At this point, let's go back to the file we had previously built that parses control constructs. Remember those little dummy procedures called Condition and Expression? Now you know what goes in their places!
I warn you, you're going to have to do some creative editing here, so take your time and get it right. What you need to do is to copy all of the procedures from the logic parser, from Ident through BoolExpression, into the parser for control constructs. Insert them at the current location of Condition. Then delete that procedure, as well as the dummy Expression. Next, change every call to Condition to refer to BoolExpression instead. Finally, copy the procedures IsMulop, IsOrOp, IsRelop, IsBoolean, and GetBoolean into place. That should do it.
Compile the resulting program and give it a try. Since we haven't used this program in awhile, don't forget that we used single-character tokens for IF, WHILE, etc. Also don't forget that any letter not a keyword just gets echoed as a block.
which stands for “IF a=b X ELSE Y ENDIF”.
What do you think? Did it work? Try some others.