- Publisher:Science Research Associates; 2nd edition (1986)
- Pages:504 pages
- Subcategory:Programming Languages
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Compiler construction is relatively hard topic with lot of theory needed to be understood before you can write even the most trivial compiler.
Compiler construction is relatively hard topic with lot of theory needed to be understood before you can write even the most trivial compiler. Regular expressions, finite automata, BNF or attribute grammars are just few things you need to know and known them very well before you can write you own compiler. Many books paying too much attention to theory, but theory itself without many practical examples is nearly useless - especially if you are new in this field. You need examples, very good, thoroughly explained examples and even better source code where theory is transformed into practice
Virtually every problem in compiler construction has a vast number of possible solutions. The overall compiler structure that we shall use in this book is outlined in Figures . through .
Virtually every problem in compiler construction has a vast number of possible solutions. We have restricted our discussion to the methods that are most useful today, and make no attempt to give a comprehensive survey. Examples may be found of virtually all levels of interpretation. Each of these gures describes a single step in the decomposition. The central block of the gure speci es the problem being decomposed at this step.
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The concepts are clearly presented with sampler problems and diagrams to illustrate the concepts
Theory and Techniques of Compiler Construction .
Theory and Techniques of Compiler Construction. It involved about 18 manyears of effort, and therefore figured among the largest programming projects of the time. This serves to simplify the syntax, but is, in practice, indispensible for extending a parser into a genuine translator (Rechenberg and Mössenböck, 1985). The translation process is characterized by the association of a (possibly empty) output with every recognition of a sentential construct.
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