A compiler for Pseudocode written in python
PsPse is a interpreted compiler for teaching purposes.
- Compile codes in AS-Level Computer Science Syllabus
- Portable with no environemt requirements
- Available in Windows and Linux
- Continuously developing
I am a senior high student learning A2 Computer Science currently, and I am new to compilers. Feel free to raise issues or contribute.
Pseudocode is used to express ideas without truly writing code. However,
- AS-Level has specific grammar for this language
- AS-Level International Test marks based on the grammar
- There is no compiler for it, and there is no way to test it or execute it.
As a result, there is a clear need to write such compiler, also as a project of mine for interest. :smirk:
First, Clone the repo in terminal:
git clone https://github.com/HankelBao/PyPse
Now, you will have the PyPse folder in your current path. CD to PyPse/bin/ and you will have
pypse.exe under the folder.
If you are using Windows,
If you are using Linux,
If you see the Hello World! message showing up just like the demo, you are ready to go!
Remember, you should always use
pypse.bin for linux and
pypse.exe for windows.
Pseudocode File ends in .pse, so you should create a file with such extension for execution.
Write your own pseudocode and execute it!
- [ ] Warnings and Errors
- [ ] Full types support
- [x] INT
- [x] REAL
- [x] STRING
- [x] BOOL
- [ ] More...
- [x] Declaration
- [x] Arrays
- [ ] Dicts
- [x] Custom Types
- [x] Debug Block
- [x] Assign
- [x] Output
- [x] Input
- [x] IF...
- [x] WHILE...
- [x] REPEAT...
- [x] FOR...
- [x] Procedure...
- [x] CALL...
- [x] FUNCTION...
- [x] RETURN...
- [x] CASE...
- [ ] More Features...
If you want to see the debug info for the compiler, call the command with --debug
.\pypse.exe ..\test\test.5.pse --debug
Feel free to report issues and make contributions
Spread it around your classes if you also find the need for such a compiler!
Thanks for your support.
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