Compiler Construction
Fall 1998
Assignment IV

Due : October 27.

Now that we know how to use the tree-walker routine, let's do something a
little more elaborate. Expand the tree-walker so that arithmetic and logical
expressions are printed in postfix order, and the name of the resulting type
appears next to the operator. For example. given the program:

               procedure test2 is
                  x, y, z : integer := 15;
                  if x > 0 then
                      y := x * z + 1;
                  end if;

The output should be:

            (4)  x 0 > (boolean)
            (5)  x z * (integer) 1 + (integer)

Output should also include the line number at which the expression occurs.