|C compiler : the semantical analysis level firstname.lastname@example.org (Bertrand Mollinier Toublet) (2000-10-12)|
|Re: C compiler : the semantical analysis level email@example.com (Wayne Roberts) (2000-10-15)|
|From:||"Wayne Roberts" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||15 Oct 2000 16:31:38 -0400|
|Organization:||Posted via Supernews, http://www.supernews.com|
The Dragon Book of course. Some also like Allen Holub's book, but you have
to wade through a thousand pages of errata to make any sense of it.
"Introduction to Compiler Construction" by Thomas Parsons makes a good intro
to the Dragon Book. There are also some books that are available online. I
don't have the URLs handy but check the FAQ.
The moderator's book on Lex and Yacc is also a good resource for using those
tools (and their free equivalents).
Bertrand Mollinier Toublet <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I am currently trying to write, using bison and flex, a C
> "compiler". I put compiler between double-quotes because my output is
> not supposed to be executable code, but useful information taken out of
> the parsed C file. I have found a lexical and syntactical definition of
> the C language on the internet (provided by Jutta Degener. Thanks Jutta
> So... now's the difficult part : write the sematical level of the
> parser. I gotta admit, I have absolutely no experience in compiler
> writting, which obviously doesn't help : (
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