Re: HLL design

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From: "" <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 24 Oct 2006 17:34:08 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
References: 06-10-08006-10-089
Keywords: design, performance
Posted-Date: 24 Oct 2006 17:34:08 EDT

fermineutron wrote:
> Thank you everyone that replied. It will probaby take me a while to
> process everything that has bess posted so far. Ill post again soon.
> Another question is this:
> If I do decide to write the new language, do you think that writing a
> compiler into asm be the better bet or will translating variables into
> C structures and handling everything on the level of C language be
> good enough? Natureally then there would be a need do use a C compiler
> to actually produce the exe file.
> [Depends on whether your data structures are ones that C can
> represent. If one stack and no garbage collection are adequate, C
> should work fine. -John]

Fermineutron, greetings.

I'd suggest that you follow the common maxim and optimise the 10% of
the code that is run 90% of the time

instead of just willy-nilly(TM, technical term) optimising.

enjoy, keep us posted!

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