|Scripting question email@example.com (PatG) (2002-09-25)|
|Date:||25 Sep 2002 23:49:14 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||25 Sep 2002 23:49:14 EDT|
I want to create my own script language, or an interpreted language
like java, not java-script.. So i've been surfing around searching for
tutorials, but have only found some compiler tutorials. Anyhow there
is some things I need to get cleared before I continue, and that is,
are opcodes and bytes codes the same? I mean; let's say I write a file
1 0, 1
where 1 is opcode OP_SET and the 0 is the memory address and the 1 the
value I wanted it to be set to. Is this the same as bytecodes or is
this something entirely different?
If this is correct, would it then be a good idea to write a script
language that you compile into these opcodes, and then you run the
opcodes(bytecodes?) in the virtual machine, or am I off?
Hmm.. well I guess thats all i want cleared out, so thanks in advance.
[Yes, those are byte codes, and it's quite common to translate langauges
into bytecodes and then interpret the bytes. The virtmach mailing list
that I host discusses the design and implementation of virtual machines
including the byte code variety. -John]
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