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Let’s Build a Compiler

By Crenshaw, Jack W.

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Title: Let’s Build a Compiler  
Author: Crenshaw, Jack W.
Language: English
Subject: Developing Language, Programming, Programming
Collections: Online Programming Books
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Publisher: Online Programming Books


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Description: This is a “learn-by-doing” series. In the course of the series I will be performing experiments on a computer. You will be expected to follow along, repeating the experiments that I do, and performing some on your own. I will be using Turbo Pascal 4.0 on a PC clone. I will periodically insert examples written in TP. These will be executable code, which you will be expected to copy into your own computer and run. If you don’t have a copy of Turbo, you will be severely limited in how well you will be able to follow what’s going on. If you don’t have a copy, I urge you to get one. After all, it’s an excellent product, good for many other uses!

Table of Contents
TOC : Introduction - Expression Parsing - More Expressions - Interpreters - Control Constructs - Boolean Expressions - Lexical Scanning - A Little Philosophy - A Top View - Introducing “Tiny” - Lexical Scan Revisited - Miscellany - Procedures - Types - Back To The Future - Unit Construction.


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