Lexical Analysis - Identifier Token



A token that has a name is called an identifier.



Consider the following programming expression:

sum = 3 + 2;

Tokenized in the following table:

Lexeme Lexeme type
sum Identifier
= Assignment operator
3 Integer literal
+ Addition operator
2 Integer literal
; End of statement

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