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4) The execution of an elaboration function is a sequence of actions. The actions involve objects from the objects given as arguments, and their sequence of actions is the sequence of action of the execution of each of its step in turn. (5) Each step is either simple or composed of other steps. written in the format X ÷ F(A) A simple step is 31 0-17 where X is a new variable, or a pattern containing new variables, or is empty, F is a function name, and A, a list of arguments for F. It expresses that the function F is to be applied to A and that the new variables in X, if any, are to denote the result or components of the result.
The inherited attributes are called "descending", the synthesized ones being either "ascending" or "declared", depending on the way they are used. ) for declared ones. ENV~ in rule (a) below), whereas only the identifier is used if the attribute is attached to the left-hand side nonterminal. DECLA÷, . . ENV÷ ~ ENV~ ° . DECLA÷ De___ff ... DECLA÷ ~ D (c)
Another object allowing to recover the M-object and its dynamic properties. g. locations are described by references which are values. s. are said to have an "effect". The effect of an action changing the dynamic property p of an M-object 0 into v is written p(O) becomes v. 3 PROGRAM ELABORATION (I) The actions which constitute the execution of a program are organized in "sequences of actions". At a given time, several sequences of actions can be executed simultaneously (in parallel); the number of sequences being executed can vary in time (it is dynamic).