Please follow these guidelines, produced by Tadashi Hirata, the TA for this course, during 2006-07 spring.
Lab 4 is available. It has several parts. The first is due 16 April 2008, the remainder are due 30 Apr 2008.
Lab 3 is available. Part 1, which involves no programming, is due Wednesday 5 March 2008. Parts 2 and 3 are due two NYU weeks later, Wednesday, 26 March 2008.
Lab 2 is available. It is due Wednesday, 27 February 2008.
Lab 1 is available. It is due Wednesday 6 February 2008.
The final exam will be on wednesday 7 May from 5pm to 6:50pm.
A practice final is here. I also posted an OS practice final here. Naturally the questions are not appropriate for this course, but the exam does illustrate the format of my exams. Note specifically that you write your answers on the question sheet itself.
Answers to the practice final are here.
This sheet will be handed out at the final. It contains the details of computing FIRST and FOLLOW sets, and the Predictive Parsing and SLR tables.
Your labs should be sent via email to Pierre Franquin, the TA
assigned to the course.
His email address is pierref AT cs DOT nyu DOT EDU.
Please follow the guidelines mentioned above and include the
following as the Subject: of your message
compilers-lab#-lastName, where # is replaced by the number of
the lab and lastName is your last name in lower case.l