a README will explain these targets.
Moreover, your answers to the assignment questions (that are not
computer programs) will be made in a file
In addition, you could have a bin directory for binaries
(as in the course example archives) and a ps directory
for postscript versions of computer programs (this is
convenient to print them!).
The computer programs of this assignment are all
input files for the flex/lex and yacc program,
together with C program or header files.
The preferred version of flex/lex is flex version 2.5.4.
- which may be a text file, or a postscript file or a pdf file
(No other formats are allowed. Moreover,
I recommend that you generate your postscript and pdf files
under a recent UNIX/Linux distribution.)
- and which will be placed in a doc directory.
Your Makefile must work under Linux (with a recent
distribution) or under a UNIX system of the GAUL network.
You can reuse the Makefile of the archive yacc.tar.gz
from the course web site. Note that this Makefile was developed
with bash under Red Hat 7.3 (Linux) and using GCC version 2.96.
Your README must specify which UNIX system you are using (Linux or SunOS)
and which shell (command language interpreter) you are
using (tcsh or bash).
For the compilation options of flex/lex and yacc
please refer to the Makefile of the archive yacc.tar.gz.