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   * [[http://​moodle.epfl.ch/​course/​view.php?​id=4241|Moodle Page]]   * [[http://​moodle.epfl.ch/​course/​view.php?​id=4241|Moodle Page]]
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 ===== Staff ===== ===== Staff =====
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 | **Secretary** ​             | [[http://​people.epfl.ch/​sylvie.jankow|Sylvie Jankow]] ​ | | **Secretary** ​             | [[http://​people.epfl.ch/​sylvie.jankow|Sylvie Jankow]] ​ |
  
 +All assignments will be in Scala. If you do not know Scala, please complete these free EPFL Courseware courses as soon as possible:
 +  * [[https://​courseware.epfl.ch/​courses/​course-v1:​EPFL+progfun1+2018_T1/​about|Functional Programming Principles in Scala]] ​
 +  * [[https://​courseware.epfl.ch/​courses/​course-v1:​EPFL+progfun2+2018_T1/​about|Functional Program Design in Scala]]
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 +===== Contact Hours =====
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 +  * 2 x 45min lectures: theoretical material
 +  * 2 x 45min exercises: solve problems
 +  * 2 x 45min labs: instructions and help for work on the project
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 +Post any remaining questions on Moodle forum (see link on top of the page); ask us for office hours when needed.
  
 ===== Grading ===== ===== Grading =====
  
-  * 50% Projects +  * 50% **Quiz on 27 November 2019** (individual work, paper and pencil) 
-  * 50% Quiz+  * 50% Projects:  
 +    - interpreter 
 +    - lexical analyzer 
 +    - syntax analyzer 
 +    - name analyzer 
 +    - type checker 
 +    - code generator 
 +    - build and present your own compiler extension 
 +    - Present your compiler extension concept: the final week 
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 +For the project you build a compiler in Scala, based on our templates. The first six parts are done individually and are worth 6.25% whereas the final part (own compiler extension) is done in groups of up to 3 students and is worth 12.5%. We have an automated grading system and also provide feedback based on manual source code review. 
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 +===== SCHEDULE ===== 
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 +**First class: Wednesday 18 September at 8:15am in the classroom INF213.** 
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 +==== Week 01, September 16 ==== 
 + 
 +Please note the unusual schedule the first week. The second week schedule is more typical. 
 + 
 +| Monday ​    | NO CLASSES | 
 +| Wednesday ​ | [[https://​docs.google.com/​presentation/​d/​1reGj-CjQ7u5m9ov5z9aj6RU7eVNDWdcQjfLOsoxJc74/​edit?​usp=sharing|Lecture 01]] in INF 213 |  
 +| Thursday ​  | Labs 01 in INF 119 (**always bring own laptops**) | 
 + 
 +Wikipedia articles: 
 +  * [[wp>​Programming language]] 
 +  * [[wp>​Syntax (programming languages)]] 
 + 
 +You may also wish to check the [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=_C5AHaS1mOA|Gobble Gook]] video, which relates the subtle difference between compilers and interpreters to the familiar everyday situation of landing on an alien planet.
  
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