Question

Convert the following set of BNF rules to a single EBNF rule.

<E> --> <E> + <T> | <E> - <T> | <T>

Q2) Briefly explain how the **expected
type** and **actual type** of <expr>

in the following two BNF rules are determined:

<assign> --> <var> = <expr> (Rule 1) <expr> --> <var> + <var> (Rule 2)

Answer #1

**1)**

**2)**

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Job
Arrival Time
Burst (msec)
Priority
A
0
6
3 (Silver)
B
1
2
1 (Diamond)
C
3
5
3 (Silver)
D
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3
4 (Bronze)
E
7
2
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