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Building a Programming Language: Part II (Adding Conditions, Loop and Blocks to BrainLess)

, 11 Oct 2013
In this article, we will discuss implementing conditional statements, loops and blocks.
Author : Shakti Misra
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#include "VMInterface.h"
#include "TapeMachine.h"
#include "Lexer.h"
#include <map>
#include <string>
using namespace std;

typedef map<string, ulong> symTable;
/*This class starts the interpretation of the instructions. This will find out the meaning and interprete.*/
class Interpreter
    Lex m_lex;//We will need a lexer to get the tokens from the source file
    TapeMachine<ulong, IOInterface, TAPE_SIZE> m_tapeVirtualMachine;//We will interprete the meaning of the above tokens and we will invoke the proper function in the VM
    const string m_sFileName;
    symTable m_funSymTable;

    Interpreter(string sFileName, string sTokenFile = ""):
      void compareWithNext();
      void compareWithNextBoolean();
      void IFBlock();
      void Sentence();
      void Block();
      void DOLoop();
      void interpreteScript();
      void intDisplayContent();

    bool isBlankOrNull(const char*);



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India India
I like to explore different aspects of technology. Try new things, and get delighted. My interests are programming language, and Imaging. But its not hard to work on other things also. Algorithms delight me over a coffee break.

I basically code in C++, but JAVA is not so alien for me. I know few scripting languages also. Basically I feel that knowing a programing language is just a matter of getting introduced to it.

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