Qbasic 'CHatGPT' RPN generated code

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Utahraptor118
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Qbasic 'CHatGPT' RPN generated code

Certainly! Here's an example of a Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) expression evaluator implemented in QBasic:

```qbasic
DECLARE FUNCTION EvaluateRPN (rpnExpression\$) AS SINGLE

INPUT "Enter an RPN expression: ", expression\$
result = EvaluateRPN(expression\$)
PRINT "Result: "; result

FUNCTION EvaluateRPN (rpnExpression\$) AS SINGLE
DIM stack(100) AS SINGLE
stackTop = 0

tokens\$ = SPLIT(rpnExpression\$, " ")

FOR EACH token\$ IN tokens\$()
SELECT CASE token\$
CASE "+"
operand2 = stack(stackTop)
operand1 = stack(stackTop - 1)
result = operand1 + operand2
stackTop = stackTop - 1
stack(stackTop) = result

CASE "-"
operand2 = stack(stackTop)
operand1 = stack(stackTop - 1)
result = operand1 - operand2
stackTop = stackTop - 1
stack(stackTop) = result

CASE "*"
operand2 = stack(stackTop)
operand1 = stack(stackTop - 1)
result = operand1 * operand2
stackTop = stackTop - 1
stack(stackTop) = result

CASE "/"
operand2 = stack(stackTop)
operand1 = stack(stackTop - 1)
result = operand1 / operand2
stackTop = stackTop - 1
stack(stackTop) = result

CASE ELSE
stack(stackTop) = VAL(token\$)
stackTop = stackTop + 1
END SELECT
NEXT token\$

EvaluateRPN = stack(0)
END FUNCTION
```

To use this program, you would input an RPN expression when prompted, such as "2 3 +" or "5 2 * 3 -". The program will evaluate the expression and print the result.

Note that this is a simple implementation for demonstration purposes, and it assumes that the RPN expression is well-formed and contains only valid operators and operands. In a real-world application, you would need to include error handling and additional input validation.
Utahraptor118
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Re: Qbasic 'CHatGPT' RPN generated code

Certainly! Here's an example of a Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) expression evaluator implemented in QBasic, capable of handling order of operations with parentheses:

```qbasic
DECLARE FUNCTION EvaluateRPN (rpnExpression\$) AS SINGLE
DECLARE FUNCTION IsOperator (token\$) AS INTEGER
DECLARE FUNCTION GetPrecedence (operator\$) AS INTEGER

INPUT "Enter an RPN expression: ", expression\$
result = EvaluateRPN(expression\$)
PRINT "Result: "; result

FUNCTION EvaluateRPN (rpnExpression\$) AS SINGLE
DIM stack(100) AS SINGLE
DIM operators\$(100)
stackTop = 0
operatorsTop = -1

tokens\$ = SPLIT(rpnExpression\$, " ")

FOR EACH token\$ IN tokens\$()
IF IsOperator(token\$) THEN
WHILE operatorsTop >= 0 AND GetPrecedence(operators\$(operatorsTop)) >= GetPrecedence(token\$)
operator\$ = operators\$(operatorsTop)
operatorsTop = operatorsTop - 1

operand2 = stack(stackTop)
stackTop = stackTop - 1
operand1 = stack(stackTop)
stackTop = stackTop - 1

SELECT CASE operator\$
CASE "+"
result = operand1 + operand2
CASE "-"
result = operand1 - operand2
CASE "*"
result = operand1 * operand2
CASE "/"
result = operand1 / operand2
END SELECT

stackTop = stackTop + 1
stack(stackTop) = result
WEND

operatorsTop = operatorsTop + 1
operators\$(operatorsTop) = token\$

ELSEIF token\$ = "(" THEN
operatorsTop = operatorsTop + 1
operators\$(operatorsTop) = token\$

ELSEIF token\$ = ")" THEN
WHILE operatorsTop >= 0 AND operators\$(operatorsTop) <> "("
operator\$ = operators\$(operatorsTop)
operatorsTop = operatorsTop - 1

operand2 = stack(stackTop)
stackTop = stackTop - 1
operand1 = stack(stackTop)
stackTop = stackTop - 1

SELECT CASE operator\$
CASE "+"
result = operand1 + operand2
CASE "-"
result = operand1 - operand2
CASE "*"
result = operand1 * operand2
CASE "/"
result = operand1 / operand2
END SELECT

stackTop = stackTop + 1
stack(stackTop) = result
WEND

IF operatorsTop >= 0 AND operators\$(operatorsTop) = "(" THEN
operatorsTop = operatorsTop - 1
END IF

ELSE
stackTop = stackTop + 1
stack(stackTop) = VAL(token\$)
END IF
NEXT token\$

WHILE operatorsTop >= 0
operator\$ = operators\$(operatorsTop)
operatorsTop = operatorsTop - 1

operand2 = stack(stackTop)
stackTop = stackTop - 1
operand1 = stack(stackTop)
stackTop = stackTop - 1

SELECT CASE operator\$
CASE "+"
result = operand1 + operand2
CASE "-"
result = operand1 - operand2
CASE "*"
result = operand1 * operand2
CASE "/"
result = operand1 / operand2
END SELECT

stackTop = stackTop + 1
stack(stackTop) = result
WEND

EvaluateRPN = stack(0)
END FUNCTION

FUNCTION IsOperator
Utahraptor118
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Re: Qbasic 'CHatGPT' RPN generated code

DIM SHARED code\$
DIM SHARED token\$

' Main program
CLS
INPUT "Enter code: ", code\$
PRINT
token\$ = GetToken()
WHILE token\$ <> ""
SELECT CASE token\$
CASE "PRINT"
PrintStatement()
CASE ELSE
PRINT "Invalid statement: "; token\$
END SELECT
token\$ = GetToken()
WEND
END

' Lexical Analysis: Get next token
FUNCTION GetToken\$()
DIM SHARED codePos
DIM SHARED length
DIM SHARED token\$
token\$ = ""
WHILE codePos <= length AND MID\$(code\$, codePos, 1) = " "
codePos = codePos + 1
WEND
IF codePos <= length THEN
WHILE codePos <= length AND MID\$(code\$, codePos, 1) <> " "
token\$ = token\$ + MID\$(code\$, codePos, 1)
codePos = codePos + 1
WEND
END IF
GetToken\$ = token\$
END FUNCTION

' Code generation: Print statement
SUB PrintStatement
DIM SHARED codePos
DIM SHARED length
DIM SHARED token\$
DIM SHARED expression\$
expression\$ = ""
WHILE codePos <= length AND MID\$(code\$, codePos, 1) <> ";"
expression\$ = expression\$ + MID\$(code\$, codePos, 1)
codePos = codePos + 1
WEND
codePos = codePos + 1
PRINT "MOV AH, 9"
PRINT "LEA DX, " + expression\$
PRINT "INT 21h"
PRINT "MOV AH, 2"
PRINT "MOV DL, 10"
PRINT "INT 21h"
END SUB
Utahraptor118
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Re: Qbasic 'CHatGPT' RPN generated code

Translating a high-level language like QBasic into x86 assembly code specifically for a 286 processor is a complex task that involves multiple stages such as lexical analysis, parsing, semantic analysis, code generation, and optimization. Creating a complete 286 assembly translator in QBasic is beyond the scope of a single response.

However, I can provide you with a basic example of a QBasic program that translates a subset of QBasic statements into equivalent assembly instructions compatible with the 286 processor. Keep in mind that this is a simplified example and doesn't cover all QBasic features or error handling.

