|Language Design 81282ed9a88799d21e77957df2d84bd6514d9af6@myhashism (Billy Mays) (2011-07-18)|
|Re: Language Design firstname.lastname@example.org (Roberto Waltman) (2011-07-18)|
|Re: Language Design email@example.com (Srinivas Nayak) (2011-07-18)|
|Re: Language Design firstname.lastname@example.org (2011-07-19)|
|Re: Language Design email@example.com (Andreas Zwinkau) (2011-07-20)|
|Re: Language Design firstname.lastname@example.org (mac) (2011-07-23)|
|Re: Language Design email@example.com (Christophe de Dinechin) (2011-07-23)|
|[8 later articles]|
|From:||Billy Mays <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Mon, 18 Jul 2011 16:16:10 -0400|
|Organization:||Aioe.org NNTP Server|
|Keywords:||design, question, comment|
|Posted-Date:||18 Jul 2011 17:11:51 EDT|
I am trying to design a programming language for a simple processor
(16 bit, ~10 instructions, 16 registers). I am not sure what a
language actually needs in order to be more useful than pure assembly,
but is also reasonable to implement.
I had originally tried to make a RPN style language where the language
is purely stack based, but I realized it wouldn't be Turing complete.
I'd rather not just re implement C or other commonly used languages,
but I'm having a hard time coming up with something I'd actually want
Any advice for a newbie?
[Rather than trying to invent yet another language, I'd retarget some existing 16 bit
C compiler. -John]
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