|Compiler Design in C How about it? firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-05-30)|
|Re: Compiler Design in C How about it? email@example.com (Preston Briggs) (1990-06-01)|
|Re: Compiler Design in C how about it? rice@DG-RTP.DG.COM (Brian Rice) (1990-06-01)|
|Re: Compiler Design in C How about it? firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Henderson) (1990-06-04)|
|Re: Compiler Design in C How about it? email@example.com (1990-06-04)|
|Re: Compiler Design in C How about it? firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-06-05)|
|Re: Compiler Design in C How about it? napi@rangkom.MY (1990-08-07)|
|From:||Brian Rice <rice@DG-RTP.DG.COM>|
|Date:||Fri, 1 Jun 90 23:51:24 GMT|
In article <1990May31.email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org (Edwin van Ek) writes:
> Can anyone give me an unbiased opinion about the book Compiler Design in C
> by A. Holub. ...
I bought the book when it first became available (about two and a half months
ago, if my memory serves me). I like it O.K.--it explains things in a way
which I can understand (I'm not a compiler scholar), and the example programs
are detailed and interesting. And, of course, knowing that the author has an
e-mail address and reads comp.compilers is a big plus.
However, I really wish I had waited a few months to buy the book. The copy I
have has a whole lot of typographical errors...not only are the errors
distracting, but also I feel like a sucker for having forked over my US$50 for
the book before Prentice- Hall bothered to run a spelling-checker over the
God willing, they might have done so by now.
Brian Rice email@example.com (919) 248-6328
DG/UX Product Assurance Engineering
Data General Corp., Research Triangle Park, N.C.
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