|A novice in compiler construction wants feedback email@example.com (Marcus Johansson) (2009-09-03)|
|Re: A novice in compiler construction wants feedback firstname.lastname@example.org (Derek) (2009-09-04)|
|Re: A novice in compiler construction wants feedback email@example.com (Marcus Johansson) (2009-09-05)|
|Re: A novice in compiler construction wants feedback firstname.lastname@example.org (Bart) (2009-09-05)|
|From:||"Marcus Johansson" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Sep 2009 16:27:00 +0200|
|Posted-Date:||03 Sep 2009 13:11:30 EDT|
In real life I work as programmer at a company that produces casual download
games. But for a year or so I've spent my friday nights on writing my own
little programming language. It's just a simple BASIC style thing, but I'm
still kind of proud of it since I had no experience in compiler construction
before I wrote the very first line of code. The compiler translates the
source code into an assembler-like instruction set and then adds these
instructions to an executable file that interprets itself (is there a name
for this technique?).
But why am I writing? I guess I simply want some feedback, since I have no
one to discuss this kind of work with. The compiler can be downloaded from
naalaa.webs.com/naalaa.zip. It comes with an editor with syntax highlithting
and some example code. And, yeah, it's for windows.
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