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University Experience IOI 2002 Yong In, Korea ACM ICPC Regional Manila 2003 ACM ICPC Regional Manila 2004 ACM ICPC Regional Manila 2005 ACM ICPC Regional Kaohsiung 2006 ACM ICPC Regional Singapore 2007 ACM ICPC Regional Jakarta 2008 (ext) ACM ICPC Regional Jakarta 2009 (ext) ACM ICPC Regional Jakarta 2010 ACM ICPC Regional Jakarta 2012 - Problem H (new!) ACM ICPC World Final Tokyo 2007 Google India Code Jam 2005 Google India Code Jam 2006 Indonesia National Contest 2007 Indonesia National Contest 2008 Indonesia National Contest 2010 Facebook Hacker Cup 2011
Source Code Formatter, Painter, and Validation
This is my Computing Theory Project. In this project, I choose to create program that takes an input of a source code (SC) of valid C language (can be compiled one). Then, no matter how miserable the source code is, my program would parse the source code, and reformat it. Meaning that the indentation of the SC will be corrected, the keywords will be colored, and hopefuly will notify every errors that occurs during the parsing.
The algorithm I use is a recursive descent parser. It's a top down parser. Unfortunately, because C language can be quite complex, I cannot guarantee that my program can parse tricky SC. Since sometimes, the error / validity is determined by the syntax, not the parser :O
Additional feature would be : the formatter supports new data types created by "typedef" keyword. My program would be able to allocate this new data type and remember it, so it can color the new data type with different color. WARNING: ALL structure must be defined before it can be used! -> although C compiler allows otherwise.
My program is not full yet. I'm still trying finding bugs.
Note: my program leaves comment as it is. Maybe the comment would look miserable :)