|compiler implementation firstname.lastname@example.org (2002-12-11)|
|Re: compiler implementation email@example.com (2002-12-19)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (ujjwal bhoota)|
|Date:||11 Dec 2002 22:27:55 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||11 Dec 2002 22:27:55 EST|
I am interested in building a compiler for a language like C,
because this is probably the best way I think to get a feel of how a
compiler actually work. I have read scanning, parsing and
intermediate-code-generation part from Aho book but I dont think that
I can build a compiler from that knowledge.
Could any one suggest me how should I go about it. Is there any good
book for my perpose?
As I think I have 2 choices..(1)I use lex and yaac (2)I dont use
I am more biased towards choice (1) because firstly it will keep me
away from detail of scanning and parsing(which I suppose are very
general concepts) and will allow me to concentrate more on
core-compiler concepts and secondly it will speed up implementation.
But this is just my guess, and I need your suggestion.
[If you can get a copy of Holub's book, it contains the complete annotated
source code for a subset C compiler written in C, along with tools similar
to lex and yacc. -John]
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