Write EBNF descriptions for a Java class definition header statement. Rewrite the BNF of Example 3.4 to give + precedence over * and force + to be right associative.

Answer to the following questions:

  1. What arguments can you make for the idea of a single language for all programming domains?
  2. What arguments can you make against the idea of a single language for all programming domains?
  3. What are the arguments for writing efficient programs even though hardware is relatively inexpensive?
  4. Outline the major motivation of IBM in developing PL/I.
  5. Languages continually evolve. What sort of restrictions do you think are appropriate for changes in programming languages? Compare your answers with the evolution of FORTRAN.
  6. Write EBNF descriptions for a Java class definition header statement.
  7. Rewrite the BNF of Example 3.4 to give + precedence over * and force + to be right associative.
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Chapter 4 discusses Business Rules. For the 5 tables you are working on please establish business rules for each of the tables and columns. For example and using the EmployeeID….