```qbasic
DIM SHARED qbasicCode\$
DIM SHARED assemblyCode\$

' Main program
CLS
INPUT "Enter QBasic code: ", qbasicCode\$
PRINT
assemblyCode\$ = TranslateToAssembly(qbasicCode\$)
PRINT "Translated Assembly Code:"
PRINT assemblyCode\$
END

' Translate QBasic code to assembly (286)
FUNCTION TranslateToAssembly (qbasicCode\$) AS STRING
DIM SHARED codePos
DIM SHARED length
DIM SHARED token\$
DIM SHARED assemblyCode\$
codePos = 1
length = LEN(qbasicCode\$)
WHILE codePos <= length
token\$ = GetToken()
SELECT CASE token\$
CASE "PRINT"
assemblyCode\$ = assemblyCode\$ + TranslatePrintStatement()
' Add more cases for other QBasic statements
CASE ELSE
PRINT "Invalid statement: "; token\$
END SELECT
WEND
TranslateToAssembly = assemblyCode\$
END FUNCTION

' Lexical Analysis: Get next token
FUNCTION GetToken\$()
DIM SHARED codePos
DIM SHARED length
DIM SHARED token\$
token\$ = ""
WHILE codePos <= length AND MID\$(qbasicCode\$, codePos, 1) = " "
codePos = codePos + 1
WEND
IF codePos <= length THEN
WHILE codePos <= length AND MID\$(qbasicCode\$, codePos, 1) <> " "
token\$ = token\$ + MID\$(qbasicCode\$, codePos, 1)
codePos = codePos + 1
WEND
END IF
GetToken\$ = token\$
END FUNCTION

' Translate PRINT statement to assembly (286)
FUNCTION TranslatePrintStatement\$()
DIM SHARED codePos
DIM SHARED length
DIM SHARED token\$
DIM SHARED expression\$
expression\$ = ""
WHILE codePos <= length AND MID\$(qbasicCode\$, codePos, 1) <> ";"
expression\$ = expression\$ + MID\$(qbasicCode\$, codePos, 1)
codePos = codePos + 1
WEND
codePos = codePos + 1
TranslatePrintStatement\$ = "MOV AH, 9" + CHR\$(13, 10) +
"LEA DX, " + expression\$ + CHR\$(13, 10) +
"INT 21h" + CHR\$(13, 10) +
"MOV AH, 2" + CHR\$(13, 10) +
"MOV DL, 10" + CHR\$(13, 10) +
"INT 21h" + CHR\$(13, 10)
END FUNCTION
```

In this example, we have a basic QBasic code translator that generates assembly instructions compatible with a 286 processor. The structure is similar to the previous example, with additional considerations for the 286 processor's instruction set and addressing modes.

Keep in mind that this is a simplified example, and translating an entire language into assembly code requires a more sophisticated approach