|Help with a project email@example.com (J.E. Marchesi) (2000-06-20)|
|From:||"J.E. Marchesi" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||20 Jun 2000 02:31:40 -0400|
|Keywords:||question, design, comment|
first of all, please sorry for my english (i am spanish). I am a
computing engineer student, and my specialization is the low-level
programming (such as drivers development, bootstrapping and other
issues near of the machines).
To make my routines and lybraries i use C, that is the lowest-level
language that is extended into the high-level languages (yes, really
my english is very bad :)
But i am tired using C, because it is very high-level oriented to make
certain routines or operations commonly used in low-level programming.
Then, i did a language specification named L3, to work with it. L3
is an intermediate language in the middle of C and the assembly
language. It is lower-level than C, and higher-level than assembly
(in fact, L3 = Low Level Language).
I already made a lexical and a grammar specification, and i am using
Flex and Bison to make the scanner and the parser. But i need help.
Please, if someone is interested about this project, send me an
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Very thanks for your patient,
Jose Eugenio Marchesi.
[Everyone I know who's tried such a project eventually decided that C
wasn't all that bad after all. -John]
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