|Stack based machine firstname.lastname@example.org (2003-09-14)|
|Re: Stack based machine email@example.com (Derek M Jones) (2003-09-22)|
|Re: Stack based machine firstname.lastname@example.org (Timothy Knox) (2003-09-23)|
|Re: Stack based machine email@example.com (steve) (2003-09-23)|
|Re: Stack based machine firstname.lastname@example.org (Alex McDonald) (2003-09-27)|
|From:||"Alex McDonald" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||27 Sep 2003 13:51:05 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||27 Sep 2003 13:51:05 EDT|
> > Can anyone recommend a good article/book on stack based machine design
> > and implementation. I'm working on writing a compiler for a very small
> > imperative language.
Sorry for the sub-post; my news server didn't see the original, just
If it's stack _machine_ architectures you're interested in, see
http://www.ultratechnology.com/chips.htm; covers Koopman's articles on
several chips, and a variety of others. If it's stack imperative
_language_ architectures, Forth is worth a look (particularly if it's
"very small" or "portable across achitectures" that you need). Good
place to start is http://home.iae.nl/users/mhx/, sections under "A
tribute to this great book by Leo Brodie..." (Starting Forth). To
write your own, see http://zetetics.com/bj/papers/index.html by
Bradford J. Rodriguez. Forth newsgroup at news://comp.lang.forth.
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