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|Date:||14 Sep 2003 17:05:31 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||14 Sep 2003 17:05:31 EDT|
I am contructing a C compiler as student project. I am not sure
whether bytecode is an intermediate language just like three-address
code or abstract syntax trees. Which intermediate language should be
preferred if I want minimal effort in porting the compiler on
different machines. Does bytecode help in a better way.
[When I do bytecode, I generally use a string of reverse polish
operators so I can interpret it with a single simple value stack.
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